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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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Fall Into a Beautiful Water-Wise Landscape

October 28, 2019 

Fall is the perfect time to redo your yard and add low-water-use plants great for our climate. The soil still holds summer's warmth, which encourages root growth, but new plants don’t require as much water because the days are getting cooler instead of heating up.

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Help Keep Gutters and Storm Drains Free of Fallen Leaves

October 28, 2019 

The City of Folsom Public Works Department has been busy clearing gutters and storm drain inlets of fallen leaves. When leaves accumulate on the street, it is challenging for street sweepers to pick up the leaves, which can clog storm drain inlets resulting in localized flooding.

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Folsom Trails Update

October 21, 2019 

The City of Folsom was recently awarded grant funding from the Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) to develop a new Active Transportation Plan (ATP). Folsom’s Parks & Recreation and Public Works departments will work together on the city’s ATP that will guide the planning, development, and maintenance of existing and future pedestrian and bicycle networks.

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