Santa to visit Rocklin with help from firefighters
Once again this year Santa Claus has requested the assistance of the Rocklin firefighters in escorting him through the local non-gated neighborhoods of Rocklin to visit children of all ages. Santa rides atop a fire engine and his helpers pass out candy to all the good boys and girls. This excursion is planned for December 3rd -13th, Monday through Thursday (weather permitting) during the hours of 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Santa has so many houses to visit that he will be unable to stop at each one, but he can't wait to see your smiling faces. Since he will be traveling in a very large fire engine, it will be important that you and your family remain on the sidewalk and not try to approach the vehicle. Also, please leave your pets in the house so as not to frighten Santa's helpers.
It is Santa's intention to visit the southern half of Rocklin on December 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th, and the northern half of Rocklin December 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th. Occasionally inclement weather prevents Santa from making his scheduled rounds.
Please be fire safe throughout the year, and know that Santa and the Rocklin firefighters wish you and yours the very happiest of holidays.
What: Neighborhood Santa Visits
When: December 3rd -13th, Monday through Thursday (weather permitting)
Time: 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Where: Southern Rocklin December 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th; Northern Rocklin December 10th, 11th, 12th, and 13th
For more information call the fire department at 916.625.5300.
Pet Care | Real Estate | Restaurants | Tech | View All | * Add/Upgrade Business
Placer County News HeadlinesRoseville Crime Report Digest Update (1.31.15)Roseville Police Department crime report digest update January 31, 2015.
Rocklin Police Recruits GraduateRocklin Police Recruits John Tannarome and Jonathan Gee graduated from the six-month long Academy at a recent public graduation ceremony in Sacramento.
Family Faces Disability-Related ChallengesOn Christmas Eve 2014, Tommi Mclaughlin of Spearfish, South Dakota, lost her balance because of multiple sclerosis (MS), fell over backwards near the family Christmas tree
California Projects Selected to Boost Solar DeploymentThe Energy Department is awarding more than $14 million in funding for 15 new projects to help communities develop multi-year solar deployment plans to install solar electricity in homes, businesses, and communities.
New California Laws for 2015 (Part 30)New California laws for 2015 part 30 includes civil service, acupuncture, social services, disorderly conduct, pupil health, campaign finance, mattress recycling and more.
50 Days of the Dead: China Cat SunflowerJamming in Winterland 1974 with a version of their psychedelic inspired classic China Cat Sunflower
UC Davis Patient Tests Negative for EbolaState and local public health and hospital officials have confirmed that the patient transported by specialized ambulance and admitted to UC Davis
Beth Gaines Elected to Women In Government BoardAt its 21st Annual State Directors' Conference, Assemblywoman Beth Gaines (R-Roseville) was sworn into the Women In Government 2015 Board of Directors
Suspected Ebola Patient in the Hospital A patient with symptoms consistent with Ebola infection was transferred to UC Davis Medical Center Thursday morning from Mercy General Hospital in Sacramento
Placer SPCA Announces 2015 Board of DirectorsRoseville, CA - The Placer SPCA announced the election of its 2015 Officers and the installation of two new board members.
Project for Homes Overlooking Lake Tahoe WithdrawnA project that sought to build some 112 residential homes on land overlooking Lake Tahoe has been withdrawn from the review process.
Stand Up Placer Receives $10,000 Grant from Wells FargoStand Up Placer received a generous grant award of $10,000 from Wells Fargo. Stand Up Placer is a local non-profit that provides comprehensive services to domestic violence , sexual assault, and human trafficking survivors
NEWS: In Case You Missed It