May 1, 2014
    

What you should know about Folsom's big day in the spotlight
Have questions about the Folsom Time Trial for America's largest cycling event?  We have answers for you!  Times,  parking, viewing sites, road closures, Historic District festival activities, special Folsom features and more.
Spring cleaning? 
Sign-up for free junk pick-up
Folsom residents may sign-up for up to three free bulky waste pick-ups each year. Acceptable materials include yard waste, lumber, wood, metals/appliances, lawn movers, BBQs, tires and more. To schedule an appointment, call (916) 355-8367, ext. 1, or register on-line HERE
City Council adopts new budget 
The Folsom City Council adopted a $68.2 million Operating/General Fund Budget and $25.9 million Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) Budget for Fiscal Year 2014-15 during the April 22 Council meeting.
 
 
 
 
Enjoy family events all over Folsom in May 
Family Bike & Trike event, Run with Nature,  new art exhibit, Public Works/Public Participation Day, Aquatic Center opening, Family Day at Zoo Sanctuary and more.
Drought! Use sprinklers sparingly 
As temperatures rise, please remember that the state-wide drought continues and Folsom limits landscape irrigation to two times per week. Learn more
Prepare your home
for early fire season
Fire Chief Ron Phillips encourages residents to protect home and property from the threat of wildfire by creating defensible space. Fire season starts early this year, so this month is the perfect  time to prepare your property.