city of folsom

Folsom, state to cut down ‘hazardous’ trees

The California Department of Fish and Game, in cooperation with the City of Folsom, will remove 29 Gray Pine trees along Blue Ravine Road between Riley and Sibley streets in March ...

School music programs hit the right notes

The music programs at Sutter Middle, Folsom Middle and Folsom High School were recognized recently by the Folsom City Council. Vice Mayor Jeff Starsky, left, presented a mayoral pr ...

It’s time to save your water

City officials are urging Folsom residents to conserve water. Folsom is currently at stage three water restrictions, which means residents are being asked to cut down on their wate ...

Rain didn’t wash away need for water conservation

Some folks have asked if the winter storms that dumped so much snow in the Sierra and dramatically raised water levels at Folsom Lake will bring a reversal to our Stage Three water ...

Proposed budget retains quality of life ingredients

Folsom residents share a high degree of pride in our outstanding quality of life. We live in a wonderful community with incomparable natural amenities and abundant services unknown ...

Folsom’s budget cuts hit children’s activities

(Editor’s note: We’re going to take a break from the regular three-dot format this week due to the importance of covering the city’s budget crisis.)You may not kn ...

Folsom seeks to cut 55 positions, limit recreational offerings

Folsom hopes to close an $8.6 million budget deficit by eliminating 10 percent of its workforce, restructuring fire department operations, tapping into $4.7 million of unallocated ...

New budget on way: Could include up to 80 layoffs

City Manager Kerry Miller is scheduled to present a new leaner budget to the Folsom City Council on Tuesday, Jan. 13. Miller has said that the city faces an $8.4 million budget sh ...