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Spring-Summer Watering Rules

2015 Spring Watering schedule begins March 8.

Know when to water? If your property ends in an ODD number, you water on Tuesdays and Saturdays. If your property ends in an EVEN number, you water on Wednesdays and Sundays.

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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.

Watch Mayor Johnson's complete 2015 State of the City address or read the transcript.

Learn more about City budget and participate in this fiscal year's process.

IRS certified volunteers will provide free tax preparation for those with incomes of $53,000 or less at several City community centers. In addition, free access to self-preparation software for those earning $60,000 or less is also available through MyFreeTaxes.

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The public podium in the City of Sacramento council chambers

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.


Apr 01 - Single-Use Plastic Bags to be Banned in City of Sacramento

Mar 31 - Next steps for Natomas after end of building moratorium

Mar 26 - City of Sacramento Youth Commission launches Anti-Bullying Campaign

Mar 26 - Nearly 101,000 Tons – Over 98 Percent – of Downtown Plaza Recycled!more


700 Block K Street Project - Building Walkthrough watch


(Part 2) The Honorable Mayor Kevin M. Johnson State of the City Address watch


(Part 1) The Honorable Mayor Kevin M. Johnson State of the City Address watch