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The 2016 Amgen Tour of California will celebrate its finale in Sacramento, California’s state capital, on Sunday, May 22.
Sacramento is centrally located in Northern California, nestled in a fertile valley between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe. Named “The City of Trees” and “America’s Farm to Fork Capital” Sacramento is a beautiful and unique city...
Imagine living in a Sacramento where so-called “leaders” don’t try to thwart the public will, don’t believe taxpayer money belongs to those who can grab it any way they can and don’t hop aboard half-baked financing schemes. I know, that’s … Continue reading →
Strategic Plan Community Meeting@ Kit Carson Tuesday, May 3, 2016 – 6:00pm – 7:30pm Join SCUSD school board members and leadership to hear an update on the 2016-2021 Strategic Plan Free childcare and refreshments will be provided. Spanish and Hmong interpretation available at all … Continue reading →
Elena Macaluso joins us to discuss the Crocker Art Museum Block-by-Block events. Over the course of the Summer, the Crocker will be throwing a free party in a different community location featuring artists, musicians, community groups, dancers, DJs, urban gardeners, poets, performers, culinary artists, and creative souls for a party you will not...
The City of Sacramento Department of Parks and Recreation wants to know how you feel about your parks. Complete a quick Parks Customer Satisfaction Survey and give them 2 minutes for your 2 cents. The survey asks you to focus on only … Continue reading →
Take a hay ride, visit farm animals and enjoy live entertainment during the 27th annual KIDS DAY IN THE PARK. Saturday FREE Get your picture taken with Star Wars characters, see wildlife shows and enjoy crafts at Sacramento Zoo’s STAR WARS DAY. Saturday Celebrate PLACER NATURE CENTER’s 25TH ANNIVERSARY with animals and music. Saturday...
In contradiction to the current obesity epidemic is the surprising but static increase of the consumption of water by Americans. According to an article on Quartz entitled Charted: US consumption of bottled water has finally caught up to soda the steady decrease of soda consumption is parallel to the steady increase of water consumption...
By Alan Hirsch Zoning codes were designed to protect both neighborhoods and downtowns, and have enjoyed past success in doing this. However, many zoning codes have become frozen in place, failing to evolve to meet a community’s housing, business and commercial needs. As a result, every significant project in these communities request code “variances”...