PCWA has adopted new drought emergency regulatins as mandated by the State Water Resources Control Board. Outdoor watering is limited to 2 days per week. For more information and a list of other state mandated regulations adopted by PCWA, go to the following link: PCWA New Release 8/1/2014
Due to the Drought Conditions and State Mandated Emergency Water Regulations, the Water Spray Pad at Blue Anchor Park will close on Friday August 8, 2014.
Caltrans will begin work to raise the vertical clearance of nine structures in Placer County that cross Interstate 80. The overcrossings include eight vehicle bridges and one railroad trestle from the Brace Road overcrossing in Loomis to the Magra Road overcrossing east of Colfax. Work will begin in the summer of 2014 and go through the fall of 2015. For more information and updates on the project to to the following website: CalTrans RAISE80
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Contact Town Hall at 916.652.1840 if interested in volunteer opportunities.
The Town of Loomis is a quaint, family-oriented community. Established in 1850 and incorporated in 1984, Loomis retains its rural character and charm with its large residential lots and custom homes, an old-fashioned downtown, and woodlands with natural streams and rolling hillsides.
Loomis is located along Interstate 80 in Placer County. Citizens can choose to participate in the hottest job market in California, shop at a variety of businesses located in and around Loomis, or spend a quiet and serene afternoon in the country side. Loomis is close to diverse recreational opportunities- the Town is only ten minutes from Folsom Lake and a little over an hour away from either Lake Tahoe or the San Francisco Bay.
For those who are looking for an alternative to the conventional subdivision and tract homes, Loomis is a wonderful place to call home.