The Finance Department delivers valuable services to the City of Rocklin, including handling and maintaining:
- The general ledger
- Accounts payable and accounts receivable
- Fixed asset records
- Grant performance
The Finance Department also monitors all sources of revenues and maintains the records for 15 Assessment Districts (financing authorities).
Voters approved Proposition 4 in November of 1979, an initiative that added Article XIII B to the California Constitution. This constitutional amendment, also known as the Gann initiative, placed limits on the growth of expenditures for publicly funded programs.
Development Impact Fees are a monetary exaction, other than a tax or special assessment, which is charged by a local governmental agency to an applicant in connection with approval of a development project. The purpose of development impact fees is to finance the design, construction and acquisition of facilities and equipment necessary to accommodate future development within Rocklin.
The following Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) and Audited Financial Statements include the Basic Financial Statements and Independent Auditor’s Report for each report. The information in these statements has not been updated for developments subsequent to the date of the independent auditor’s report.
To help provide for the services and maintenance of public facilities utilized by businesses, the City of Rocklin established an ordinance (5.04.060) that requires every business within the City to be licensed and to pay the business license tax, as set forth in the ordinance.
If you are planning on opening a business located in the City of Rocklin, or doing business within the City’s limits, you must obtain a business license.
Under federal and state law, compliance with disability access laws is a serious and significant responsibility that applies to all California building owners and tenants with buildings open to the public.
This Housing Successor Annual Report (Report) regarding the Low and Moderate Income Housing Asset Fund (LMIHAF) has been prepared pursuant to California Health and Safety Code Section 34176.1 (f).
The purpose of this Report is to provide the governing body of the Housing Successor an annual report on the housing assets and activities of the Housing Successor under Part 1.85, Division 24 of the California Health and Safety Code, in particular Sections 34176 and 34176.1 (Dissolution Law).
Pursuant to Assembly Bills 1X26 and 1484 (“the Bills”), all redevelopment agencies in the State of California were dissolved on February 1, 2012. The Bills authorized certain local agencies (e.g. a city or county) to become the Successor Agency. On January 1, 2012, the Rocklin City Council elected to become the Successor Agency for the former Rocklin Redevelopment Agency.