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Let transit take you this October during the Sacramento region’s Try Transit campaign. In addition to the environmental benefits of taking transit, you can also ride to avoid traffic congestion, save money and time, and decrease stress. 122 more words
City customers enjoy the highest quality water service, with all drinking water quality measurements meeting or surpassing all State and Federal drinking water standards, as Department of Utilities staff explained at the Sacramento City Council meeting on Sept. 235 more words
The SacPark Reservation System is live as of Thursday, September 1! Sacramento residents and visitors attending events at the Golden 1 Center, and venues throughout the Central City, will now have the ability to reserve a spot ahead of time at any of the City’s garages or at a Certified Partner parking facility. 199 more words
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
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
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