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The historic courthouse in Auburn was lit blue and green April 1 in honor of Donate Life Month, paying tribute to those who’ve saved lives through organ donation and highlighting the importance of registering as an organ donor. Learn more

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$1 million in funding secured by CAL FIRE for winter storm recovery efforts

CAL FIRE Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit has secured approximately $1 million in CAL FIRE grants to assist Placer County with recovery efforts following heavy winter storms in December. The funding will help CAL FIRE and partner agencies continue to remove debris from roads, with priority given to the clearing of hazardous vegetation that could impede evacuation routes. Learn more

Internet safety

Learn how to protect your children from online predators

Child internet safety

Technology changes all the time and kids are constantly finding the newest websites, apps and online forums. On April 14, parents can receive training from local experts on how to keep their kids safe online.
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Celebrate National Library Week with Placer libraries!

National library week

Celebrate National Library Week with your neighborhood Placer County library! Be sure to follow our library online to learn more about how you can get connected to a vast amount of resources available at your fingertips 24/7.
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Parks and recreation

Hidden Falls Park reservations required April 9-22

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Parking reservations for Hidden Falls Park will be required April 9-22. A temporary fee will be in-place to ease the surplus of traffic coming into the park during spring break as parking space is limited.
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Wildfire safety

Join PG&E for a wildfire safety webinar

PG&E center

PG&E will host a webinar April 13 to discuss their Community Wildfire Safety Program. Participants will be able to meet with PG&E representatives, learn about preparedness efforts, ask questions and share feedback.
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This week in Placer County history

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On April 6, 1926, Placer County Sheriff Elmer Gum and Deputy Frank Dependener raided the Frank Petroni Ranch outside of Auburn and seized 85 gallons of bootleg wine.

The 18th Amendment, which prohibited the sale and manufacture of “intoxicating liquors,” was ratified Jan. 16, 1919. Later that year, Congress passed the Volstead Act, which provided for the enforcement of the 18th Amendment. Both came into effect Jan. 17, 1920, and the era of Prohibition was born. Bootleggers seized the opportunity to make profits while flaunting the law. 

Though a federal law, it was mostly up to local law enforcement to conduct raids and arrest bootleggers. Fines paid by those convicted of breaking the law went to the U.S. Treasury. In California, the Wright Act was passed in 1922, which made the 18th Amendment and the Volstead Act the law in California. It allowed for all the fines paid to remain in the county or city in which the culprit was arrested. This greatly inspired local law enforcement throughout the state, like Placer County Sheriff Elmer Gum, to conduct countless raids and arrests. The photograph is from a Sacramento Bee article published Feb. 12, 1923, documenting the seizure of 2,500 gallons of liquor from a bootlegger near Penryn. Left to right: District Attorney Orrin J. Lowell, Sheriff Elmer Gum, unnamed driver and Deputy Frank H. Dependener (Big Dip). Prohibition was repealed with the ratification of the 21st Amendment on Dec. 5, 1933.

Fun things to do this week

Man jumping between rocks with Donner Lake in the background

Don’t miss the fun coming this next week in...

Roseville: UC Master Gardeners of Placer County Garden Faire
Lincoln: Art League Of Lincoln presents: ALL About Photography, Lincoln Easter Egg Hunt
Auburn: AST Presents Does the Holocaust Matter Today? A Historical and Personal Perspective by Kathy Glatter, M.D.

...and many Placer County Library and Placer County Museum events.

Visit our regional partners to discover more of the fun happening right here in Placer County!

Placer County Visitors' Bureau
North Lake Tahoe Resort Association
The Arts Council of Placer County
Placer Valley Tourism


COVID-19 safety

Masked coffee shop employees serve a masked customer

In settings where masks are still required or recommended by state and federal guidance, Placer County Public Health advises residents to use high-quality masks to protect against COVID-19. Local COVID-19 information will continue to be available on the Public Health website, including a roundup of upcoming community vaccine clinics.

Upcoming public meetings and events

Community members gather for a meeting in a lodge hall

Olympic Valley Municipal Advisory Council meeting, April 7, 6 p.m. Information
Planning Commission meeting, April 14, 10 a.m. Information

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

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. 

Active Projects

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