The Placer County Board of Supervisors took action Tuesday to approve a 1,170-acre solar panel facility that will provide power to SMUD customers in west Placer County and showcase how ag and solar can thrive together.
A major winter storm is expected to bring extremely heavy mountain snow, foothill snow, strong winds and widespread rain to Placer County this Thursday through the weekend.
The Placer County Board of Supervisors approved additional funding for expanded mobility options in North Lake Tahoe as transient occupancy tax funds totaling nearly $2.8 million were reinvested into eastern Placer County programs and projects.
he Placer County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday authorized county staff to prepare and release a request for proposals for the proposed Cabin Creek biomass facility project in North Lake Tahoe.
Today marks another step forward for the French Meadows Ecological Forest Restoration Project as the Placer County Board of Supervisors voted to allocate a contract to advance critical forest health initiatives in the Middle Fork American River watershed.
The Placer County Sheriff’s Office, in collaboration with Placer County Emergency Management, is primed to oversee security operations at this week’s Stifel Palisades World Cup event in Olympic Valley.
To continue meeting state requirements while maintaining as much flexibility as possible, the Placer County Board of Supervisors took action to refine a list of properties for consideration within the county’s Housing Element Sites Rezone program.
The Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to pass a resolution at its Feb. 13 meeting to formally oppose Proposition 1, which will come before voters on the March statewide ballot.
The Placer County Community Development Resource Agency and the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency have issued a joint notice of preparation for an environmental impact report/environmental impact study for the Boatworks at Tahoe redevelopment project.
A draft environmental impact report on the Housing Element Sites Rezone program is now available for public review and comment through March 18. The documents are accessible for review at our local libraries and online.
A project to safeguard pedestrians and enhance traffic flow within the Tahoe City corridor is set to kick off after a key approval by the Placer County Board of Supervisors last week.
The Placer County Board of Supervisors took recent action to appoint George Alves to the Placer County Planning Commission, representing District 2.
Our Board of Supervisors this week approved an agreement with Northstar California Resort to provide backup enforcement of parking restrictions this winter - aiming to alleviate traffic congestion along state Route 267.
Placer County’s $28 million investment into a west Placer infrastructure project is making progress and is on target to accommodate development of Placer One – the future home of a Sacramento State satellite campus.
The Placer County Board of Supervisors took recent action to approve the use of $400,000 from Placer Legacy – the county’s open space and agricultural protection program - towards the purchase of the 430-acre northern portion of Redwing Ranch.
The Placer County Library invites you to “get cozy” this winter and expand your reading horizons through the Winter Book Bingo 2024 challenge for adults.
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.