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 and retail stores, as well for community activities, such as recreation facilities and places of worship. While this does not mean we will see a full-scale reopening, we will see capacities closer to what we enjoyed in early summer. We’ve achieved this through your efforts! Keep it up! As we head into colder temperatures, this increased capacity for indoor venues becomes even more important to the stability of our businesses. Staying in the orange tier, and working toward moving into the yellow tier, is critical to our local economy. Please continue to wear face coverings and practice physical distancing.
If your small business could use some assistance, I’m happy to report that last week the Board of Supervisors agreed to allocate a second round of funding for businesses that may have missed the last month’s deadline. If you own or know of a small business that has not already applied, visit the Placer Shares website to learn how to submit an application now. Sharing these Federal funds to help sustain our small community businesses is important to all of us who live and work in Placer County.
Please don’t hesitate to contact my office if you have questions or need any assistance with County issues or concerns.
– Cindy Gustafson, District 5 Supervisor
Potential PSPS October 14
PG&E is closely monitoring a developing fire weather event and is projecting a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) for tomorrow, Wednesday October 14th, beginning at 10:00pm.
County seeks input on internet service levels to help improve access for all
Placer County is conducting a survey to identify the quality of internet service within its numerous cities and small towns, from the City of Roseville to the north shore of Lake Tahoe.
The Internet Service Survey, which was released today, is designed to reveal internet availability and service speeds with the goal of identifying underserved and unserved communities. Learn more
Have your voice heard – be sure to VOTE!
November 3rd is fast approaching and we encourage everyone to get out and vote! The drop box located at the Placer County Elections Office, 2956 Richardson Drive in Auburn is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There is also a drop box located at the Auburn City Clerk’s Office, 1225 Lincoln Way in Auburn, which is available Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 4:00pm and a location in Colfax at the Colfax City Clerk’s Office, 33 S. Main Street, which is available Monday through Thursday, from 8:00am to 5:00pm. Visit the Placer Elections website here for more.
Updated Meeting Location
The Fire Services Ad Hoc Committee Workshop on Tuesday, October 20th that was originally to be held at the Veterans Memorial Hall in Auburn will now be held at the Community Development Resource Agency in the Planning Commission Hearing Room located at 3091 County Center Drive, Auburn. The meeting will start at 9:00am with a closed session item, and the Workshop will begin at 10:00am.
175 Fulweiler Ave., Auburn, CA 95603
Supervisor Cindy Gustafson: cindygustafson@
District Director Lindsay Romack: email@example.com
District Aide Kelly McCaughna: kmccaughna@placer.
Temporary Assistant District Aide Judy Friedman: firstname.lastname@example.org.