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 10

LABOR DAY HAS COME AND GONE, BUT FIRE SEASON IS FAR FROM OVER! Over 100 years ago, our Country began recognizing the first Monday in September as Labor Day, paying tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers. Without a doubt, the last two years have been difficult for our workers and businesses in […]

Placer County District 5 Bulletin | August 30

CREATE CONFIDENCE IN YOUR OWN PREPARATIONS The Caldor fire is leaving all of us worried about the safety of our homes and families, but it’s important to remember that at this point, it remains 15-20 miles from Placer County’s border. Our Placer County Sheriff’s Office, Placer County Office of Emergency Services, Cal Fire and Placer […]

District 5 Update | August 26

COVID-19 HEALTH WARNING THE SURGE IS VERY REAL HERE IN PLACER COUNTY Last Friday, Sutter Roseville Medical Center experienced their busiest day in their history, driven by the surge in Covid-19 cases. Placer County’s Director of Health and Human Services Dr. Rob Oldham provided the Board with an update indicating the situation from hospital executives […]