Stretching across some 65 miles west to east, Placer County traverses a diverse range of California landscapes, from the sprawling suburbs of Roseville and Rocklin to the Gold Rush buildings of Auburn and the lakeside views of Kings Beach. Its history is intertwined with the economic forces that created modern-day California: mining, farming, ranching, and rail commerce. Nowadays, economic drivers also include healthcare, high tech, education, retail, and—of course—tourism.
The Board of Supervisors generally meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 9 a.m. Board meeting agendas are publicly posted for review on the county website.
The California Building Standards Code will soon mandate energy storage system readiness on all new home construction and accessory structures such as sheds and barns will need to be built out of fire-resistive material when located within 50 feet of a property line.(Dec. 2, 2022) → Read the full Sierra Sun report
The Board of Supervisors has begun the process of updating Placer County’s General Plan. Community input is sought for the decisions that will shape the county for the next 20 years.(Dec. 1, 2022) → Read the full Auburn Journal report