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How to plan for emergencies during COVID-19

A wildfire burning a forest floor

Wildfires, public safety power shutoffs or other emergencies could happen at any time. Evacuations and sheltering will look different under COVID-19, making advance preparation and flexibility even more important. Visit Placer County Office of Emergency Services' Ready Placer website to help prepare for emergencies during COVID-19, connect with available resources and more. Learn more


Back to school looks different but routine shots still important

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Though the back-to-school transition may look different in many ways this year, one thing shouldn’t change: Getting routine shots. Protection against vaccine-preventable diseases is always important and especially important during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more


Rescues don't get much harder than this

CAL FIRE rescue

After a pickup careened off Secret Town Road last week and rolled 150 feet down a drainage, it took 30 rescuers nearly 3 hours to rescue the driver. Fortunately for the driver, and for anyone else who might need help in an emergency someday, our CAL FIRE/Placer County Fire Department is trained and ready for challenging rescues like this. Watch video


Support those who support us!

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The Placer County Sheriff Office’s Search and Rescue teams have started their annual telemarketing fundraising drive throughout the county. This year, they're raising money to purchase equipment and send volunteers to specialized training. Learn more


Gypsy moth warning in the Foresthill region

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Our Agriculture Commissioner this week issued a gypsy moth warning in response to finding a moth in the Foresthill area last Thursday. Gypsy moths are an invasive species whose caterpillars feed on tree leaves, threatening forested areas especially. Learn more


Census 2020: Coming soon to your neighborhood!

Census 2020

Census takers are now out in our neighborhoods in Placer County, visiting homes of residents who have not yet responded to the 2020 Census. Just as a reminder, you can take the Census online, via phone or your computer. Every person counted brings $10,000 to the county for the next 10 years. Take the Census


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List of active projects throughout Placer County

Projects are listed alphabetically and by Board of Supervisors districts. A hard copy of the list is available at the Placer County Community Development Resource Agency, 3091 County Center Drive in Auburn. 

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Upcoming public meetings and events

CANCELED - Squaw Valley Municipal Advisory Council meeting, Aug. 6 
CANCELED - Sheridan Municipal Advisory Council meeting, Aug. 12
CANCELED - North Tahoe Regional Advisory Council meeting, Aug. 13

To learn about other Placer County committees and commissions and current opportunities to serve your community click here.

Upcoming community events

State public health guidance directs all non-essential gatherings to be postponed or canceled until further notice. Learn more

PlacerGROWN farmers’ markets are still taking place following physical distancing direction from health authorities. Learn more

 

County jobs website is updated regularly

Check out Placer County's employment website for a list of open positions, including internships. Job seekers can apply for positions and sign up for job alerts to be notified of openings. Those without internet access can use a computer kiosk in the Human Resources Department's lobby, at 145 Fulweiler Ave., in Auburn. 

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