The Placer County Planning Commission will hold a public meeting on the Final Subsequent Environmental Impact Report for the county’s proposed Hidden Falls Regional Park Trails Expansion Project on Sept. 24 in North Auburn.
The Board of Supervisors is fully committed to supporting the efforts of the Sheriff’s Office to keeping our community safe - balanced with fiscal responsibility to future generations of Placer County residents.
In preparation of the Nov. 3 general election, the Placer County Elections Office is recruiting election aide temporary positions for county voting centers in North Lake Tahoe.
Strong prices and an increase in planted acreage of rice and walnut crops in Placer County helped drive a 17% increase of total crop value.
Citing a low incidence of COVID-19 and increasing harm caused by California’s reopening framework, the Placer County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a resolution declaring the end of Placer County’s local health emergency.
On Sept. 8, the State of California moved Placer County into the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy ‘red’ tier' - further easing restrictions in the county.
The program will have participants display red flags on red flag warning days, in conjunction with an information campaign on what red flag warnings mean for fire agencies and residents.
Placer County will soon have a familiar face as its new director of Health and Human Services and chief psychiatrist: Dr. Rob Oldham.