Planning Commission Workshop on Home-Based Businesses

Learn more about local rules affecting home-based businesses and the City of Folsom’s home occupation permit process. The City of Folsom Community Development Department will hold a workshop with the Folsom Planning Commission to review current rules and determine whether changes are needed. The workshop will be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 5, in the Council […]

New City of Folsom Website Launched

The City of Folsom recently launched its new website, incorporating a fresh and modern look, improved navigation, and new interactive tools.Residents can expect to see a much-improved web experience when visiting the newly redesigned site, including quicker access to information, and a user-friendly interface, especially on mobile devices.The site was designed using feedback from community […]

California Set to Reopen

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that California will fully reopen on June 15 as long as the supply of vaccines is sufficient, and hospitalizations are low. Californians will still need to wear masks, continue risk reduction measures, and will be encouraged to get vaccinated. The color-coded tier system will end.The state will continue contact tracing and […]

Kozlowski, Aquino Selected Folsom Mayor, Vice Mayor

The Folsom City Council selected Mike Kozlowski as mayor and Sarah Aquino as vice mayor at the December 7 special city council meeting. The one-year terms are effective immediately. “I love this city, and I am extremely honored to serve alongside this dynamic group of leaders as Folsom continues to work hard to protect both […]

Pledge to Support Local

Now more than ever, it is important that we support our local Folsom businesses. When we shop locally, we ensure the economic impact of our purchases stays in our community. Shopping locally supports the local economy, promotes a thriving community, and contributes to a high quality of life in Folsom. Dollars you spend in Folsom […]

Sacramento County Returns to Most Restrictive COVID-19 Tier

Due to increasing COVID-19 case rates, the State of California announced today that 11 counties moved back to more restrictive tiers in the state’s coronavirus reopening system, including Sacramento County. Sacramento County moved back into Purple Tier 1, the most restrictive tier in California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, a roadmap for reducing COVID-19 in the state with […]

Capital SouthEast Connector Segment Approved

On October 27, the Folsom City Council approved a construction agreement for a segment of the Capital SouthEast Connector project– a 34-mile expressway linking I-5 and Highway 99 south of Elk Grove to Highway 50 east of El Dorado Hills. This is a major milestone for the project planned by the Capital SouthEast Connector Joint […]

Sacramento Business Journal: Folsom affordable housing project nears groundbreaking (External Link)

Construction should be only weeks away for Parkway Apartments, a 72-unit mixed-income project in Folsom.

Sutter Street to Close for Expanded Weekend Outdoor Dining

Sutter Street will close to motorists the next two weekends to allow restaurants and merchants in the Historic District to expand and welcome more diners and shoppers outdoors in Historic Folsom.  The road closure will take place on the weekends of August 14 – 17 and August 21 – 24, 2 p.m. Friday through 7 […]

Sacramento County Public Health Order Amended, Additional Sectors to Close Indoor Operations

California Governor Gavin Newsom announced July 13 that the California Department of Public Health requires all counties that have been on the COVID-19 Monitoring List for at least three consecutive days to move additional sectors to close indoor operations. Sacramento is one of the 29 counties on list, and the County has amended its Public Health Order to […]