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Neighborhood Services

Sacramento neighborhood

Neighborhood Services equips Sacramento's diverse residents with resources to revitalize, maintain and promote healthy communities. We believe a great neighborhood means neighbors knowing each other and having access to available resources. We look to facilitate dialogue and create collaboration opportunities among neighborhood groups, City officials, City departments, and other community stakeholders. 

Neighborhood news

  • Come and join us for 2015 Earth Day Celebration on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at Cesar Chavez Park at 910 I Street from 9:00am-2:00pm.  This great event will be filled with environmental education, live entertainment and a lot of fun.  More details to follow.

  • City Management Academy. At this time, we have completed recruitment for the 2015 City Management Academy.  First class starts on February 18th. 

  • Neighborhood DirectorySearch the Neighborhood Directory to find groups in your neighborhood.

  • Tidbits Bi-Weekly NewsletterBi-weekly news from Neighborhood Services. Find many exciting and entertaining events to do in the City of Sacramento. Sign up to receive Tidbits via email. Volume 5 Issue # 4, February 19 2015

  • Free tax preparation services.  Are your household earnings $53000 per year or less? You might qualify for free tax return preparation through VITA services. Please click here for eligibility criteria and locations.

  • BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND IN 2015  - Community Partnership Meeting.  The Neighborhood Services Division hosts the Community Partnership Meeting to facilitate
    broad communication between the City and the community on issues, policies, and priorities.  Please click here for more information.

  • On February 17th 2015, Leo and Mary Ann Lujan, former leaders of Robla Park Community Association were recognized by Sacramento City Council for many years of outstanding community service.

Picture of Mary Ann and Leo Lujan at Sacramento City Council