On Jan. 28, 2021, Placer County adopted an ordinance that will restrict overnight parking at some county properties.
This ordinance addresses negative impacts overnight parking have on public, vendor and employee access to county buildings as well as those vehicles being a target for vandalism and present a threat to public safety.
The following County Properties restrict overnight parking:
101 Cirby Hills Drive - Roseville
Cirby Way and Cirby Hills Drive
Dry Creek Open Space - Roseville
Trailhead at Cook Riolo Road
1000 Sunset Boulevard - Rocklin
Sunset Boulevard and Lone Tree Boulevard
3715 Atherton Road - Rocklin
Atherton and Sunset Boulevard
Griffith Quarry Park & Museum - Penryn
7504 Rock Springs Road
Placer County Administrative Center - Auburn
Fulweiler and Nevada Street
Gold Rush Museum - Auburn
601 Lincoln Way
Placer County Government Center - Auburn
Bell/Atwood and First and Richardson; Willow Creek and Hwy 49
Bear River Campground Day Use Area - Colfax
2500 Campground Road
Tahoe Administrative Center - Tahoe City
775 N. Lake Blvd
Jack Pine Public Parking Lot, Jack Pine and North Lake Blvd
Dollar Creek Trailhead - Tahoe City
Firestone property at Village Road
Trailhead at Fulton Crescent Road, Carnelian Bay
Parking will not be allowed between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. unless a permit to do so has been granted. Signage is expected to be in place at most locations by early April.
Once signage is installed, a two-week grace period will be provided
After the grace period, vehicles may be cited or towed
Vehicles parked overnight will receive a warning before being towed.