The Mission of the Placer County Association of REALTORS® is to be the leading advocate of the real estate industry; to enhance the REALTOR® image; to promote professionalism and ethical standards; to provide members with education and resources; to serve the communities in which we do business; and to build valuable alliances locally and statewide to promote private property rights
270 Technology Way Suite #100
The Board of Supervisors is the governing body of the County and certain special districts. The Board enacts ordinances and resolutions, adopts the annual budget, approves contracts, appropriates funds, determines land use zoning for the unincorporated area, and appoints certain County officers, including the CEO and members of various boards and commissions.
175 Fulweiler Ave.
Placer County continues to be one of the fastest growing business communities in California. World class recreation, a wide range of available housing, from affordable to executive, clean and safe schools and neighborhoods, an educated workforce, a nearby international airport and the choice of rural, urban and suburban living create unique lifestyle opportunities.
See for yourself why so many people find Placer County a wonderful place to live, work and play!
145 Fulweiler Ave. Suite #100
The Placer County Sheriff’s Office serves the people of Placer County by providing law enforcement to the unincorporated areas, from the Sacramento County line to the Nevada state line at Lake Tahoe, plus providing contract law enforcement services to the city of Colfax and the township of Loomis.
The South Placer Substation is located in Loomis and covers the area from Newcastle to Sacramento County line. The communities served by the substation include Newcastle, Ophir, Penryn, Loomis, Granite Bay, the West Roseville/Dry Creek area, Sunset Estates, Rural Lincoln and Sheridan.
6140 Horseshoe Bar Rd.
Placer County Water Agency encompasses the entire 1,500-square-mile boundary of Placer County ranging from the rim of the Sacramento Valley on the west to the Sierra Nevada and Lake Tahoe on the east. PCWA is headquartered in Auburn, the county seat of Placer County, in California’s beautiful Gold Country.
144 Ferguson Rd.
P.O. Box 6570-Mailing
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
Contact Town Hall at 916.652.1840 if interested in volunteer opportunities.
3665 Taylor Rd.
WHAT WE DO
Our mission is to discover, appraise, and assess all taxable real and personal property within Placer County. We strive to perform this task in a timely, accurate, and cost effective manner. Our office is committed to providing the highest level of customer service, and providing the community with accurate property and assessment information.
The County Clerk-Recorder-Elections Office is responsible for various public services. The County Clerk’s Office issues marriage licenses, performs marriage ceremonies, and flies vital records, fictitious business name statements, notary bonds, and other professional registrations. The County Recorder’s Office records and archives real property records and processes passports applications. The Elections Office conducts federal, state, municipal, school district and special district elections, registers voters, creates maintains election precinct boundaries.