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 City Newsletter December 2009/January 2010

  • City Manager's 2010 Priorities
  • Folsom Aglow with Holiday Spirit (Tree Lighting, Santa's Sleigh, etc.)
  • Ride Free & Stay Safe on New Year's Eve
  • What's New at City Hall
  • Free H1N1 Flu Clinic
  • More Holiday Events!

  City Newsletter November 2009         

 
  • Bike Bridges to Span Busy Roads
  • Higher Bond Ratings Yield Interest Savings, Lower Tax
  • Honor Nation's Veterans at 10th Annual Parade
  • Zoo Sanctuary Offers Fall Family Fun
  • City Unveils Rock 'n' River Public Art
  • Fall & Winter Landscape Tips

    City Newsletter September/October 2009

  • Passion for Protecting Animals
  • Cyclebration Brings Family Fun to Folsom
  • Shop Folsom First!
  • Traffic Circulation Changes Underway
  • Budget Impacts Streetscape Project
  • All-Star Plants for Water-Conserving Gardens
 City Newsletter August 2009

  • Exciting Park Projects Coming Your Way
  • Folsom Lake Water Level Sinking
  • Top 10 Hot Weather Water Tips
  • Traffic Shifting with Folsom Lake Crossing Opening
  • New Bridge Commuters Speak Up
  • Adopt a Zoo Animal for a Wild Experience
  • Street Improvements, Staying Cool, Calendar & More!

    City Newsletter June/July 2009    

  • Big Changes Coming as Sutter Street Facelight Beings
  • Water Experts to the Rescue
  • Conservation Still Important as City Returns to Stage 2
  • Who is on the Other End of 911 Calls?
  • Summer Reading Program Underway
  • Kick Back at Concerts in the Park
  • Calendar and More!

City Newsletter May 2009    

  •     Support Local Economy & Save Money in a 'Flash'
  •     City Newsletter to be Delivered Via E-Mail
  •     Water Relief in Sight?
  •     Stay Cool, Folsom!
  •     Volunteers Needed to Adopt a Trail or Creek
  •     Folsom Lake Crossing Improves Area Traffic Flow

    City Newsletter March/April 2009      

    • Gear up for Folsom Lake Crossing
    • Stage Three Water Warning Now in Effect
    • Protect Landscaping During Drought
    • Mayor's State of the City Address
    • City Hall Furlough Dates
    • Calendar and more!

      City Newsletter February 2009

  • Folsom Lake Crossing Grand Opening Set for March 28
  • Folsom Lake Crossing to Bring Relief to Historic District
  • Concern Rises Over Low Lake Levels
  • Utility Bill Payment Assistance
  • Calendar and more!

City Newsletter December 2008/January 2009

  • Join Friends and Family for a Flurry of Fun in Folsom
  • Volunteer Opportunities Just a Click Away
  • Folsom Police Dogs Bring Joy to Pediatric Patients
  • Economic Development Among Top Priorities for 2009
  • Final Bridge Section Poured
  • City Calendar
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