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General Plan update open houses scheduled this September

Three open houses will take place in September to provide an overview and answer questions regarding the 2035 General Plan update. City planners will  provide information on the five key changes to the plan, which can be found on the project… 53 more words

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Which image speaks Sacramento? Pick your top #mysacramento photo

Sacramento, you’ve made us proud. After receiving an overwhelming amount of photos — more than 4,000 #mysacramento tags on Instagram and Twitter combined to be exact — we’ve narrowed them down to the top 15.  61 more words

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City's credit rating upgraded

CITY TREASURER ANNOUNCES STANDARD AND POOR’S UPGRADES CITY OF SACRAMENTO’S CREDIT RATING TO AA-

Today, City of Sacramento Treasurer Russ Fehr announced that the Standard and Poor’s (S&P) Credit Rating Agency has upgraded its Issuer Credit Rating for the City of Sacramento from A+ to AA-.  156 more words

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Woman, 26, Arrested For Illegal Dumping

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The City of Sacramento says that a 26-year-old woman has been arrested for illegal dumping.

The arrest stems from a Feb. 2014 incident. 138 more words

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311 call center phones impacted by system upgrade Friday evening

The City of Sacramento 311 Call Center will be affected as a result of a city-wide phone system upgrade this Friday.  The upgrade will take place between 6 p.m. 80 more words

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Guy West Bridge restoration getting started

The City is starting work next week to repair and repaint the Guy West bike and pedestrian bridge over the American River near CSU-Sacramento. The bridge will remain open with a narrower bridge path during the project except for a limited number of weekend closures that will be publicized in advance. 222 more words

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Sacramento Fire Department Encourages Fourth of July Safety

As the Fourth of July holiday quickly approaches, the City of Sacramento reminds residents to stay safe while celebrations are underway. Fireworks, barbecues, camping, and picnics are often activities to ring in the holiday, but it’s important to exercise caution while outdoors. 239 more words

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