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.

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Board of Supervisors

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.

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Planning Commission

The Planning Commission serve as an advisory body on planning and related matters. Meeting agendas are available in advance, and the proceedings are live-streamed. Recordings of previous meetings can be accessed in the archives.

Recent Announcements

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Placer County staff advances Tahoe biomass project, seeking public-private partnership

he Placer County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday authorized county staff to prepare and release a request for proposals for the proposed Cabin Creek biomass facility project in North Lake Tahoe.

Placer County to oversee security operations at World Cup

The Placer County Sheriffs Office, in collaboration with Placer County Emergency Management, is primed to oversee security operations at this weeks Stifel Palisades World Cup event in Olympic Valley.

Placer Supervisors approve contract for the French Meadows Forest Restoration Project

Today marks another step forward for the French Meadows Ecological Forest Restoration Project as the Placer County Board of Supervisors voted to allocate a contract to advance critical forest health initiatives in the Middle Fork American River watershed.

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The Placer County Elections Office’s recent adoption of the Voter’s Choice Act election model means expanded in-person voting opportunities for voters.

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Cindy Gustafson is running with more than four years experience as the sitting Placer County Supervisor for District 5 under her belt.

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Wayne Nader, candidate for 5th District supervisor seat, met with 50 residents at the North Tahoe Events Center in Kings Beach.

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Supervisors formally opposed the March 5 statewide ballot measure that seeks voter approval of state-issued general obligation bonds to provide more housing for the homeless and increase behavioral health treatment facilities.

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Launched in July 2020, 211 Placer is the county’s free, multilingual and confidential information and referral system. Placer residents can also utilize 211 Placer to connect to various services.

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