Looking for a challenging, fun way to contribute to the community while helping deter crime and increase public safety services to Folsom? The Citizens Assisting Public Safety (CAPS) program may be the opportunity for you.
If your property has a history of flooding, it’s important to get prepared in advance of a storm. Sand and sandbags are available for Folsom residents and business owners at no charge. The City’s two self-serve sandbag stations are next to Fire Station 36 at 9700 Oak Avenue Parkway and behind City Hall at 50 Natoma Street.
The holidays are a time for families and friends to share a hearty home-cooked meal together, and the City of Folsom’s Environmental and Water Resources Department wants to remind residents to dispose of food properly.
From November through February, the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District's law, Check Before You Burn, restricts or prohibits burning when fine particle pollution (PM2.5) is forecast to be high. The Check Before You Burn law applies to residents and businesses in Sacramento County and the cities of Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Folsom, Galt, Isleton, Rancho Cordova and Sacramento.
Nearly three acres of land at Highway 50 and Folsom Boulevard has been preserved forever as public open space. The site maintains the natural beauty of an important gateway to the City, and preserves natural vegetation, heritage oaks and historical resources.
Help make the holidays special for a family in need through the Annual Christmas Toy Drive. The Folsom Police Department and Folsom Police Foundation are collecting toys for local families this holiday season.
Folsom Fire Chief Ron Phillips announced his plans to retire on December 30, after 35 years of California fire service and 14 years with the City of Folsom. During his tenure, Phillips worked to maintain and improve emergency services in the community during difficult economic times. He has also been instrumental in regional emergency management and fire and rescue services.