Parking enforcement high priority?
Folsom, Calif.- Formed by the Folsom City Council in 2019, the 11-member Historic District Parking Solutions Ad Hoc Committee developed a list of possible solutions for the parking issues in the district.
One of the committee’s high-priority recommendations was to increase the frequency and scope of parking enforcement. In November, the Folsom City Council approved an increase in parking fines.
Parking tickets have increased from $25 to $75 in the Historic District. The increase only applies in the Historic District, bounded by and including Coloma Street, Leidesdorff Street, Folsom Boulevard, and Natoma Street.