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The Economic Development division helps maintain and grow the County's economic base, which supports a high quality of life for residents, businesses, and tourists within Placer County.
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Environmental Health's mission is to protect the health and safety of the community from potential hazards present in our everyday environment. Food, drinking water, garbage, and sewage and hazardous chemicals, are just some of what we monitor on a daily basis.
Facilities Management plans, constructs, manages and operates Placer County’s buildings, properties, infrastructure and assets to bring value to the Public, maximizing useful life and economic opportunity, through efficient and effective service delivery and prudent fiscal management.
Farm & Home
Learn about Placer County's Farm and Home Advisor program.
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The Flood Control District collaborates with Placer County and its cities to protect lives and property from the effects of flooding.
Health & Human Services
Health and Human Services provides a unified system of quality services to safeguard the health and well-being of the people and animals in our communities.
The Human Resources Department provides high quality human resource services to attract, develop, motivate, and retain a skilled workforce within a supportive environment.
Jarrett Thiessen, Chief Information Officer, oversees the Information Technology Department with a total of 83 staff members. Staff works to cost-effectively provide a wide range of technology services essential for customer departments to efficiently deliver quality and timely support to the citizens of Placer County.
Search the library catalog, renew an item, access your account, get a library card or join us for an event. Discover what's new at the library. Explore programs, events, and services like SummerFest at Your Library and library mobile service.
Local Agency Formation Commission
Each county in the state is required to have a LAFCO. These LAFCOs fulfill their legislative mandate through the consideration and approval or denial of boundary changes proposed by individuals or the local agencies themselves.