There is an urgent need to address declining forest health in the Sierra Nevada Region
Peaceful time on the pristine trout streams of Placer County
Pacific Crest Trail offers stunning views of Lake Tahoe, gem of the Sierras
Biking, hiking, and equestrian trails in Placer are a breath of fresh air
State of Sierra Nevada
Lake Tahoe Trails
Placer County is special with its breath-taking scenery, rich history, and year-round recreation. This website will help you locate various county services and amenities and you’ll see why more than 360,000 people call Placer County “Home.”
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It's like heaven on earth!
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Property taxes, business taxes, transient occupancy taxes, fines, and financial reports.
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Current headlines for Placer County
County Begins Work on Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness Plan
In September, Placer County’s Office of Emergency Services (OES), partnering with Nevada County, was awarded a $64,000 federal grant to prepare a...
Board Presents Commemorative Coin to Outstanding Lincoln Area Resident
Staff to Return to Board With Additional Information on Road Abandonment Request
The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday instructed County staff to return to the Board at a later date with additional information on a request to...
Update on Placer County Shelter Locations
Update on Placer County Shelter Locations Dec. 11, 2014...
District 1 - Jack Duran
District 2 - Robert Weygandt
Representing Lincoln, Sheridan and portions of Rocklin
District 3 - Jim Holmes
Representing North Auburn, Ophir, Newcastle, Penryn, Loomis and most of Rocklin
District 4 - Kirk Uhler
Representing Granite Bay, portions of Roseville
District 5 - Jennifer Montgomery
Representing the communities from Auburn to North Lake Tahoe