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The City of Folsom is developing City’s first comprehensive Local Roadway Safety Plan (LRSP) that would enable the City to identify potential traffic safety projects.


The objectives are to develop a successful LRSP utilizing collision database and traffic safety committee and create a decision-making process that relies on a partnership with stakeholders and public outreach using four “E” of traffic safety: Engineering, Enforcement, Education, and Emergency Services.

The final draft of the LRSP report is now available to view in the Project Updates section. 

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Thank you for participating in the Virtual Workshop. Your input regarding traffic and safety concerns have been utilized to develop the Local Roadway Safety Plan.

Virtual Workshop Is Now Closed

Please kindly check back regarding project updates, or subscribe to receive notifications.

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4/16/2021: The final draft of the LRSP report is now available to view. Please click on the buttons below to view the report and the appendices.

4/12/2021: The public comment period on the draft report has now closed. The draft report has been removed from the project website. Kindly check back for updates on the final report.

2/23/2021: The draft LRSP is now available for public comments. Click on the button below to view the draft report. If you have any comments or suggestions, please visit the Provide Feedback section. [DRAFT REPORT HAS BEEN REMOVED]

4/14/2020: View the Interactive Map section for collisions of all severity that occurred in the City from 2015 to 2019. We are constantly updating the interactive map as the project moves forward.

4/14/2020: Downloadable materials, plans, and reports will be uploaded here when they are available.

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The map below shows collisions of all severity that occurred in the City of Folsom from 2015 to 2019. For any comments or suggestions, please visit the Provide Feedback section.

Updated on 4/14/2020. We are constantly updating this interactive map to display the most up-to-date collision data and findings.



Let us know if you have any comments or suggestions about the draft report by filling the feedback form below.

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For all other matters, please contact:

Mark Rackovan

Engineering Operations Manager, City of Folsom


50 Natoma St

Folsom, CA 95630

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