COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus)

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The following is information about the City of Folsom’s response to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and reduce the number of people infected.  

Facility, Event, Meetings, and Program Impacts

Facilities Closed:

  • Folsom Public Library
  • Steve Miklos Aquatic Center
  • Folsom Art Center and the Gallery at 48 Natoma
  • Folsom Senior Center
  • Andy Morin Sports Complex
  • Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary
  • Folsom Community Center
  • Rotary Club House
  • Athletic fields, including Lembi, Livermore, Econome, Kemp, Catlin, Davies, Ed Mitchell, Briggs, Rodeo, Handy Family, McFarland, Mann, Nisenan, Cohn, and Sheldon parks
  • Basketball courts
  • Ball walls
  • Bocce ball courts
  • FIDO Field Dog Park
  • Library book return (no overdue fees will accrue during the temporary library closure)
  • Pickleball courts
  • Playgrounds and play equipment
  • Tennis courts
  • Volleyball courts
  • B. T. Collins Disk Golf Course


All Regularly Scheduled Parks and Recreation Events 

All Regularly Scheduled Library Events

First Friday Dance for Seniors - Canceled 
Friday, April 3

Eggstravaganza - Canceled 
Saturday, April 11

Folsom Trails Day and Arbor Day - Canceled 
Saturday, April 25

Love My Mom 5K
Saturday, May 9

City Works Day
Wednesday, May 13

 Public Meetings:

All City of Folsom Committee and Commission meetings are canceled through April 30, 2020.


All organized games, classes, Library programs, Parks and Rec programs, rentals, rental group activities, youth and adult sports leagues, and events have been canceled or postponed. During this period, refunds for classes, programs, and events will be available.  

Get the Facts

New information is being released daily. For the latest updates, please consider these resources: 


Yourself and Loved Ones

Visit the CDC's webpage for current information on how you can protect yourself and your loved ones. 




What are Other Local Agencies doing in Response? 


Stay Informed

General Information on COVID-19:

Sacramento County Facebook

Sacramento County Twitter

Sacramento County COVID-19 Resources Page