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Town Council, Planning Commission to meet next week

The configuration of the parking lot at Loomis Depot Park will be presented to the Loomis Planning Commission and the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Committee at a special combin ...

Signal light at Swetzer and King roads to reduce traffic congestion

A new traffic signal being planned for the intersection of Swetzer and King roads is expected to relieve traffic congestion. “It’s a great thing,” said Steve Dietz, owner of ...

Loomis taps firm to design new park

A new park that will stretch from the Loomis Depot to Walnut Street just got one step closer to becoming a reality. Omni-Means, an engineering and planning firm, was chosen by the ...

Meeting tonight on bridge closures

Plans by Caltrans to close Loomis bridges over Interstate 80 for several months will devastate Loomis businesses, a town official said. “Times are tough. This would really hurt ...

Loomis, Rocklin to fight Caltrans

Loomis and Rocklin are getting together and it’s not in a courtroom. Rocklin councilman Peter Hill calls it a “new era” of cooperation and Loomis mayor Gary Liss calls it ...

Town goes for the green

The Town of Loomis is going after its fair share of green money to help save energy. Town staff members are processing an application to the California Energy Commission’s Ene ...

Town of Loomis aiming for master plan balance

The Town of Loomis and its consultants are trying to find a balance between competing needs. During recent public meetings and workshops, MIG has been wading through issues and opi ...

Loomis is one step closer to new home

Renovations began this week on the new Loomis town hall in a historic building on Taylor Road. According to Brian Fragiao, director of public works/town engineer, Melnikov Construc ...

Twister blows back into town after recent storm

After five days on his own, Twister is back home. That’s Twister, the horse, who broke loose during last week’s wind and rainstorm that also knocked out power to hundreds of Lo ...

Town master plan still taking shape

Roundabouts, center medians, horse and bike trails, plazas, dog, skate or water parks – all could be part of Loomis’ future. These ideas, plus many others, are being bantered a ...