The Placer County Board of Supervisors voted today to contract with theNorth Lake Tahoe Resort Association to promote responsible tourism and supportbusiness, with additional revenues, prioritized housing, transportation, and mitigation services.
Affordable housing in Placer County has nine new champions, with the county Board of Supervisors voting unanimously to appoint the members of its new Housing Development Advisory Taskforce.
Placer County Museums is excited to welcome everyone back to the Heritage Trail Museums Tour, with museums throughout Placer County offering free admission on select dates all summer.
Since the beginning of the year, Placer County Animal Services has taken in 260 kittens, an increase of nearly 25% over the previous year. Most of these young kittens require a few weeks of foster care, leading to a critical need for foster families.
The once-a-decade process of revising Placer County’s supervisorial district boundaries gets underway June 24 with the first in a series of public meetings with an Advisory Redistricting Commission.
To honor Elder Abuse Awareness Month, Placer PROTECT launched this month an interactive virtual convention webpage to showcase the resources available to senior citizens in the county.
Applications are currently being accepted to fill a vacant seat to represent District 4 (Granite Bay/Roseville) on the Placer County Civil Service Commission.