Board Approves Ordinances to Prohibit Camping

Formal adoption scheduled for August 23 

Board of Supervisors meeting, August 10, 2022  

From SACCOUNTY NEWS, August 12, 2022

On August 10, 2022, the Board of Supervisors approved two ordinances addressing camping and encampments near critical infrastructure such as levees and government buildings, wildfire and flood risk areas during severe weather, near shelters for persons experiencing homelessness, youth-serving facilities and a separate ordinance prohibiting camping on the entire stretch of the American River and Dry Creek Parkways. The Board will formally adopt the two approved ordinances on August 23 and they will go into effect 30 days later.

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Read the full ordinance to learn more about Parkway-specific rules.

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