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New Traffic Management Center at City Hall

February 5, 2019 

A new Traffic Management Center at City Hall allows traffic engineering staff to monitor traffic signal operations throughout the city in real-time, make real-time adjustments of the signals and provide immediate response for any malfunctions to the traffic network system.

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Video: Where Folsom Gets Its Water

January 30, 2019 

Ever wonder where Folsom's drinking water comes from? Find out about our water source and how water is treated at Folsom's water treatment plant before it makes its way to your tap? in this video from the Folsom Environmental & Water Resources Department.

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Project Lifesaver Brings Local Child Home within 10 Minutes

January 29, 2019 
People with cognitive disorders, such as Autism or Alzheimer’s, or other medical conditions may have a tendency to wander away from caregivers. Funded by the Folsom Police Foundation, Folsom Police Department’s Project Lifesaver Program is designed to help bring these individuals home quickly and safely to their families.


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Mayor Howell Delivers 2019 State of the City Address

January 22, 2019 

Folsom Mayor Kerri Howell delivered the 2019 State of the City address at a luncheon hosted by the Folsom Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, January 17. In the annual address, Mayor Howell reviewed recent accomplishments and shared upcoming milestones in the year ahead. A recorded version of the speech is available on the City’s website.

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Volunteer Opportunity: Assist Folsom’s First Responders

January 22, 2019 

The Folsom Fire Department’s annual Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) course begins in March. The course curriculum includes: how to assist family members and neighbors until emergency responders arrive, disaster preparedness, first aid, search and rescue, and emergency response plans. Students who complete the required training course and pass a background check will become members of the Folsom Fire Department’s volunteer CERT team. The CERT training course is free; participants must be age 18 or older, and preference is given to applicants who live or work in Folsom. For more information and to register, email folsomcert@folsom.ca.us.

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Folsom Parade of Champions Tomorrow

January 22, 2019 

A celebration parade in Historic Folsom tomorrow night will honor the 2018 state champion Folsom Bulldogs team and the 2018 state champion Vista del Lago girls varsity cross country team. The parade begins at 7 p.m. with participants marching down Coloma and Sutter streets. The parade will conclude with a rally at the Folsom Historic Amphitheater. Those planning on attending the parade should park at Rodeo Park or the Historic District parking garage. The community is encouraged to attend. For information about shopping and dining in Historic Folsom, visit www.historicfolsom.org.

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Lake Natoma Trail Gap Closure Project is Finished

January 8, 2019 

The Lake Natoma Trail Gap Closure project in Folsom’s Historic District was completed at the end of December and is now open for use by cyclists and pedestrians. It includes the city’s first Class IV bike trail, also called a “separated bikeway,” which is a 12-foot-wide paved path that parallels Leidesdorff Street between Reading and Wool streets.

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Keep Gutters and Storm Inlets Free of Fallen Leaves

November 30, 2018 

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. Here’s how residents can help:

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Notice From The Folsom Fire Department Regarding Use of Masks

November 14, 2018 

Per the Sacramento County Public Health Officer it is advised to not use masks, such as the N95, due to wildfire smoke in the area as the health risks of the mask outweigh the benefits.

The Folsom Fire Department is recommending people stay indoors as much as possible and to keep doors and windows closed. This precautionary advisory is effective through November 16th due to smoke from the Camp Fire that is impacting our local air quality.

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Red Flag Warning - November 10-12, 2018

November 10, 2018 

The Sacramento area, including Folsom, will be under a Red Flag Warning from 10 p.m. tonight until 7 a.m. Monday morning. The City of Folsom Fire Department urges its residents and business owners to remain extra vigilant during this time and to report fires to 9-1-1 immediately.

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Intersection Safety Tips from the Folsom Police Department

October 31, 2018 

Intersections can be dangerous areas for drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians, especially during peak commute times.

More than 50 percent of the combined total of fatal and injury crashes occur at or near intersections, according to the United States Department of Transportation. Inattentiveness, reckless driving, and speeding can all lead to a serious accident at an intersection.

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