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Holiday Lights at the Folsom Zoo Sanctuary

December 9, 2019 

This popular annual family event returns for the 10th year with even more seasonal cheer! Thousands of bright and colorful lights, sparkling ornaments and trees, lighted animal figures, and displays transform the zoo sanctuary with holiday spirit.

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Holiday Gift Ideas That Give Back

December 2, 2019 

The Gallery at 48 Natoma sells a variety of beautiful artwork, jewelry, and other handcrafted gifts; a portion of the proceeds benefit community arts education programs at the Folsom Art Center.

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Public Hearing on Proposed Rate Increases

December 2, 2019 

The City of Folsom is currently considering recommendations in an independent rate study to increase rates for water, wastewater, and solid waste services in the years 2020 through 2024, and will hold a public hearing during the regularly scheduled December 10 City Council meeting at 6:30 p.m.

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Annual Holiday Toy Drive

December 2, 2019 

Help make the season bright for local families in need by donating to the annual toy drive. The Citizens Assisting Public Safety (CAPS) volunteers, in partnership with the Folsom Police and Fire departments and the Folsom Police Foundation, are collecting items for the toy drive.

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Holiday Break Day Camps

November 19, 2019 

Folsom Parks & Recreation offers a variety of day camps for kids and teens over the Thanksgiving school break, November 25 through 27.

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City to Conduct Sewer Smoke Tests

November 4, 2019 

Folsom residents who see smoke coming from manhole lids and sidewalk cracks should not be concerned. Starting mid-November, the City of Folsom will be testing portions of the sewer lines using a non-toxic artificial smoke substance. Smoke tests are planned in the vicinity of E. Bidwell Street, Riley Street, and Montrose Drive.

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To Burn or Not to Burn – Time to Check

November 4, 2019 

It’s the season to Check Before You Burn! From November through the end of February, residents and businesses in Sacramento County, including the City of Folsom, must check the daily burn status before using a wood-burning fireplace or other wood-burning device.

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Open House on Proposed Utility Rate Increases

October 29, 2019 
Wednesday, November 6, 5:30-7 p.m. at the Folsom Community Center
The City of Folsom is currently considering recommendations in an independent Rate Study to increase rates for water, wastewater, and solid waste services in the years 2020-2024.
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