City of Rocklin General Plan Documents
The City of Rocklin General Plan guides physical development of the land and expresses community goals allowing growth to meet community needs, while preserving environmental and historical integrity.
Adoption of the first General Plan corresponded with the population boom and expansion of business and industry that began in 1974. Becoming popular as a place to live and do business, the City of Rocklin updated the General Plan in 1991 to reflect the diversifying character of the community. The most recent comprehensive update was in October of 2012.
Notable amendments were completed in 2015 to address Urban Levels of Flood Protection (consistent with the Central Valley Flood Protection Act) and to incorporate the 2016 Placer County Local Multi Hazard Mitigation Plan into the Rocklin Community Safety Element by reference. Additionally, the City’s Community Safety Element, as well as, the Community Safety Action Plan and Housing Element were comprehensively updated in 2021.
Established General Plan Amendment Hearing Dates for Calendar Year 2023
State Law requires that amendments to a City or County’s General
Plan can only occur four times per calendar year. Although there
are limits on the number of times the General Plan can be amended
per calendar year, there can be multiple amendments acted upon
In order to better track these actions and provide the development community and the public with reasonable expectations regarding when projects involving General Plan Amendments will be heard, the City of Rocklin has tentatively selected the following dates for Planning Commission and City Council consideration of General Plan Amendments for the calendar year 2023:
March 28, 2023
June 27, 2023
September 26, 2023
December 12, 2023
In order to make each of the respective dates above, project applications would have to have been submitted several months prior to allow for review, preparation of environmental documents, staff reports and resolutions, Planning Commission consideration and recommendation (typically no less than 5 to 6 weeks prior to the City Council hearing date) and legal notice of both the Planning Commission and City Council hearings as required by State law.
In the event that no General Plan Amendments are ready for action on one of the specific dates identified above, the City reserves the right to make adjustments to the calendar to preserve the opportunity for a maximum total of four General Plan action hearings during the calendar year. Projects will be grouped for action in accordance with the timelines identified above or as subsequently modified by the City, when applicable.
Rocklin General Plan
Rocklin General Plan Map
Rocklin General Plan Action Plan Documents
The Rocklin General Plan includes a Housing
Element which describes and analyzes the housing needs of
Rocklin residents and issues confronted by the City.
This Housing Element also outlines the official City response to addressing the community’s housing needs in relation to availability, adequacy, and affordability.