Publications & Maps

Overview

Publications, Maps and Resources

The following documents and maps are available for review and download by clicking on the document title.  All documents are in PDF format and require Adobe Acrobat Reader. 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding any of these documents or are looking for a document that is not listed here, contact the Planning Division at (916) 625-5160. 
 

The following documents and maps are available for review and download by clicking on the document title.  All documents are in PDF format and require Adobe Acrobat Reader. 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding any of these documents or are looking for a document that is not listed here, contact the Planning Division at (916) 625-5160. 
 

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CITYWIDE DESIGN REVIEW CRITERIA

Photo of Architecture showing Design GuidelinesThe City of Rocklin has adopted Design Guidelines and Criteria that are applicable to specific types of residential and non-residential projects Citywide. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: site planning, building (design, color, materials and articulation), signage (building mounted and freestanding), landscaping, pedestrian amenities, loading facilities, walls, mechanical equipment screening, trash enclosures and small lot residential subdivisions.  

These Guidelines and Criteria are utilized by staff, the Planning Commission and the City Council when reviewing specific development proposals.

Citywide Design Review Guidelines

Architectural Guidelines

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Development Activity Report

Currently the Planning Division is in the process of updating the Development Activity Report with new projects and updated project status information. When the updated version is published, the effective date will be reflected.

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General Plan
City of Rocklin General Plan Documents

General Plan mapThe City of Rocklin General Plan guides physical development of the land and expresses community goals allowing growth to meet community needs, while preserving environmental and historical integrity. 

Adoption of the first General Plan corresponded with the population boom and expansion of business and industry that began in 1974. Becoming popular as a place to live and do business, the City of Rocklin updated the General Plan in 1991 to reflect the diversifying character of the community. The most recent update was in October of 2012.

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North Rocklin Circulation Element & Traffic Study

The North Rocklin Circulation Element (NRCE) consists of a draft circulation system referred to as the Base Circulation Plan plus the Long Range Planning Options. The NRCE also includes all circulation improvement projects that are currently contained in the Rocklin General Plan.

The North Rocklin Traffic Study poses a variety of transportation planning options for community consideration and evaluates the ability, as well as the desirability, of those options to accommodate traffic demands at build-out of the City.