With just weeks remaining until the June 7 statewide direct primary election, the Placer County Elections Office is facing a shortage of volunteers to serve in precincts throughout the county.
The Placer County Board of Supervisors yesterday approved a motion to streamline the permitting process for electric vehicle charging stations.
Students from Colfax, Confluence and Foresthill high schools got a behind-the-scenes look into local government today during Placer County’s second annual Youth in Government Day.
Placer County and Mercy Housing hosted a grand opening ceremony welcoming 79-units of affordable housing within the Placer County Government Center campus in Auburn.
During its May 10 meeting, the Board of Supervisors heard a presentation on the Placer Homelessness Response Emerging Strategies Phase 1 Report. Phase two of the regional effort to address homelessness will begin this summer.
In recognition of the inaugural National Fentanyl Awareness Day, Placer County Health and Human Services today announced the launch of 1 Pill Can Kill Placer’s “Teen Social Share Challenge” – a 3-week challenge for high school students in Placer County.
Placer County remains committed to good faith contract negotiations with the Placer County Deputy Sheriffs' Association. In the spirit of transparency, all information related to negotiations and pending litigation regarding Measure F is on our website.