The City of Rocklin understands businesses large and small are
fighting for their livelihood’s as coronavirus-related
restrictions continue to batter the economy. To offer
assistance, the Rocklin City Council on May 12 approved a program
designed to offer businesses temporary relief from some City
regulations and fees.
With Placer County and Rocklin receiving special clearance by the
state allowing retail, restaurants, some offices, and other
industries to reopen with
restrictions, the program can offer those preparing to
reopen more flexibility, and save money for those awaiting
Business support efforts (through August 31, 2020) include:
- Temporary advertising and promotional signs are now allowed
without a permit. Signs must still be kept on the business’
property, not impede the public right-of-way, or present a safety
- Modification of outdoor dining standards to assist
restaurants in serving customers comfortably and safely. Details
and an online application can be found
- Flexibility regarding late payment of business license taxes.
Interested businesses should contact the City Finance department
for details at (916) 625-5020.
- Waiver of fire safety inspection fees.