Rocklin is an amazing city – but we have challenges ahead. I am running because I want to make sure Rocklin continues to cherish the values that encouraged us all to move here. That means ensuring the City can continue to provide superior levels of police and fire while also investing in infrastructure projects likes parks and roads. During the course of the next 15-20 years the city is going to be fully “built out” with no where else to grow and I am going to get my hands dirty attracting businesses and residents to help this city thrive. We only get one shot to get this right – if we miss this unique opportunity, we won’t be able to keep paying for all the public services that make our city great.

As a member of the city council, I will advocate for the residents and business who invest in the city. I will work with community organizations that share our vision. I will engage the business community to help build our local economy and increase city revenues without the need to raise city taxes. Equally important is a personal mission of creating a long-lasting, positive partnership with all of our local schools – RUSD, Sierra College, William Jessup, private and charter schools.

Please sign up to endorse me for council, display a sign, host a neighborhood event with me or make a financial contribution.

I appreciate your consideration and it would be an honor to represent and work for you. Don’t hesitate to contact me at anytime via email or cell phone (916-833-0787).

Best,
Joe

Welcome to our new officers!Please join us in welcoming new Officer(s) Nathan Whann and Joseph Lorenzini to the Rocklin Police Department. Officer(s) Whann and Lorenzini were sworn in this morning at City Council Chambers by City Clerk Mona Forster. Be sure and give them a Rocklin welcome if you see them out on patrol. #weloveourcommunity #RocklinPD #Rocklin See MoreSee Less

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Today I was invited to the State Capitol to testify in support of Assemblyman James Gallagher’s #AB322 which would require local governments (like Rocklin) to post ALL campaign finance reports online within 48 hours of receipt.

Prior to joining the city council, I remember actually having to walk into city hall, ask for the binder with the forms… it was very awkward (despite staff being so nice!). Since that time in 2016, my colleagues and I have increased the transparency in the city big time – I commend them for that…. Our campaign finance reports should be available to the public anytime they want to view them.

I am so glad that the City of Rocklin voted to support this measure. While I am sure Rocklin will fully implement the measure – every city should have to post these forms online…. just as state and federal candidates have to. See MoreSee Less

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It was a good City Council meeting. World Down Syndrome Day is 3/21! See MoreSee Less

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I am SOOOO excited about the Rocklin City Council proclaiming 3/21/2019 as World Down Syndrome Day in Rocklin. Tomorrow, we’ll adopt the resolution below and also recognize Rocklin Unified School District’s Unified Sports Program as a great example of inclusion. We’ll be joined by several community members with Down syndrome and also show an inspirational video made by a local ambassador. See MoreSee Less

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An amazing Rocklin group/non-profit doing some really terrific things. Their work is life changing.Got to say Hi and Thank You to the wonderful “wig fitting” team at Sutter today. Our commitment to fully fund the Wig Bank is only possible due to our generous sponsors and golf participants. $10,000 helps provide a lot of wigs for those going through chemotherapy…thank you Sutter for allowing WRCF/Strokes4Hope to be part of the healing for these breast cancer warriors! See MoreSee Less

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