To provide responsive, efficient and effective public services that promote the health, safety, well-being and prosperity of our citizens while protecting our environmental resources and preserving the rich heritage of our region.
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View a description of the county's abandoned vehicle removal process.
The Placer Adult Literacy Service (PALS) is operated by the Placer County Library.
For more information, visit the Agricultural Commissioner's page.
Visit the Air Pollution Control District's page for more information.
To arrange the removal of a dead animal or nuisance wild animal, contact the Animal Services office.
Placer County has an Assigned Counsel Program to provide public defense resources for indigent defendants in cases where the county's contract Public Defender and first level conflict firms are unable to provide such services.
Visit the Vital Statistics page for a birth certificate issued this year or last year and visit the Vital Records page for a certificate issued before last year.
The Building Department provides a third-party plan review option, for applicants who wish to expedite the building plan check process.
The six Veterans Memorial Halls and other community halls maintained and supervised by Placer County are available for rent. View further information on Memorial Hall or community hall rental.
View further information on residential burning in Placer County.
Visit the Public Works Placer County Transit schedule page, call 530-885-2877 or 530-550-1212 in Tahoe, or your city bus company.
Contact the:Recorder (County Clerk)2954 Richardson DriveAuburn, CA 95603Phone: 530-886-5600
The calendar of events in Placer County is maintained by the Placer County Visitors' Center.
The following members are in the U.S. House of Representatives:
Senator Diane Feinstein and Senator Kamala D. Harris are members of the U.S. Senate.
Placer County is represented by:
Placer County is represented by Ted Gaines, 1st Senate District and Jim Nielsen, 4th Senate District.
Children's Protective Services are part of the County's Child and Adult Crisis and Emergency Services (ACCESS) Division.
View a page with information on incorporated cities and towns, and other communities in Placer County.
Code compliance matters are handled by the Building Division.
Placer County was established in April 1851 and celebrated its 150th anniversary from April 2001 to April 2002.
View a list of acronyms commonly used by county officials and staff.
The Museums Department maintains the Placer County Archives and Research Center.
View county budget information.
The Placer County code is now available online.
Apply for a job online.
These are the official county holidays.
Recent county news releases are available on the website.
Register your company to provide goods or services to the County. For assistance with this process, contact the Procurement Services Division at 530-886-2122.
Placer County has a dispute resolution service, Placer Dispute Resolution Service. The service is free to county residents and can help resolve disputes in many areas, including neighborhood disagreements, tenant/landlord disputes, and business problems.
You can access this information from the Superior Court of California, which is a separate state entity.
View information on basic emergency preparation and family emergency planning you can do to protect yourself and your family.
The Placer County Lake Tahoe Film Office can help with information on locations and resources for film and TV producers.
Find fire agencies located in Placer County.
View further information on the Placer County Flood Control and Water Conservation District.
Find the garbage disposal sites in Placer County.
View a map showing the location of the Gold Country Fairgrounds at:1273 High StreetAuburn, CA 95603
The fairgrounds are not operated by Placer County.
Visit the Health and Human Services page for health information.
Contact the Housing Authority, in Human Services, at 530-889-7676. Further information on the county's Housing Choice Voucher Program, formerly known as Section 8, is available.
Seniors First, a non-profit agency in Auburn, provides information for Placer County senior residents on a variety of matters. Their phone numbers are 530-889-9500 or 800-878-9222. Their office is located at:11566 D AvenueAuburn, CA 95603
Seniors First is not part of county government.
Placer County has a free program for seniors living at home in the county where a trained volunteer counselor, another senior, will visit a senior at home once a week to talk, counsel and provide companionship. It's called Senior Peer Counseling.
In-home care to qualified needy, aged, blind or disabled individuals who prefer to stay in their own homes.
Information on jury duty is available from the Placer County Superior Courts, a separate state agency.
The county has a Mosquito and Vector Control District in Roseville.
Information on Name Change is available from the Placer County Superior Courts, a separate agency.
View the Placer County Code for information on noise ordinances.
Recycle old tires at:Western Placer Waste Management Authority's Material Recovery Facility3033 Fiddyment RoadRoseville, CA 95747
To obtain a passport visit the:Recorder (County Clerk)2954 Richardson DriveAuburn, CA 95603
The Placer County Fairgrounds are located at:800 All American BoulevardRoseville, CA 95678
To be a county government known for providing exceptional local and regional leadership, that works in partnership with the community to develop creative solutions to the diverse issues facing our region, and bestows to current and future generations even better communities in which to live, raise families, work, vacation, and conduct business.
The Public Information Office is located at:175 Fulweiler AvenueAuburn, CA 95603Fax: 530-889-4009
Superior Court of California, County of Placer is a separate state entity.
Visit the Probation Department page for more information.
For voter registration information, contact the:Registrar of Voters (County Clerk)DeWitt Center2956 Richardson DriveAuburn, CA 95603
You can report a crime on the Sheriff's Office page.
Report possible child, adult or elder abuse:
Restraining orders are obtained through the court. A restraining order can be on file with the Sheriff’s Office and the Sheriff’s Office can respond when one is violated, but a petitioner needs to first go to the court, which is a separate state entity.
View more information on the Board of Supervisors' revenue sharing funds.
Find information on Sudden Oak Death disease, from the Farm and Home Department.
Contact the Placer County Superior Courts, a separate state agency, regarding temporary restraining orders.
Traffic tickets are handled by the Placer County Superior Courts, a separate state agency.
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