Placer County District 5 Newsletter | June 29

Placer County District 5 Newsletter | June 29

CELEBRATE OUR COUNTRY’S INDEPENDENCE DAY!

Let’s make this Fourth of July memorable by counting our blessings, truly appreciating our freedom, and celebrating our democracy! On this holiday weekend let’s remember the leadership, courage, and sacrifices that so many made throughout our nation’s history – to first establish and then defend our democracy. The Fourth of July commemorates the birth of the United States of America as an independent nation when 56 members of the Continental Congress unanimously adopted the Declaration of Independence, which gifted our nation independence, self-determination, and the right to dream big. This historic document is still a wonderful read and a way to remember our founding fathers words as they established a new country.

Also, please stay cautious through fire season. As you gather with friends and family, remember that we are in extreme fire danger and we need to remain vigilant for potential ignition points. Let’s keep each other and our communities safe as we enter another dangerous fire season.

Have a Happy 4th of July!

In service,
Cindy Gustafson, District 5 Supervisor


NO FIREWORKS PERMITTED IN UNINCORPORATED PLACER COUNTY!

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“Fireworks in Placer County and across our region are a real concern to the fire services and our fire department – not only for the threat of starting new wildland fires – but also because of public safety.” | Chief Estes

‘NO FIREWORKS’ SIGNS AVAILABLE!

We encourage you to pick up these FREE signs and post them at your business or residence – where they’re highly visible – to warn and remind both our residents and visitors that fireworks are illegal. [VIEW PICKUP LOCATIONS]

 

 


FIRE SEASON IS UPON US – STAY PREPARED AND INFORMED! 

We live in a beautiful, but fire danger critical area – it is ALL our responsibility to ensure we are fire-prepared. Please be vigilant with your actions and evacuation plans. SIGN UP FOR PLACER ALERT – it is the single best way to stay informed in an emergency.

IMPORTANT WILDFIRE RESOURCES:



Contact information:

 175 Fulweiler Ave., Auburn, CA 95603 

Supervisor Cindy Gustafson: cindygustafson@placer.ca.gov

District Aide Sophie Fox: sfox@placer.ca.gov

Deputy District Director Katelynn Hopkins: khopkins@placer.ca.gov

Assistant District Aide Lindsay Thayer: lthayer@placer.ca.gov