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Response to water taste and water clarity issues

Two water quality concerns related to aesthetics have been reported.   These two aesthetic concerns are temporary, separate and not related in any way.

The first is that water in the South area of the City has been described as “mossy” or “earthy” in flavor recently. 179 more words

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Get a Property Tax Break for Urban Agriculture

Money does grow on trees with Urban Ag Incentives

The Community Development Department is accepting Urban Agriculture Incentive Zone applications. This program was created to encourage property owners to dedicate their vacant lots to urban agriculture uses for a period of five years and, in return, receive a property tax reduction. 175 more words

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Streetcar Project Receives $30 Million State Grant

Funding allows project to move forward with the 3.3-mile initial line that will extend from West Sacramento to Downtown.

The City of Sacramento is excited to announce the award of a $30 million state grant today that will allow the Downtown/Riverfront Streetcar project to move forward. 439 more words

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Come and celebrate the 33rd Annual National Night Out tonight!

On Tuesday, August 2, 2016, the 33rd Annual National Night Out will be taking place in communities and neighborhoods throughout Sacramento and the nation.

Over 60 neighborhoods throughout the city of Sacramento are planning events such as block parties, barbeques, ice cream socials, and other neighborhood social activities. 112 more words

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City seeks mixed-use tenants at Historic Sacramento Valley Station

Future tenants can expect historical features and prime location near Golden 1 Center and planned Railyards Development.

City of Sacramento announced a Request for Proposals… 261 more words

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Old City Cemetery Chapel Renovations and several Public Works projects have been recognized by APWA

Awards will be presented at the annual luncheon on Friday, July 29

The City’s project to restore the Old City Cemetery Chapel was awarded the 2016 Historical Restoration/Preservation Project of the Year by the… 212 more words

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Meet the City's Active Transportation Program Specialist, Jennifer Donlon Wyant

Jennifer Donlon Wyant is the new Active Transportation Program Specialist for the Department of Public Works. As such, Jennifer reviews development projects for bicycle and pedestrian circulation, identifies ways to improve conditions for walking and bicycling, and leads projects to encourage more trips by bicycle or walking. 163 more words

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