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City preparing to give updates on first shelter of its kind, Winter Triage Center in North Sacramento

A first-of-its-kind, City-funded, Winter Triage Center opened its doors to the City’s most chronically homeless in North Sacramento in early December, 2017.  As the shelter is more than half-way through its operational period, City staff are preparing to give City Council members and the community a mid-season report in the coming weeks.  155 more words

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Join the City and SACOG for a Bike Share Open House!

The City of Sacramento in partnership with SACOG, and the Cities of West Sacramento, and Davis will be rolling out a full bike share program beginning May 2018. 145 more words

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2017 Winter Triage Shelter prepares to open to serve those in need December through March

In partnership with Volunteers of America (VOA), the City of Sacramento is opening a 2017 Winter Triage Shelter to bring services and housing to those most in need. 382 more words

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Bring your thoughts to the Creative Edge December Neighborhood Meetings

Creative Edge would like to invite you and your neighborhood to the December Creative Edge Neighborhood Discussion Workshop Meetings. These event are intended for area business owners, parents, artists, cultural program leaders, entrepreneurs, and all residents interested in shaping the future of Sacramento. 183 more words

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How to prepare for a flood

The winter season is just around the corner, and with it can come heavy rains and the potential for flooding. Despite the unpredictability of mother nature, you can prepare for a flooding emergency before it happens. 353 more words

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Leaf Season Starts November 1 for Residential Yard Waste Collection

First Day Out – November 1, 2017, Last Day Out – January 31, 2018

City of Sacramento residential customers can legally place yard waste piles in the street for collection during the City’s designated leaf season of November, December and January. 365 more words

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Sacramento cracking down on illegal marijuana grow houses

City of Sacramento institutes steeper fines and enforcement to push cannabis cultivation out of residential neighborhoods and toward a legal operation.

There are between 800 and 1,000 residential homes in the City of Sacramento that have been converted into sophisticated cultivation operations, as seen at 7500 Collingwood Street today. 439 more words

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