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Join us for the 2015 Earth Day Celebration on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at Cesar Chavez Park from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm.
City residents did an outstanding job conserving water in 2014 during this severe drought. A huge reason is the willingness to reduce landscape watering, which can make a big dent in overall household water use.
City Council passed an ordinance that will allow for building to resume in Natomas – commercial development and limited resumption of residential development.
The wait is over. Our Spring/Summer 2015 Recreation Catalog is now available online!
Sacramento has declared a Stage 2 Water Shortage due to the historic drought. Find more information about Stage 2 Water Restrictions, your watering days, or ways to save water in and around your home.
The City and Microsoft have signed a Digital Alliance, pledging to work together to provide technology training specifically to women and girls.
Beginning in 2016, single-use plastic bags will be banned in the City of Sacramento.
City Council approves ordinance to end building ban following FEMA approval of new flood zone status
Youth Commission members take on bullying
Refunds coming to some North Natomas property owners.
City Council approves Jeff Koons sculpture for ESC plaza.
Learn more about City budget and participate in this fiscal year's process.
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The Sacramento City Council meets every Tuesday at 6:00 p.m unless otherwise noted. Upcoming meeting materials, archived video meetings, and contracts for review by council are available online.
City of Sacramento Youth Commission to beautify City Hall http://wp.me/p3ZwPQ-Lqmore
The Great Scott Road Bike & Walk Event http://wp.me/p3ZwPQ-Ldmore
City PD Lieutenant Glen Faulkner named Power Inn Alliance’s ‘Top Cop’ http://wp....more
City signs with Microsoft to encourage women and girls to get into technology fi...more
700 Block K Street Project - Building Walkthrough
(Part 2) The Honorable Mayor Kevin M. Johnson State of the City Address
(Part 1) The Honorable Mayor Kevin M. Johnson State of the City Address
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