City of Folsom, California

Population (Year): 81224  (2021)

The City of Folsom faces several infrastructure challenges, including the need to upgrade and maintain its aging water and wastewater systems to meet increasing demands from a growing population. In addition, the city’s transportation system requires improvements to alleviate congestion, enhance safety, and accommodate the needs of pedestrians and bicyclists. The city also faces challenges related to the maintenance and expansion of its parks and recreation facilities, as well as the ongoing maintenance and repair of its buildings and other municipal infrastructure. Finally, the city is focused on upgrading and expanding its broadband infrastructure to improve internet connectivity and support economic growth.

City of Folsom

Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan

Project ID

Project Title

Project Start Year

Project Description

Project Spend Total

Page Ref

Project Satus


Briggs Mini Park


“Briggs Mini Park is included in the adopted Parks and Recreation Master
Plan – 2015 Update. The park site is situated on Porto Drive, close to
Briggs Ranch Drive. It is approximately 2.1 acres with low intensity use
programmed. A small turf area for open play, a small group picnic area
and play area will be developed. More than half of the area will be
reserved for oak woodland enhancement plantings. No on-site parking
will be provided, requiring most park users to travel by foot or bicycle.”



Not Started


Catlin Park North


“Catlin Park North is an undeveloped 9.2 acre park site located between
Russi Road and Blue Ravine Road across from Catlin Park. This park is
to be developed with a small soccer field, group picnic area, play
equipment, parking lot, and oak woodland plantings. It is included in the
adopted Parks and Recreation Master Plan – 2015 Update.”



Not Started


Dan Russell Rodeo Arena Improvements


“Improvements to the Dan Russell Rodeo Arena facility, including but not
limited to lighting, drainage, seating, fencing, and underground



Not Started


Russell Ranch Park


“This project is located on Empire Ranch Road in the Empire Ranch
development. The Parks and Recreation Master Plan – 2015 Update
proposes development of 5.75 acres. Planned improvements include
ranching themed development, community gardens, children’s play area,
group picnic area, restroom, and parking.”



Not Started


FPA Community Park West


“This project is located on Mangini Parkway and Prairie City Road in the
Folsom Plan Area south of Highway 50 and is included in The Parks and
Recreation Master Plan – 2015 Update. Planned improvements for the
47.9 acre site include a lighted soccer field, lighted ball fields, basketball
court, tennis court, volleyball court, play areas, group picnic areas, spray
park, skate park, dog park, community clubhouse, parking lot, park
maintenance yard, and miscellaneous site furnishings.”



Not Started

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