Monthly News - Things to Know

Overview

Rocklin Business News
Things to know ...

Stories of interest to businesses and residents are shared in the Business and Development Newsletter, which is emailed monthly to subscribers. Sign up to receive your monthly edition here

Stories of interest to businesses and residents are shared in the Business and Development Newsletter, which is emailed monthly to subscribers. Sign up to receive your monthly edition here

Post

Sierra College, Hacker Lab,  SME Sacramento to Offer Manufacturing Advice

Interested in product design review? Need to make a prototype using 3-D printing? Looking for a local manufacturer for your product? You’re in luck. 

Sierra College Center for Applied Competitive Technologies and Hacker Lab have partnered with SME Sacramento to offer design for manufacturing advice along with access and introductions to local manufacturing resources. The office hours will be staffed by volunteers from the local SME chapter with experience in mechanical engineering, manufacturing engineering, and product life cycle development. 

Post

Small Business Resources to Comply with the ADA

The California Pollution Control Financing Authority recently announced a new CalCAP Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Financing Program. The program will assist businesses with 15 or fewer full-time equivalent employees to finance physical alterations or retrofits to their small business facilities of less than 10,000 square feet for compliance with the federal ADA. 
 
For additional information, please visit the CalCAP/ADA Financing Program website or contact Bianca Smith, the Program Manager, at (916) 653-5408.
 

Post

Highway 65 Interchange Improvement Fee Changes 

The Highway 65 Interchange Improvement Fee charged to all new building construction in Rocklin will undergo an adjustment effective July 1, 2016.
 
A study was conducted over the past year to update traffic pattern information and how the interchanges affect the six designated fee areas. This will cause fees for some areas of Rocklin to decline, while others will increase. The annual adjustments are usually simply tied to inflation. The new costs are indicated on Rocklin’s website at (still need link).