Code Compliance and Housing Services
The Housing and Code Compliance Division focuses on implementing the Housing Element of the City’s General Plan while working with citizens and property owners to improve or maintain property aesthetics and value.
- No noise on WEEKDAYS before 7 a.m. or after 7 p.m.
- No noise on WEEKENDS before 8 a.m. or after 7 p.m.
Failure to comply with these guidelines may result in an issuance of a Stop Work Order.
When it comes to portable play equipment like basketball hoops, skateboard ramps, and other equipment, the City of Rocklin tries very hard to maintain a balance between safety and recreational availability. All play equipment on city property must conform to Chapter 12.04 of the Rocklin Municipal Code.
The following information is provided in an effort to help you understand some of your property maintenance responsibilities.
The City of Rocklin has developed a proactive program for recreational vehicle parking violations. RVs, trailers, boats and campers must be stored in a garage, a commercial storage facility, or on a solid surface (on private residential property, outside of the front and street side yard setbacks). For information on setback locations for your property, please contact the Planning Division at (916) 625-5160.
Signs placed within the City are regulated by the City of Rocklin Municipal Code’s Sign Ordinance and are enforced by Code Compliance. The Sign Ordinance provides rules and regulations for signs exposed to public view. The intent is to preserve and improve the appearance of the city by keeping the City beautiful and uncluttered.
Rental Assistance to Low-Income Households
Section 8 Housing - The Housing Choice Voucher Program, formerly called Section 8, is funded by the U.S. Housing and Urban Development Department, and managed by local housing authorities.
The housing program provides rental assistance to very low-income households. The household pays approximately 30% of their income towards rent and utilities and the Housing Authority pays the remainder of the costs.
Rocklin’s Housing Choice Voucher Program is through the City of Roseville’s Housing Authority and Placer County’s Housing Authority. For more information or to be added to the waiting list for Rocklin units, please contact the above Housing Authority’s.
The City of Rocklin contains several apartment complexes.
The Apartment Survey is a listing of the apartment complexes in Rocklin. The survey includes locations, rental rates and other useful information to assist in looking for apartment dwellings in the City of Rocklin.
The City of Rocklin also conducts a Senior Housing Apartment Survey
PLEASE NOTE: THERE ARE CURRENTLY NO FUNDS AVAILABLE IN THE PROGRAM AT THIS TIME.
For additional information contact:
Economic & Community Development at (916) 625-5592
Deferred Payment Second Mortgage
The City of Rocklin offers a deferred payment second mortgage to assist low and moderate-income households in purchasing their first home by providing assistance with the down payment.
The Home Repair Program offers low interest loans to repair homes including health and safety hazards, weatherization and space or room addition to alleviate overcrowding. Both single-family homes and multi-family dwellings are eligible for assistance.
Loans Available Now – As Low as 3% Interest
Funding is Limited and on a First Come, First-Serve Basis
Who is Eligible?
There are no emergency shelters or transitional housing facilities located in Rocklin.
Below is a list of shelters and assistance in the surrounding area.
410 Riverside Avenue
Roseville, CA 95678
PO Box 1241
Roseville, CA 95678