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Article By Alyssa Mielke, City of Rocklin

Run Rocklin Focused on Community

Nearly three thousand people will race near Johnson-Springview Park on April 7 for the 16th-annual Run Rocklin event, with all the proceeds benefitting local charities. Participants can choose the 5k, 12k, or half-marathon option, and there are even two  free kids’ runs.

The focus of Run Rocklin isn’t on athleticism or endurance; rather, the race is a fun and healthy way for people to connect with friends and family and raise money for a good cause.

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Rocklin Ranked 16th-Safest City in California by Safety Website
Rocklin PD Annual Report Also Shows Reduction in Crime

Rocklin continues to be not only one of the safest cities in the region, but in the entire state, based on statistics compiled internally and by national third-party safety organizations.

Rocklin was recently named the 16th-safest city in California by the website SafeWise, which looked at rates of violent crime and property crimes in more than 228 California cities.

Article By Alyssa Mielke, City of Rocklin

Rebranded and Relocated
The Arts Council of Placer County Is Full of Opportunities

The Arts Council of Placer County (ACPC) recently chose the Hacker Lab in Rocklin as their new home, which is fitting: The space is a mesmerizing two floors of worktables, wires, wood, and ingenuity, making up a medley of unique and fascinating works in progress.

ACPC recently rebranded and has been looking for ways to better connect with local artists. This relocation places their main office in a concentrated hub of activity and a more central county location.

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