City Council


3970 Rocklin Rd, Rocklin, CA 95677

(916) 625-5000

Like many cities, Rocklin operates under the council/manager form of government, which balances a democratically elected city council with the management expertise of an appointed city manager. The council enacts laws and legislative policy, and the city manager, as administrative head of city government, supervises operations and enforces the laws and policies adopted by the council. The City Council are elected positions without term limits. Councilmembers run for staggered four-year terms in the November general election in even-numbered years. The city clerk and city treasurer are appointed positions. The council appoints citizens to the city’s boards and commissions to review city programs, projects, and community issues. Meetings are open to the public; see the agendas and minutes for information on how to attend via Zoom.

Meetings: The City Council holds regular meetings on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. in the Rocklin Event Center, 2650 Sunset Blvd, unless held virtually.

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The former and new mayors of Rocklin discuss the achievements from last year and talk about their plans for this year.

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Scott Alvord, a Roseville councilmember running for Placer County supervisor, says he has sued restauranteur/podcaster Matthew Oliver, complaining that Oliver edited an interview to make him look bad. Oliver, himself a candidate for Rocklin City Council, suggests it's all just a political stunt.

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Former Rocklin planning commissioner David Bass and restaurateur Matthew Oliver are running for a two-year term on the Rocklin City Council. Also: Measure F is 2 percent increase on transit occupancy tax for hotel guests, any future RV parks.

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The Rocklin City Council approved Estia at Rocklin, a 181-unit residential project. Councilmembers voted 3-2 to rezone the 30-acre parcel that Rocklin staff said is one of the last remaining large, commercially zoned properties in the city.

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During its Sept. 27 meeting, the Rocklin City Council will discuss Estia at Rocklin, a proposed 181-unit residential project next to William Jessup University.

Past Members

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Joe Patterson
Term ended: July 1, 2022
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