Category Archives: City of Folsom

Heartbeat of Folsom Public Art Project Unveiling

Be the First to See these Incredible Pieces Leadership Folsom, in collaboration with Choose Folsom,

Folsom Spring Fair, Kayak Cleanup, Great Music and Wine this Weekend

Spring is arguably the most beautiful time of year in Folsom and the surrounding area. 

Folsom Chamber Honors Community Leaders

Folsom community and business leaders gathered March 25 to honor this year’s recipients of the

Cycling, Tacos, Community Awards, Wine, Jazz and more!

  It’s the first week of spring, and there are lots of great things to

Call for Artists and Sponsors for new Folsom Public Art Project

ARTISTS and SPONSORS SOUGHT FOR FOLSOM PUBLIC ART PROJECT The Leadership Folsom Class of 2022/23

Storms Bring Folsom Lake Level to 102% of Average – Snowpack at 83% of Average

  What a difference a storm (or two) makes! Back in August Folsom Lake’s water

Folsom Vice Mayor Ernie Sheldon Passes Away

It is with a heavy heart that the City of Folsom announces the passing of

Early Numbers Show Covid’s Impact on the Folsom Economy

As I walk and drive around Folsom, I am saddened to see some of my

Folsom City Officials Plead for Cooperation

A Community Video Message From Folsom City Manager Elaine Andersen, Fire Chief Felipe Rodríguez, and

Sacramento County Issues Official Public Health Order

Sacramento County Public Health Order As of March 19, 2020, at 11:59 p.m., the Sacramento

City of Folsom Declares Emergency

The City of Folsom Proclaims Local Emergency Non-Essential Facilities Closed to the Public Folsom, CA

Willamette Wineworks Now Open

After years of careful planning, some construction delays, and a few private events,  Willamette Wineworks is

City of Folsom Hosting Workshop and Meeting on ADUs (aka ‘granny flats’)

ADUs, also known as ‘granny flats’ or ‘second units’ have become hot-button issues in communities

Folsom by the Numbers – a new ‘Best Places to Live’ Designation

The City of Folsom’s 4th quarter economic report, provided by the Greater Folsom Partnership, puts numbers

Folsom’s Sporting Chef hosts ‘Dead Meat’

  Did you know we’ve got a world-infamous celebrity chef right here in Folsom? That’s

New Sac to Bay Air Shuttle Takes Off!

Over 40 local business people turned out to mark the inaugural flight of the Sacramento

Heard around Folsom – National Night Out… Parking … Photos… Community Service Day

Hey Folks, it’s about time for another ‘Heard around Folsom’, don’t you think? This is

Rainbow Bridge Closure and Celebration Info

Folsom’s iconic Rainbow Bridge is now 100 years, and the city is celebrating, with a

Sutter Street Sip and Stroll Returns – Tickets Selling Fast

Sutter Street Sip and Stroll returns April 6.  Last year sold out quickly, and it

City Creates New Traffic Management Center

For all of the great things Folsom has to offer, from beautiful trails and parks,

Folsom City Councilman and Security Expert Offers Home Safety Tips

With a growing concern about residential burglaries, Folsom City Councilman and professional Security Consultant Roger

Folsom Holiday Happenings – Something for Everyone

The Holiday season is here, and Folsom’s got lots of great events to keep you in

Folsom Candidates Make Final Plea for Votes

  On Tuesday, voters will decide which 3 of 12 candidates running, will be joining Ernie

Folsom PD Participating in ‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ Campaig

From Folsom Police Department: As we enter the final stretch of summer spending time at

Mid-year Folsom Area Housing Numbers are In!

We’re just past the half-way point for 2018, and time to take a look at

Folsom Hometown Parade Saturday

Located on Sutter Street from Scott St. down to Reading St. Enjoy The Ophir Prison

Heard Around Folsom – Cinco, Cars, and Cops

Well folks, it’s Cinco de Mayo weekend, and the margaritas will be flowing. Lots of

For Better or Worse, LimeBike is Coming

LimeBike Bikeshare is coming to Folsom, and my guess is you’re either going to love

Wine Tasting, Cars, Coffee, Antiques…

Spring has kicked into high gear, and this will be a great weekend to get

Changing of the Guard at Folsom PD, Arts and Crafts Fair, Dancing, Folsom Expo and More

  Interesting stuff going on around town… I popped by the Folsom Community Center yesterday

Term Limits, Campaign Contributions and How We Select our Mayor to be Discussed Tonight

Judging from the pre-game buzz, expect a large vocal crowd at tonight’s City Council meeting.

Of Water, the Waterfront, Wine and Jazz

Time for another update on what’s going on around Folsom… First, let’s talk about water.

Folsom’s Roundhouse, featuring Scott’s Seafood and Willamette Wine Works Coming Soon

A project over 10 years in the making, the Folsom Round House is finally taking

Folsom Adds Another Gem to Our Trail System

The long-awaited Lake Natoma Water Access and Trail Enhancement officially opens Thursday, April 13 at

Why the Heck is Folsom Lake so Low?

  On Facebook, here on MyFolsom.com, and all around town, people frequently remark that after

Folsom Gets Another A!

  Folsom continues to win accolades from around the country. Previously ranked among the best

Gaylord Wins Folsom City Council Seat in Stunning Come Back

Roger Gaylord, the 3-time challenger for a seat on Folsom’s City Council, has finally been

Folsom Lake Level Far Ahead of Last Year –

Folsom Lake level continues to rise. Per the California Department of Water Resources, as of

Folsom City Council Candidates Make Final Plea for Your Vote

With the election upon us, and Folsom’s future at stake, the candidates vying for 2

Folsom Named Best City in California to Raise a Family

With top rated schools, clean, safe streets and parks, and lots of fun stuff to