Tag Archives: Folsom Lake
Of Water, the Waterfront, Wine and Jazz
Time for another update on what’s going on around Folsom… First, let’s talk about water.
Snow Pack Gets Huge Boost – Is it Enough?
At the end of February, the Sierra Snow Pack was a dismal 22% of normal.
March Miracle? Storms Bring Relief to Folsom Lake
Folsom Lake’s storage has risen by a whopping 78,000 acre feet over the past week,
It’s Hot out There! Learn how to keep your garden healthy, while saving time, water and money!
FREE DIY Drop-in Gardening and Drip Irrigation Workshop Want to learn how to save time,
Folsom Lake – Dam Near Full!
When the Folsom dam operators were releasing massive amounts of water, many Folsom residents were alarmed.
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
Salmon Falls Bridge Trail aka Darrington Trail
Salmon Falls Bridge Trail aka Darrington Trail in El Dorado Hills, CA Article Written By
Folsom Eases Water Restrictions
Folsom, CA – With changing drought conditions, the State Water Resources Control Board approved a
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 Lake Level Looking Good, Relatively Speaking
Folsom Lake begins the new year with 431,178 acre feet of water, which is 90%
Folsom Lake Level Highest Since October
Folsom CA: February rain, snow and resulting runoff has brought Folsom lake to 40% of
It’s Official – Governor Brown Declares Drought State of Emergency
Photo: Lea Suzuki, The Chronicle With California facing water shortfalls in the driest year in
Latest Images of Folsom Lake – Old Gravesite and More of What Lies Beneath
Even with the reduction in flow from Folsom Dam, the lake is disappearing at an
Folsom Residents Hold Rain Dance at Lake
With the threat of a drought, even water-rationing looming, the California Catholic Conference of Bishops
A Little Advice on Exploring Folsom Lake’s Once-Hidden Treasures
Mormon Island, Red Bank and Salmon Falls are notable communities which once stood in the
As Folsom Lake Dries Up, City Orders 20% Cutback
Folsom residents and businesses must reduce water use by 20 percent due to a city-wide
Boats Out by August 3
Boat owners who have their boats in Brown’s Ravine have about another week before they
Jr Lifeguard Summer Camp
Looking for some last minute summer camp options? How about Junior Lifeguard Camp? California Parks
Folsom Lake Rising Fast
Recent rains have been very good to Folsom Lake… water levels have risen dramatically in
Let’s Go Fishing
Folsom anglers and weekend warriors… we now have a Fishing Map for Folsom Lake available.
Popular Campground Closing
Peninsula Campground, located at the convergence of the North Fork and South Fork on Folsom Lake, is
Spillway Gates Begin
Folsom Dam’s spillway construction continues with a new phase – spillway gates. Excavation work has
Hot Temps, Cool Lake
Folsom Lake has been popular with the warm temperatures; however if you go, consider the
Boy Saved By Off-Duty Fire Captain
Captain Eric Lefkove is credited with saving a young man’s life, following a personal watercraft
We’ve Got a Full Lake
It’s hard to believe, but Folsom Lake is just about full. 935,000/977,000 acre feet of
Hitting The Lake? Go Early
This is something we haven’t seen in a while: high demand for parking spots at
Boating Race this Weekend
Folsom Lake is pretty full again, and the boaters are taking advantage of it. The
Lake Higher than Last Year
Though it’s not really saying much, the rains this year have made the lake surpass
Lake is Rising!
Folsom Lake is finally rising… check out some pictures a MyFolsom.com user took while out