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Placer County District 5 Newsletter | October 13

Placer Advances to Orange Tier of Reopening – Stay Cautious Today the State announced that Placer County has moved from the “Substantial” category (Red tier) of its Blueprint for a Safer Economy into the “Moderate” category (Orange tier), indicating a reduction in our COVID-19 cases.  This means increased capacity and flexibility for our businesses, such as restaurants […]

Eastern District 5 Bulletin | October 13

Placer Advances to Orange Tier of Reopening – Stay Cautious Today the State announced that Placer County has moved from the “Substantial” category (Red tier) of its Blueprint for a Safer Economy into the “Moderate” category (Orange tier), indicating a reduction in our COVID-19 cases.  This means increased capacity and flexibility for our businesses, such as […]

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 […]

Placer County District 5 Newsletter | August 28

September 1st Board of Supervisors meeting open for in-person public comment For the first time since March the board chambers will be open to in person attendance at the Board of Supervisors September 1st meeting. To remain in compliance with the state’s public health guidance, the county will limit attendance to 25% of the room’s capacity and will require 6 feet of […]

Placer County District 5 Newsletter | August 14

Board of Supervisors Updates Mercy Housing Groundbreaking On August 12 the Board of Supervisors kicked off construction of Mercy North Auburn with a groundbreaking ceremony. The project is a 79-unit, affordable, multifamily and townhome project located in the Placer County Government Center in North Auburn. The project will be constructed on three acres of land […]

Placer County District 5 Newsletter | July 31

New and Improved COVID-19 Dashboard I hope you have had a chance to visit the County’s online COVID-19 dashboard, which provides up-to-date information on the virus in Placer County.  The dashboard was originally launched in April and last week Placer County launched an updated version that provides additional information in a format that is easier to read. […]

Placer County District 5 Newsletter | July 2

Celebrate our Democracy – Dedication to its Principles When our forefathers came together to Declare their Independence – they did so as a united body of 13 colonies.  Despite their differences, they came together to fight a common enemy, and they prevailed.  As we celebrate this weekend, let’s remember that we truly are “Stronger Together”.  […]

COVID-19 Message from Supervisor Gustafson | July 1

PLEASE – SUPPORT EACH OTHER – LET’S STAY OPEN! North Tahoe Business Owners, My office is being inundated with complaints and concerns regarding the apparent lack of local businesses taking the State’s guidance seriously. Complaints range from the number of people not wearing face coverings or adhering to physical distancing guidelines within businesses and allege […]

Placer County District 5 Newsletter | June 17

REOPENING, PPE, AND FACE MASKS This week marks a new phase in our reopening with additional businesses welcoming customers. I know many people were excited to return to various outdoor recreation businesses, campgrounds, gyms, bars, and wineries- among others. Starting this Friday, June 19, some additional personal care businesses including nail salons, tattoo parlors, massage therapists, and estheticians […]

Placer County District 5 Newsletter | May 29

Resolution to the Governor On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a resolution to request permission from the state to move into Stage 3 of reopening. We took this step due to Placer County’s success at flattening the COVID-19 curve, the protocols we have in place, and the proactive efforts of the local business community to prepare […]

Placer County District 5 Newsletter | May 22

Emergency Board Meeting Update, Responsible Recreation, and Prepping for Reopening I wanted to start out this week explaining the last minute cancellation of Wednesday’s special Board of Supervisors meeting and apologize for any inconvenience it may have caused. In the hours before the meeting, we learned of legal and financial implications that needed further investigation. We […]

Placer County District 5 Newsletter | May 1

Statewide Stay At Home Order and Phased Reopening- Take Care of Yourself and Others. As of tomorrow, May 2, Placer County’s local health order will expire and residents will be guided by the governor’s Executive Order to stay at home. This transition will allow us to focus on planning for a phased reopening in partnership with local governments, […]

A Special Covid-19 Message from Supervisor Gustafson and the Board of Supervisors | April 23

Dear Friends and Neighbors – We know how difficult the COVID 19 pandemic has been to cope with. It has turned all of our worlds upside down. Your commitment to close business, work from home and stop gathering in groups has made a huge difference in the course of this virus. We want to assure […]

COVID-19 Message from Supervisor Gustafson | April 10

Dear Beloved North Tahoe Community:  KEEP IT UP!  We are doing a great job staying home and socially distancing.  The curve is flattening, non- essential trips in our County are down over 70%, according to the Unacast Social Distancing Scorecard as of today.  Facing this pandemic is very hard. It has changed everything about our […]

Placer County District 5 Newsletter | March 25

Dear Friends and Neighbors- These are harrowing times and Placer County is taking many steps to serve you through this crisis.  I urge you to stay in touch through our special COVID-19 webpage.   Yesterday, the Board of Supervisors received a report from Dr. Aimee Sisson further strengthening her plea for us all to shelter in place and restrict all […]

ADDRESSING ISSUES

Protecting the 5th District takes many forms. Since taking office, it has included ensuring residents are informed and part of the decision-making affecting their lives and homes, championing efforts to address forest health; pushing State officials to find solutions to the insurance crisis; and advocating with PG&E and the state to invest in our electrical […]

ABOUT CINDY

Public service is my passion. I enjoy the ability to solve problems, create solutions and work collaboratively with businesses and residents of District 5. I look forward to continuing to serve as Placer County Supervisor. Learn more about my experience and background here.

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Sip with Cindy | October 15

Supervisor Cindy Gustafson will bring you up to date on everything taking place in Placer County’s District 5! WHERE | Overlooking the American River Canyon 262 Aeolia Drive, Auburn, CA 95603 WHEN | Tuesday, October 15 TIME | 5-7pm RSVP | info@cindygustafson.com An Informal Gathering of Terrific People Sip Wine and Eat Nourishing Tidbits Prepared by […]