Sac County

Scott Road closed for Bike and Walk Event

Sacramento County and the City of Folsom are hosting the third annual Bike and Walk event on Scott Road (U.S. 50 to Latrobe Road) on Sunday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Scott Road and other area roadways will be closed to through motor vehicles so bicyclists and walkers can enjoy the scenic rural road without the presence of vehicles. See the attached file for an event flyer and map.

County finances continue as a concern

Roberta MacGlashan

Sacramento County District 4 Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan's latest community meeting covered county finance issues and local development news. County Executive Bradley J. Hudson was the guest speaker at Thursday's meeting, held at the Community Services District Building. Read more »

Community meeting features county executive

Residents are invited to attend a community meeting hosted by Sacramento County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan at 7 p.m. at the Community Services District Administration Building. The guest speaker is Brad Hudson, Sacramento County executive officer since 2011. MacGlashan holds periodic meetings throughout District 4, which includes Rancho Murieta.

Roadwork ahead for Scott Road intersection

The Sacramento County Department of Transportation has announced that the intersection of Scott Road and White Rock Road will be closed to traffic -- including vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists -- in all directions from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. the weekend of April 19-22 for an intersection improvement project. The department suggests U.S. 50 as an alternative route during the overnight closures.

A chance to see criminal justice up close

If you want to learn about the criminal justice system or assist the Sheriff's Department,  now is the time. The Citizens Academy begins April 9 and the Sheriff's Department is seeking men and women interested in becoming members of the Volunteers in Partnership with the Sheriff program. Read more »

Two-hour power outage hits Rancho Murieta

SMUD crew

SMUD workers repaired a power pole on Jackson Road Sunday morning.  Wind had snapped the pole at its base.

Red square Inside: Four more photos from the storm

[Updated 8:45 p.m.] Weather caused a two-hour power outage in Rancho Murieta Sunday morning, dousing traffic lights on Jackson Road and leaving more than 1,000 households without power.  Also dark was the Country Club, where kids at the annual Santa Brunch sat on Santa's lap by candlelight. Repair work continued into Sunday night. Read more »

MacGlashan looks at fire tax, park planning

At her most recent community meeting, Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan offered information about the new fire fee the state has imposed. The possibility of partnering with the county to use parkland the county owns here was discussed, and MacGlashan heard criticism of development proposed for land outside the county's urban policy area. Read more »

MacGlashan to hold community meeting

Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan, Rancho Murieta's representative on the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors, will host a community meeting 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, at the Community Services District Building. The guest speaker is Jeff Leatherman, director of county regional parks. MacGlashan holds community meetings throughout District 4 on a regular basis.

So far, no mosquitoes found with West Nile

Mosquito

The number of birds found with West Nile virus in Rancho Murieta continues to climb -- 10 in the last six weeks -- and officials say spraying to kill mosquitoes here won’t happen until the virus is found in mosquitoes in this area. Read more »

Stonehouse Road faces closings next week

Road repairs on Stonehouse Road, which were expected to be complete Friday, will carry into next week, the county Department of Transportation announced Wednesday.  The road will be closed in both directions from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Wednesday.  Only Stonehouse Road residents will have access, and they could experience delays. Read more »

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