Loomis town Council

Council makes key finding in pipeline project

Plans for a proposed sewer pipeline, which, if built, will allow continued development in Loomis, advanced Aug. 11 when the Loomis Town Council approved a key environmental report. ...

Loomis loitering ordinance takes effect next month

An ordinance banning loitering in Loomis, specifically at the train depot, will go into effect Aug. 14. The Loomis Town Council voted unanimously to approve the ordinance at its ...

Couple sends letter to Council

Our family has resided in Loomis for over 25 years.  We moved here for the rural lifestyle and the small community environment.  We have raised our family here and benefi ...

Couple sends letter to Council

Our family has resided in Loomis for over 25 years. We moved here for the rural lifestyle and the small community environment. We have raised our family here and benefitted from th ...

Loomis finances on Town Council agenda

Revenue for the town of Loomis is expected to exceed expenses in the next year by more than $74,000, according to the proposed budget for 2015-2016. The preliminary operating budg ...

Council tries to keep library open

The Loomis Town Council sent a letter, dated April 28, to the Placer County Board of Supervisors, asking for a year to develop a community-based plan to prevent the Loomis Library ...

Bickford Ranch development starting up again

After a five-year hiatus, the Bickford Ranch development located between Loomis and Lincoln is being revived. Revisions to the Placer County Board of Supervisors-approved pla ...

Former Loomis mayor Calvert sues political action group

Former Loomis Mayor Sandra Calvert is suing a political action group, saying its defamatory campaign ad lost her the 2014 election. Sandra Calvert filed a lawsuit in Sacrament ...

The Blue Goose Event Center was cited by resident Ed Patterson as being too noisy for three consecutive nights.

 Ed Patterson was in the comfort of his Thornwood Drive home last December when he detected an “intruder.”  There was no one in his yard or breaking into the ...

Residents encouraged to help landscape Saturday for Cpl. Hotaling

Loomis Town Council member Dave Wheeler will wear gardening gloves Saturday morning and hopes other residents will join him with their gloves and gardening equipment for a good cau ...

Placer County Republican Party forges Nov. 4 election slate

LOOMIS – A Placer County Republican Party endorsing convention gave GOP support Saturday to a slate of candidates in local-government elections Nov. 4. The list includes cit ...

Scherer resigns, Ucovich appointed interim mayor

Mayor Walt Scherer officially resigned from Loomis Town Council at the Oct. 8 meeting, marking the end to 27 years of service to the town. Council appointed Councilmember Miguel U ...

New tree fee ordinance up for approval

The Loomis Town Council will have a first look at proposed changes to the Loomis Tree Ordinance at their Tuesday Oct. 8 meeting. The proposed ordinance revisions have been years i ...

Is Scherer trying to fire his planning commissioner?

Loomis Mayor Walt Scherer is accused of proposing changes to the Municipal Code so he can remove his appointed planning commissioner Janet Thew from office without involving the re ...

Council aims for greenhouse gas reduction

The Loomis Town Council authorized a new report aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.  The Strategic Energy Resources Report provides a tool for forecasting gas emissio ...