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General Open Space Management Plan

The City of Rocklin General Open Space Management Plan (GOSMP) was established to conserve and protect jurisdictional waters of the U.S. and State of California, and the functions and values of existing riparian corridors, and adjacent upland habitats within established open space preserves. The City currently owns or manages over 586 acres of open space preserves, including preserves dedicated primarily to the preservation of wetland resources and riparian corridors.