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Community feedback wanted to determine what’s uniquely Sacramento

Today, the City of Sacramento released a community wide survey aimed to uncover what is uniquely Sacramento.

Part of a comprehensive research project, this effort will help develop Sacramento’s position in the marketplace. 65 more words


City's credit rating upgraded


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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Capitol Box Public Art Project Begins Downtown

Adorned with colorful art, this week, 28 utility boxes will be dressed up as part of a public art display throughout downtown. A project sponsored by the Capitol Area Development Authority (CADA) and the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission (SMAC), will activate key utility boxes throughout a portion of downtown Sacramento. 219 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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Illegal dumping is a crime and a blight on our neighborhoods.

The City of Sacramento is cracking down on illegal dumpers. The RID campaign encourages citizens to report illegal dumping and offers generous rewards if the information leads to a citation or a conviction. 231 more words

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Is your landscape River Friendly?

The City of Sacramento Department of Utilities offers the “River Friendly Landscaping” program to help customers remove their front yard turf and replace it with native and drought tolerant plants. 190 more words

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Your Sacramento, or #MySacramento?

Seems like its everyone’s Sacramento! Last week we asked you to show us what makes this great city tick, by tagging your photos and tweets with #MySacramento. 103 more words

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