Author Archives: Steve Heard

Salmon Falls Bridge Trail aka Darrington Trail

Salmon Falls Bridge Trail aka Darrington Trail in El Dorado Hills, CA Article Written By

Folsom Leads Region in Housing Prices

With low crime, highly rated schools, 2 lakes, miles of bike/jog trails, great shopping and

Falcon Crest Trail Around Folsom Lake

Falcon Crest Trail Around Folsom Lake – El Dorado Hills, CA Great Walking, Running and

Folsom’s 2016 Free Summer Concert Guide

  It’s that time of year again; the weather is hot and so is the

Folsom Eases Water Restrictions

Folsom, CA – With changing drought conditions, the State Water Resources Control Board approved a

The Must-Have Guide to Amgen Folsom Time Trials

The Amgen Tour of California has begun, and this Friday May 20th, the tour comes

We Need Your Help for our Food Drive!

Hey folks, tomorrow, May 12, we’re holding a food drive for Twin Lakes Food Bank.

Folsom Lake Water Level Now at 113% of Average

Folsom Lake is now holding about 828,000 acre feet of water, which is about 85%

Folsom Kicks off Bike Month this Sunday with 2 Great Events!

  That’s right, it’s bike month in the Sacramento region, and Folsom, winner of the

Folsom’s Run with Nature is Back with a New Location! Run through the South of 50 Plan Area

  The City of Folsom Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce that we

Can We Just Call it a Seller’s Market? Folsom Housing Market Snapshot

  The first quarter numbers are in, and for the Folsom housing market, there’s good

Location Change for Folsom’s 70th Anniversary Celebration

LOCATION CHANGE: City of Folsom’s 70th Anniversary Jubilee April 9 Folsom, CA – Due to

The 2nd Annual Love My Mom 5K Coming in May

The second annual ‘Love My Mom’ 5K fun run is set for Saturday May 7.

Assembly Candidate Debate this Tuesday

  The Folsom Chamber of Commerce and Folsom Lake College will present the local Assembly

Spring Eggstravaganza this Saturday!

It’s back! The annual Folsom Spring Eggstravaganza is happening this Saturday, March 25 at Lembi

Governor Extends Water Use Restrictions, While Reducing Folsom’s Target

  From the City of Folsom: “Due to the uncertainty of the statewide drought, Governor

SactoMoFo is back tonight!

That’s right, if it’s the 3rd Wednesday of the month, it’s time for the SactoMoFo

Folsom’s First Local Candidate Debate – March 15

The Folsom Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the first local candidate debate this Tuesday,

Issues and Insight, Session 2 – Let’s Talk About Water

Water: Managing our precious resource, is part 2 of the 4 part series, ‘Issues and

Coffee with a Cop, and Not Just Any Cop

  Hey folks, there’s a great event happening Wednesday night. It’s the quarterly ‘Coffee with

Be Part of the Discussion – Folsom Issues and Insight

  Beginning February 22, Folsom Lake College and the Folsom Chamber of Commerce will present

Despite Drought – Folsom Lake Officials Expected to Start Dumping Water

Yes, it’s true. In spite of the fact that we’re in the midst of a

Folsom Police and Fire to Hold Free Citizen Academy

  Beginning in March, Folsom Police and Fire will hold their annual Citizen’s Academy. The

Mayor to Deliver State of the City Address

Join the Folsom Chamber of Commerce and Mayor Steve Miklos for the annual State of

Folsom Housing Inventory at Three Year Low – Sales Still Strong

  The number of homes for sale in Folsom fell to just 69 units in

Folsom Lake Level on the Rise

  The recent rains have increased Folsom Lake levels to approximately 20% of capacity, up

Don’t Flush those Meds! Folsom PD Announces New Medicine Collection Bin

(Sacramento, CA) – The California Product Stewardship Council (CPSC) and its Don’t Rush to Flush,

Food Truck Safari, plus Wild Nights and Holiday Lights at the Zoo Tonight!

The monthly SactoMoFo Folsom Food Truck Safari closes out the year with a great line-up

Weather Clears up in time Santa’s Sleigh Tour of Folsom – Updated Schedule Here

Get into the ho…ho…holiday spirit with friends, neighbors and Folsom police and fire personnel this

Fun Holiday Happenings in Folsom this Weekend

There are some great Holiday Happenings in Folsom this weekend, and they’re bound to get

Folsom Tree Lighting This Friday

Come to the annual Folsom Historic Folsom District this Friday, December 4th, for the annual

Best Wine (and Beer) for Thanksgiving? Our experts weigh in.

It’s that time of year again, when the experts are asked, ‘what’s the best wine

Free Healthy Folsom Fair Tomorrow!

The Folsom Chamber of Commerce and the Dignity Health are proud to present the ‘Healthy

Ovarian Cancer and Cure Foundation has Local Connection

When Folsomite Calvin May lost his daughter Lisa to cancer, his son Calvin Jr. promised

Oakmont Presents a Sweet Way to Give Back!

Oakmont Retirement Community has a sweet way of giving back this Thanksgiving! Their chefs are

Folsom Home Sales and Prices Continue to Lead the Region

The October housing numbers are in, and Folsom continues to lead the way in many

Folsom Again Named One of America’s Best Cities

It’s happened many times over the years; Forbes, CNN, Business Week, Nerdwallet, and other organizations

City Council and Other Local Elections – Who or What do you want on a see?

Folsom residents will have the opportunity to help shape the future of this city by

Night of 1000 Pumpkins Returns to Sutter Street

Folsom’s annual Night of 1000 Pumpkins returns to Sutter Street Friday, October 23 from 6pm