August 15, 2013
Residential construction surges 
HomeConstructionLocal single-family home construction activity is busier than it's been in years with new homes going up at a faster pace. "We've seen a big increase in the number of permits submitted and construction crews are working at several sites around Folsom,"  says Steve Krahn, Principal Civil Engineer, Community Development Department.
Walk or jog on left for safety
TrailsWalkLeftCyclists, walkers & joggers share a responsibility to follow common-sense safety rules while enjoying Folsom's popular multi-use recreational trails, says Robert Goss, Parks & Recreation Director.  Following a few simple rules helps ensure safety for all trail users.  Why left is safer
Graffiti Night & more events
GraffitiNightCheck out the classic cars on Historic Sutter Street at Graffitti Night Aug. 17; adopt a homeless pet at the Stray-Z-Day's Summer Adoption Day Aug. 17; see the Yoshio Taylor exhibit at the Gallery at 48 Natoma beginning Sept. 6; bring your family treasures to the 16th Annual Antique Evaluation Day Sept. 7; and buy your tickets to the Sept. 14th Top of Folsom Fine Art, Food & Wine event.  More events & activities
More roadwork ahead
While much summer roadwork is now complete, RoadWork2motorists can anticipate continuing work on key Folsom roadways in the coming weeks, with periodic day and night lane closures. When will roadwork be completed?
Arts Achievement Award nominations 
FACC LogoDo you know an individual or group that has made a difference in Folsom's art scene?  Nominations for the Folsom Arts Achievement Awards will be accepted through Aug. 22. View nomination flier
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