APPLICATIONS CURRENTLY BEING PROCESSED BY THE PLANNING DIVISION OF THE CITY OF ROCKLIN ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
Below is a list of project application requests, displayed in the order in which we received them, and are being processed by the Planning Division. These items have received only a cursory completeness review and have been forwarded to other City Departments and outside Agencies for preliminary review; the information is also available to the public for informational purposes only.
Although the City is contacted daily with questions related to possible future applications there is no project unless and until an application and applicable filing fees have been received by the City. State and local laws require that the City accept and process all applications submitted by legal property owners or their designees that include the appropriate entitlement requests, application materials, and filing fees as set forth in the Rocklin Municipal Code and related supporting documents.
PLEASE NOTE: Projects can change significantly between initial submittal and final approval. For that reason the application review process solicits comments from neighbors and interested parties only after project design has been reconciled with the requirements and regulations of the relevant City, State, and Federal agencies, and utility providers. At that time formal notice is provided to neighbors and other interested parties of the availability of project information, the opportunity to comment on a project, and of any pending review or action.
State law generally requires that notice of projects be provided in two of three ways: (1) publication of a notice in a newspaper of general circulation in the area; (2) Posting of a notice on the proposed project site; or, (3) directly mailing a notice to property owners within 300 feet of a project site. The City of Rocklin has chosen to utilize all three of these options to simultaneously notice each project and additionally posting notices on the City’s website and on a message board in front of City Hall; thereby maximizing the opportunity to make people aware of a proposed project. These notices will be provided at a later date when, and if, a project is ready for consideration and comment.