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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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City Utilities and SacState Work Together to Reduce Impacts of Run Off to the American River

In 2014, the City of Sacramento Department of Utilities and California State University, Sacramento (Sacramento State) landed a $3 million stormwater grant from the State Water Resources Control Board Proposition 84 Stormwater Grant Program. 331 more words

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City Hall fountain operating for the first time in 18 months

The City continues to conserve water and for the first time in 18 months, the fountain in the breezeway between Old City Hall and New City Hall is once again operating. 88 more words

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City Partners with Global Parking Tech Leader to Design Innovative App

New app is part of a region-wide public education effort highlighting the variety of transportation options available to get to downtown and Golden 1 Center. 321 more words

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Turtle relocation underway at McKinley Park Pond

If you are on the list for turtle adoptions, you may be able to bring your new green friend home soon!

Early this morning, staff from the… 253 more words

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The 4th “R” celebrates their 30 year anniversary TODAY!

Today, The 4th “R” is celebrating their 30 year anniversary at each one of their 18 sites. Stop by any of the sites and enjoy sweets, balloons, carnival games, and more! 100 more words

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Historic J Street clock to be temporarily removed for repair

The Historic Fred Mayes Clock, located on the corner of 10th and J Streets, will be temporarily removed for repair beginning June 28.

The City has conducted a thorough diagnostic and found that the entire clock needs to be removed from its base and taken to a professional workshop to be repaired and resealed to prevent future damages.  98 more words

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