Clogged storm drain or localized flooding in your neighborhood? Fallen tree limb or stop sign on your street? Non-emergency storm-related incidents can be submitted to the City of Folsom with reporting app See Click Fix Folsom.
From now through February 28, residents and businesses in Sacramento County and the cities of Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Folsom, Galt, Isleton, Rancho Cordova and Sacramento must check the daily status before they use their fireplace or wood burning device. This is due to the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District's (AQMD) Check Before You Burn law.
Folsom is home to an extensive trail system, with more than 50 miles of trails for walkers, runners and cyclists. As you enjoy Folsom's multiuse trails this fall, the Folsom Police Department and Parks & Recreation Department offer a few safety tips to remember before you head out.
The City of Folsom is celebrating the connection between Johnny Cash, Folsom Prison, and the Folsom community with a unique collectible that features a limited-edition license plate and photo of Johnny Cash taken in front of Folsom Prison.
You’ve seen the names around town—on park signs, street signs and schools. Learn their stories and how they shaped Folsom we know today. New profiles have been added, including John Bidwell, John Sutter, Mary Ballou and General Winfield Scott.
Have unused or expired meds around the house? Don't send those down the drain or trash. Instead, stop by the Folsom Police Department at 46 Natoma Street and toss them in the secured medicine collection bin.
In California, it is against the law to put sharps in the trash, including lancets, hypodermic needles, syringes and scalpel blades. The City of Folsom offers free sharps disposals at various locations citywide.
America’s largest cycling race, the Amgen Tour of California, will bring the excitement of professional cycling to California for the 13th consecutive year May 13 - 19, 2018. Folsom will host the men’s sixth stage start on Friday, May 18.