Designated city-owned open spaces with high fire potential are now off-limits in Folsom, according to an announcement from the Folsom Fire Department Wednesday afternoon.

Under the Folsom Fire Code, the Folsom Fire Chief can temporarily close city-owned open spaces to protect the public’s health, life, and safety by preventing wildfires. All existing public trails, bicycle paths, and parks remain open. Closed areas have been marked with signage. Maps of temporarily closed city-owned open spaces are listed below.


Any individuals occupying or accessing these designated areas will be directed to vacate immediately. Failure to comply is a misdemeanor offense under Section 2.28.070 of the Folsom Municipal Code. 

  • To report concerns of potential violations, call the Folsom Police Department at 916-461-6400. 
  • For more information, contact the Folsom Fire Department at
  • Call 9-1-1 to report a fire or other emergencies. 

Closed Open Space Area Maps:

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