Cindy's Approach

Fiscally
Prudent

Protecting Our Resources
and Communities

Listening to All
Points of View

Promoting
Economic
Sustainability

Seeking
Solutions

Building
Consensus

Supporting & Protecting the Communities of District 5

Cindy’s Approach

Fiscally Prudent

Protecting Our Resources & Communities

Listening to All Points of View

Promoting Economic Sustainability

Seeking Solutions

Building Consensus

Addressing Issues

Addressing the critical danger of catastrophic wildfire by promoting forest health, firesafe communities, ensuring emergency preparedness for evacuations, and fighting for reasonable fire insurance for all residents in District 5.

Ensuring that County government is responsive to its residents needs, and deploys resources efficiently and fairly across the County.

Supporting economic sustainability and balanced growth that enhances our communities and our rural areas.

Seeking and supporting local housing solutions, ranging from affordable to the missing middle, through collaborative partnerships with nonprofits, governmental agencies and the private sector.

Supervisor Gustafson's District 5 Updates

Placer County District 5 Newsletter | September 23

Have your voice heard – be sure to vote! Most of us have heard by now that November’s election will be 100% vote by mail, and although it is correct that all active voters will be sent a vote by mail ballot, Placer County voters will also have the opportunity to vote in person if they prefer. […]

Placer County District 5 Newsletter | September 11

Crisis Versus Emergency – Action to Declare End to Public Health Emergency At our September 8 meeting the Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to approve a resolution declaring the current end of Placer County’s local health emergency, and re-stating the ability for the County to quickly declare an emergency if conditions change and “emergency” status […]

Placer County District 5 Newsletter | September 4

New State COVID Metrics and Reopening Plan On August 28, Governor Newsom released a new plan for reopening.  Based on two key indicators, test positivity and case rate per 100,000, counties are now assessed by color, ranging from the most restrictive purple tier to a less restrictive yellow tier. Placer County’s test positivity rate and […]