Rocklin provides businesses and developers with assistance in the site location/development process including the following:
The City of Rocklin may consider use of a development agreement (DA) for strategic development projects. Development agreements are based on benefits accruing to both parties, the public agency and the developer/business. A principal incentive provided as part of a development agreement is locking in a development entitlement longer than the traditional two years. DAs are negotiated agreements between the private developer/business and the public agency.
Development Fee Estimates
Get estimates on the fees to construct a new building.
Contact: City of Rocklin Building Division
Development Permit Assistance
Meet with development services prior to formally submitting
development plans. Get information on development policies,
procedures, and permitting requirements.
Contact: City of Rocklin Community Development Department
Tax-Exempt Bond Financing for Development Fees and Public
Improvements – This program, known as the Statewide California
Infrastructure Program (SCIP), enables developers to pay
development impact fees or fund public improvements long term (up
to 25 years) at tax-exempt interest rates.
Tax-Exempt Industrial Development Bonds – This program offers qualified manufacturing firms tax-exempt bond financing for purchase of land and construction and/or purchase or manufacturing facilities and manufacturing equipment. The interest rate on these bonds is typically 65 percent to 70 percent of the current prime rate.
Contact: California Statewide Communities Development Authority (CSCDA)
Labor Training and Assistance
Get assistance in obtaining qualified workers, employment
training cost reimbursement and tax credit information.
Contact: The Placer County Office of Economic Development
Utility Rebates and Incentives
Optimizing the energy efficiency of your facility reduces your energy costs. It can earn you incentives and rebates, benefit the environment, and help PG&E manage the cost and supply of energy for everyone.
For certain projects, SPMUD will enable projects with more than 20 equivalent dwelling units (edu’s) to pay their application connection fees over time.
Key components include:
- Single parcel ownership commercial and industrial uses
- Interest rate is 1% over Local Agency Investment Fund Rate (LAIF)
- Deferrals are up to five years
- A property lien is used to secure the deferral
- City of Rocklin must declare project of economic benefit and also agree to defer fees