COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus)

The Sacramento County Department of Public Health is the lead agency managing response to local novel coronavirus (COVID-19) testing, investigations, coordination with health providers, and public information. Comprehensive and up-to-the-minute Sacramento County Public Health information, including confirmed cases, about COVID-19 can be found at

To report violations of the Sacramento County Health Order in Folsom, call 916-461-6555 or email

Current Sacramento County Risk Level:  WIDESPREAD

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.  

City of Folsom Emergency Orders

Emergency Order - July 2, 2020

Emergency Order - April 30, 2020

Emergency Order - April 14, 2020

Emergency Order - April 10, 2020

Emergency Order - March 20, 2020

Facility, Event, Meetings, and Program Impacts


    The following Folsom Parks & Recreation facilities are temporarily closed in accordance with current public health guidelines.

    • Andy Morin Sports Complex
    • Gallery at 48 Natoma (retail shopping is available)
    • Folsom Art Center
    • Folsom Senior Center
    • Folsom Community Center
    • Rotary Clubhouse

    Parks and Recreation Field Use Requirements:

    A Field Use Permit is required for all organized sports groups, teams, and leagues to use City of Folsom sports field/ball facilities for conditioning, skills, drills, camps, coaching, or other uses. If a sports field/ball facility is not reserved, it is available for casual play by the general public on a first-come, first-served basis, as permitted by and in compliance with the current Sacramento County Public Health Order. Unreserved sports field/ball facilities may not be used by organized sports groups, businesses, or individuals for training or conditioning purposes. No games, scrimmages, or competitions are permitted in accordance with the current Public Health Order. Call 916-461-6651 for reservations and information.

    Basketball Court Requirements:

    No practices, scrimmages, or games are currently allowed at any time. Court rentals are allowed for conditioning only. Call 916-461-6651 for reservations and information.

    Volleyball and Tennis Court Requirements:

    If the tennis and volleyball courts are open and unreserved, you are allowed to drop-in and play volleyball or tennis while practicing social distancing and wearing a mask when you can’t maintain 6-foot social distancing outdoors. Volleyball and tennis should be played with a maximum of four players per court (two players/side). No organized leagues or games are currently allowed.

    Folsom’s Parks and Recreational Trails

    Going outside for some fresh air and a change of scenery can do wonders to improve our mood. The current Public Health Order allows residents leave their home to engage in outdoor activity; however, gatherings of individuals who are not part of your immediate household are prohibited. As of this time, all of Folsom’s parks and recreational trails remain open for public use.

    Open Facilities

    • The Folsom Public Library is open for curbside pickup. 
    • The Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Sunday, with admission by advance ticket purchase only.
    • FIDO Field Dog Park is open daily, from 7 a.m. to one hour after sunset. Note that the dog park is closed to the public every Wednesday for maintenance.
    • The Folsom Skate and Bike Parks at Cummings Family Park remains open. 
    • The Steve Miklos Aquatic Center is open for morning and evening lap swim, team practices, and aquacise.

    Bocce Ball, Pickleball, and Disc Golf

    The outdoor facilities for these sports are open and available to the public on a drop-in basis. Appropriate social distancing must be maintained at all times, and wearing a mask is mandatory when you cannot maintain 6-foot social distancing.

    Call Folsom Parks & Recreation at 916-461-6651 for reservations and information.


    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

    For questions about the Public Health Order, call the Sacramento County Public Health hotline at 916-875-2400. For information about Sacramento County COVID-19 cases and public health directives, visit

    General Information on COVID-19:

    Sacramento County Facebook

    Sacramento County Twitter

    Sacramento County COVID-19 Resources Page

    Folsom Lake State Recreation Area