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City of Rocklin Office Closures for Holidays



The City of Rocklin public offices will be closed from December 24, 2012 through January 1, 2013, as the City conducts its 16th annual holiday furlough. Emergency services will continue to be provided at full staffing levels, however routine services will not be available during this period.

Traditionally, the number of routine calls handled by the City between Christmas and New Year is low. This closure is a cost savings to the City and allows employees the opportunity to spend time with their family and friends. The holiday furlough has been observed successfully for the past 15 years.

The following City offices and buildings will be affected by the closure:

  • City Hall, 3980 Rocklin Road
  • Community Services, 5460 Fifth Street
  • Administration, 3970 Rocklin Road
  • Corporation Yard, 4081 Alvis Court

The Police and Fire Departments will remain fully operational during this period. City of Rocklin phone numbers:
  - Emergencies: 911
  - Non‐emergency public safety situations: Rocklin Police Department 916.625.5400

General information may be obtained by visiting the City's website www.rocklin.ca.us. If you have questions regarding these office closures, please call 916.625.5000.

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