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City Manager Receives 2014 Nat'l Public Service Award

City Manager John Shirey speaks during a reception

City Manager John Shirey has been selected to receive the National Academy of Public Administration's  2014 National Public Service Award for his outstanding and lasting contributions to public service.

CITY NEWS

The City's Household Junk Pickup program is now accepting appointments for 2015. 

City of Sacramento has best water conservation savings in 100 Years! Water usage is at an all-time low since 1914.

Sacramento City Manager John F. Shirey will be presented with the Wes McClure Award of Distinction at the League of California Cities City Managers’ Department Meeting.

New Parkmobile app allows users to pay for parking using their cell phones.

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.

Leaf Season continues through January 31. Find out what you can put in your pile and get an estimate of when leaf collection will occur on your street.

Download the free Sacramento 311 Android phone app, iPhone app or web service.

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