Tag Archives: Placer County

Placer County Wines Shine at State Fair

Tweet Eight of Placer County’s 18 wineries captured 37 awards at the California State Fair commercial wine competition, a record for the county. More than 70 judges on 18 panels tasted all of the wines submitted by 688 participating wineries. There were 2,890 entrants in all. Lincoln’s Wise Villa Winery captured the most medals for [...]

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FREE Career Fair coming to Roseville

Tweet Brandman University, City of Roseville, National University, and Placer County is organizing a Career Fair.  The Career Fair will bring together employers, experienced professionals, and entry level talented individuals under one roof. The event will take place August 24th, 2012 at the Martha Riley Library and Sports Complex from 9-12. To reserve a place [...]

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Annual Mother’s Day Weekend Berry Fest 2012

Tweet Location: Placer County Fairgorunds (View on Map) Event Website: http://sites.google.com/site/feedmestrawberries/ Contact: 916.786.2023 Always On Mothers Day Weekend  Celebrating the Harvest of  the Strawberry with great food, contests, shopping and exhibits with kids entertainment all Mothers day weekend!   We won’t ship in any Strawberries.  Local farmers will harvest extra strawberries just for us. These [...]

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Burn Day Information Now Available Online

Tweet The Placer County Air Pollution Control District has put the daily burn day status online. The District expects to have the information updated by 8:00 a.m. daily. The web address for updated burn information can be reached by clicking this link: BURN DAY.  The District will continue to update burn information on the two telephone [...]

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Voters Can Check Their Voter Registration Status Online

Tweet Jim McCauley, Placer County Registrar of Voters, has announced that voters can go to the Office of Elections website, by clicking this link: ELECTIONS, to see if they are registered to vote in Placer County. After voters click on the “Am I registered?” link, they enter their birth date and the last four digits [...]

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County Looking To Fill Vacancies On Charter Review Committee

Tweet Placer County is seeking applications from residents interested in serving on its County Charter Review Committee. The committee is being created to review and evaluate the County Charter, a governing document approved by voters in 1980 that provides a level of flexibility in local decision making.  The charter also contains provisions that guide the [...]

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Free Medication Take-Back Day

Free Medication Take-Back Day

Tweet Free Medication Take-Back Day On Sat. April 28, 2012 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. the Coalition for Placer Youth and Live Sewer Smart will host a free anonymous medication take-back day. Click on the link for information and locations to drop off medications throughout Placer County. MEDICATION TAKE-BACK

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General Contractors connect with SubContractors & Small Businesses

General Contractors connect with SubContractors & Small Businesses

Tweet Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting   Thursday March 29, 2012 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m 830 Groveland Lane For more information, please contact: Liza Whitmore, District 3 Small Business Liaison Liza_Whitmore@dot.ca.gov 530-741-4222

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Volunteer Opportunities with Placer County

Tweet There are many opportunities to volunteer with Placer County. You can be a museum docent, volunteer at county parks, assist the Sheriff’s Office staff, and more. Put your abilities, knowledge and public-service spirit to good use – volunteer for Placer County! Area Contact Name Phone & Email Animal Services & Shelter Cindy Leonard 530-886-5531 [...]

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Board of Supervisors Approves Updated Granite Bay Community Plan

Board of Supervisors Approves Updated Granite Bay Community Plan

Tweet The Placer County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to adopt the updated Granite Bay Community Plan. Supervisor Kirk Uhler, the board member who represents Granite Bay, noted that the county started updating the community plan almost four years ago. “It has been an interesting process that has required a lot of contributions from the [...]

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