Folsom Outdoor Dining Program approved and scheduled to go into effect

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As of October 27, 2022

Folsom, CA – At a meeting on Tuesday, September 27 Folsom City Council He approved a decree to make the outdoor dining permit program permanent, effective October 27.

The program regulates outdoor dining and frames the application and approval process for restaurants seeking to use portions of city-owned property and street parking spaces for outdoor dining. It replaces a similar temporary program set up under an emergency order to help support restaurants after COVID-19-related closures for indoor dining.


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After reviewing the local emergency declaration for COVID-19 on August 23, the city council directed employees to bring in a work item to end the local emergency while maintaining the outdoor dining permit process.

Under the new programme:

  • The permits will be valid for 12 months and can be renewed.
  • Anyone with an existing permit under the emergency order will need to apply for a new outdoor dining permit and the corresponding trespassing permit under the new law.
  • The City will review applications to determine the appropriateness and suitability of a proposed use of parking on a city street or public property owned by the City for outdoor dining.
  • The use of a city street or city-owned property shall not interfere with vehicular and pedestrian traffic or enter below Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • Businesses must comply with all applicable state and county laws and regulations relating to outdoor dining, including the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages.

For more information, contact the Folsom City Department of Community Development at 916-461-6200 or [email protected]

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