City of Rocklin offices will reopen to the public on Tuesday, May 26, in compliance with the State of California’s Resilience Roadmap allowing office functions to resume where telework is not possible.
The City has implemented key prevention practices recommended by public health authorities to reopen safely and responsibly, including, but not limited to:
- Physical distancing to the maximum extent possible, including installation of protective barriers at front counters and between employee workstations
- Encouraging customers to use face coverings at all times when inside City buildings
- Encouraging employees to use face coverings when interacting with customers and when physical distancing is not possible between employees
- Frequent handwashing and regular cleaning and disinfection of surfaces
- Employee training and information on the elements of the COVID-19 prevention plan
- Posting of recommend behaviors for employees and guests in prominent areas
Customers are asked to conduct as much business as possible with the City online or by phone, but front counters and lobbies will be open during regular business hours. Staffing will be limited as teleworking continues, where possible.
“The health and safety of Rocklin citizens, our employees and the entire community continues to be our highest priority,” City Manager Steve Rudolph said. “City staff have served residents throughout the pandemic and we all look forward to safely increasing our availability to facilitate the important business of our residents, businesses and stakeholders.”