Category Archives: City of Folsom

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, 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

Folsom DUI Checkpoint This Weekend

  The Folsom Police Department Traffic Unit has announced it will be conducting a DUI/Driver’s

Folsom City Council Candidate Debate Set – 5 Vying for 2 Seats

The field is set for this November’s Folsom City Council Election. Two seats are up

Johnny Cash Trail Folsom, CA

Johnny Cash Trail Folsom, CA We recently published a post on the Johnny Cash Trail

Folsom’s First Local Candidate Debate – March 15

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

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

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

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,

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

Tonight’s Community Mixer Features Halloween Arts & Crafts, Food and More

The Folsom Chamber of Commerce is holding a community mixer and ribbon cutting at the

FireHouse Subs Donates Profits to Fire Victims

FireHouse Subs is donating 25% of all sales to the Amador Community Foundation, earmarked for

Work to Begin on Controversial Lake Natoma Access Project

The controversial Lake Natoma Waterfront and Trail Access Enhancement Project will soon be a reality,

Folsom Water, Housing Development Make National News

I don’t ordinarily post entire news articles, but this one is relevant to what’s happening

Folsom DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint planned for Saturday, August 15, 2015

Folsom Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint on August 15,

National Night Out Tuesday August 4

The Folsom Police Department is proud to partner with the community for National Night Out

Folsom Named Among Best in California for Raising a Family has declared something many of us already knew; Folsom is a great place

Folsom’s Annual City Works Day Wednesday

Every year, the Public Works and Community Development Department celebrates City Works Day (formerly known

Folsom Real Estate First Quarter Numbers are in: Inventory Down, Prices Up

The first quarter numbers are in and there are some surprises. Folsom real estate prices

New Details Emerge in Sutter Street Shooting

New details are coming out on the story of the shooting on Sutter Street. According

Folsom Community and Business Leaders Honored

Folsom resident Candy Miller and Keller Williams Realty were among the honorees at the Folsom

mPower Finances Home Water Conservation and Energy Improvements – Seminar Friday

It’s seems everyone is going green these days, looking for newer, better ways to use

Coffee with a Cop This Wednesday

Have questions about what’s going on in town? Want to learn about the new laws

Folsom Calendar is Packed with March Events!

Here’s just a sample of the events in store this month in Folsom: March kicks

Folsom Named Best Suburb in Sacramento Region

From Davis to Folsom, Elk Grove to North Highlands, looked at data for 18

Two Great Leadership And Learning Opportunities In Folsom

Hey Folks -There are two great opportunities to learn, grow and lead coming up here

Brace Yourselves for a Super-Soaker Storm

It’s been called ‘Super-Soaker’, ‘Pineapple Express’ and technically, an ‘Atmospheric River’.  Whatever you want to

Highlights from Folsom Mayor Andy Morin’s State of the City Address

Approximately 250 business and community leaders gathered for the annual sneak peak at the mayor’s

Should Folsom Ban Smoking on Restaurant and Bar Patios, and at apartments?

  Should smoking be banned on bar and restaurant patios and in apartments buildings? That’s