Folsom City Council will hold its first meeting of the month on Tuesday, April 9. The initial meeting agenda has been released by the city of Folsom and contains a number of items ranging from grant funds for more artwork on the Johnny Cash Trail, revising an age old trespassing policy and further discussion regarding a proposed tax measure on the 2024 ballot . 

Tuesday’s meeting will begin with a number of proclamations being presented by Mayor Mike Kozlowski that will include, including April 14-20 as National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week; April 21-27 as Volunteer Appreciation Week and recognition of the Folsom CAPS volunteers; April 22 as Earth Day and a proclamation encouraging residents to engage locally in Arbor Day.


Councilmembers will review a presentation containing details of the implementation of the city’s five year strategic plan and a long-term liabilities update on CalPERS and other postemployment benefits before moving to the meeting’s very full consent calendar.

Among items on the consent calendar will be a resolution approving an application for $425,000 in state grant funds for “pick number two,” on the Johnny Cash Trail. Additional notable items include a resolution to execute a communications site license agreement at Lembi Park; a resolution to execute a contract amendment with Dokken Engineering for grant application assistance for the Folsom Boulevard bicycle and pedestrian overcrossing project.


In old business, Council members will further review and discuss the potential special sales tax Ballot Measure for the November 2024 General Municipal Election and provide further direction to staff. 

The meeting will also include public hearing approving the issuance of tax-exempt multi-family housing revenue bonds for Vintage at Folsom followed by the introduction and first reading of an ordinance to repeal a section of the Folsom Municipal Code that dates back to 1968 and required written notice to remove someone from a business for trespassing


Tuesday’s Folsom City Council meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, located at 50 Natoma Street in Folsom. Members of the community are encouraged to attend city council meetings, either in person or via webcast. 


For information on webcasts, visit the city website for instructions on how to view by clicking here.

Tuesday’s official agenda, with links to the scheduled topics, is provided below for those who wish to learn more. Those interested in reading more on the agenda items can simply click the links to the city documents in blue below. 

Folsom City Council Agenda, March 12, 2024
Councilmembers:     Rodriguez, Rohrbough, Aquino, Chalamcherla, Kozlowski
The City Council has adopted a policy that no new item will begin after 10:30 p.m.  Therefore, if you are here for an item that has not been heard by 10:30 p.m., you may leave, as the item will be continued to a future Council meeting.
1.Proclamation of the Mayor of the City of Folsom Proclaiming April 14-20, 2024 as National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week in the City of Folsom 04-09-24 Staff Report – Proclamation Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.pdf (0.16 MB)
2.Proclamation of the Mayor of the City of Folsom Proclaiming April 21-27, 2024 as Volunteer Appreciation Week and Recognizing the Contribution of the CAPS Volunteers 04-09-24 Staff Report – Proclamation Volunteer Appreciation Week.pdf (0.15 MB)
3.Proclamation of the Mayor of the City of Folsom Proclaiming April 22, 2024, as Earth Day, Celebrated on April 20, 2024 04-09-24 Staff Report – Proclamation Earth Day.pdf (0.15 MB)
4.Proclamation of the Mayor of the City of Folsom Encouraging the Community to Become Involved in Arbor Day 04-09-24 Staff Report – Proclamation Arbor Day.pdf (0.16 MB)
5.Long-Term Liabilities Update – CalPERS and Other Postemployment Benefits 04-09-24 Staff Report – Presentation Long Term Liabilities Update.pdf (0.06 MB)
6.Presentation on the 5-Year City of Folsom Strategic Plan, Implementation Action Plan 04-09-24 Staff Report – Presentation 5 Year Strategic and Implementation Plan.pdf (3.26 MB)
Members of the public are entitled to address the City Council concerning any item within the Folsom City Council’s subject matter jurisdiction.  Public comments are generally limited to no more than three minutes.  Except for certain specific exceptions, the City Council is prohibited from discussing or taking action on any item not appearing on the posted agenda.
Items appearing on the Consent Calendar are considered routine and may be approved by one motion. Councilmembers may pull an item for discussion.
7.Approval of March 12, 2024 Regular Meeting Minutes 04-09-24 Staff Report – City Council Regular Meeting Minutes from 03-12-2024.pdf (0.16 MB)
8.Approval of March 26, 2024 Special and Regular Meeting Minutes 04-09-24 Staff Report – City Council Special and Regular Meeting Minutes from 03-26-2024.pdf (0.27 MB)
9.Resolution No. 11183 – A Resolution Approving Application for Specific Grant Funds from the Budget Act of 2023, in the Amount of $425,000 to the City of Folsom Parks & Recreation Department, for the Johnny Cash Trail Art Experience – Cash’s Pick No. 2 and Appropriation of Funds 04-09-24 Staff Report RES 11183 – Johnny Cash Trail Pick No. 2.pdf (0.20 MB)
10.Resolution No. 11184 – A Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Communications Site License Agreement with CCTM1 LLC, a Delaware Limited Liability Company, at Lembi Park 04-09-24 Staff Report RES 11184 – Commnications Site License Agreement Lembi Park.pdf (0.21 MB)
11.Resolution No. 11185 – A Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute an Amendment to the Contract with Dokken Engineering for Grant Application Assistance for the Folsom Boulevard Bicycle and Pedestrian Overcrossing Project (Contract No. 173-21 22-066) and Appropriation of Funds 04-09-24 Staff Report RES 11185 – Bicycle and Pedestrian Overcrossing Project.pdf (0.25 MB)
12.Resolution No. 11182 – A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Folsom Approving the Issuance of the California Statewide Communities Development Authority of Tax-exempt Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds for Vintage at Folsom 04-09-24 Staff Report RES 11182 – Revenue Bonds for Vintage of Folsom.pdf (0.39 MB)
13.Potential Special Sales Tax Ballot Measure for the November 2024 General Municipal Election and Direction to Staff 04-09-24 Staff Report – Potential Sales Tax Ballot Measure.pdf (0.15 MB)
14.Ordinance No. 1343 – An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Folsom Repealing Chapter 9.64 of the Folsom Municipal Code Pertaining to Trespass (Introduction and First Reading) 04-09-24 Staff Report ORD 1343 – Pertaining to Trespass Intro and First Reading.pdf (0.19 MB)