Placer County celebrated the completion of the Lower Secline Water Quality Improvement Project in Kings Beach -- a project designed to reduce sediment flow into the lake to improve water clarity.
Placer County Museums is decking the halls at four museums in Auburn and one in Penryn with the nostalgic charm of Christmas past, featuring festive exhibits available for viewing until New Year's Day.
Placer County is moving forward on the first phase of Highway 49 wastewater capacity project to accommodate growth in Auburn. The first phase is expected to break ground in the spring.
On Nov. 14 our board approved a commendation for World War II veteran Dominic Canale. This week, on his 100th birthday, our board and other local dignitaries celebrated with the Canale family in Roseville
The Placer County Board of Supervisors will be holding its next four public meetings of the year (scheduled for Nov. 27, Nov. 28, Dec. 5, and Dec. 12) at the Placer County Government Center in the Community Development Resource Center (CDRC).
The Placer County Board of Supervisors took recent action to adopt an ordinance to rezone 332 parcels of land to comply with the Auburn Municipal Airport’s 2021 Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan
Placer County took another step toward updating its General Plan today as the Board of Supervisors took action to approve a $3.5 million contract with a consultant team headed by PlaceWorks, Inc.
Protecting neighboring homes, businesses, open spaces and forests from wildfire is among our highest priorities. See how our crews are working to reduce fuel loads while promoting forest health maintenance around North Lake Tahoe.
The Placer County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday amended the county’s parking ordinance to strengthen existing parking enforcement and increase countywide parking fine amounts. The changes go into effect Nov. 30.
Seeking to generate economic investment and spur environmentally-beneficial redevelopment in North Lake Tahoe, the Placer County Board of Supervisors approved a set of amendments that would allow revisions to the 2017 Tahoe Basin Area Plan.
Another court hearing was held Oct. 25 for sexually violent predator William Stephenson who is set to be released into Placer County as soon as housing is located. The judge denied Stephenson's request for immediate release into a transient setting.
The Placer County Historical Foundation has proposed for an Auburn home to be placed on the Register of Cultural and Historic Resources. Our Planning Commission recently recommended that proposal for our Board's consideration at a later date.
The Placer County Clerk-Recorder-Elections Office hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony last week to mark the opening of its new location in Rocklin. The facility serves as the primary location for all Placer County Clerk-Recorder and election services.
Placer County has released new pre-reviewed ADU plans to meet current codes. The plans will save property owners thousands of dollars, reduce or eliminate restrictions imposed by homeowners’ associations and will speed up the planning process.