City of Rocklin residents enjoy close proximity to open spaces
and easy access to the shopping, dining, and business amenities
offered by larger cities.
The beauty and sense of nature in Rocklin are, in part, offered
by the juxtaposition of developed and undeveloped spaces, also
called the wildland urban interface. There are over 4,000 acres
of undeveloped land in Rocklin, which can pose an increased fire
risk if all properties are not properly maintained.
The city partners with residents and owners to lower fire risk
through weed abatement, reducing fire fuels, managed grazing and
much more. However, the Rocklin Fire Department is ready to
respond in a fire emergency or rescue situation.
Understanding the need for rapid response times, local Boy Scout
Mansour Brame recently took up the challenge to help the
department clearly mark the many wildland access points in the
City as part of his requirements to become an Eagle Scout.