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2009 Placer County Map Book

The Community Development Resource Agency is pleased to announce the release of the 2009 Placer County Map Book. The Map Book contains updated street and address information, points of interest, city limits and updated streams and rivers. The Map Book emphasizes parcel addresses and streets in unincorporated Placer County, but does contain information within the cities and towns of Placer County.

This year’s release is in digital PDF format. The Map Book is designed to be printed at 11”x17”, preferably in color. The Map Book is available for download only. It cannot be purchased.

While every effort is made to place an address on parcels, it is prohibitive to place an address on all parcels due to the scale of the maps and the geographic extent of the County.

Map Book Part 1 (West Placer County)

Map Book Part 2 (East Placer County)

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