Community Meeting to Discuss Proposed Changes to On-Street Parking: August 12

COMMUNITY MEETING

The City’s Parking Division has proposed changes to on-street parking. The goal is to provide consumers with greater flexibility and to increase efficiency of street parking. The Parking Division has reached out to Central City business organizations for feedback and there has been initial support, but the proposed changes are still being evaluated. If changes …

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July 23 – Open House: Broadway Bridge Feasibility Study

Join us! The Cities of West Sacramento and Sacramento are hosting a joint community open house to share information and discuss the Broadway Bridge Feasibility Study. This early planning phase study will evaluate the feasibility of a new bridge across the Sacramento River downstream of the Pioneer Bridge. Visit information stations with maps and illustrations of the proposed project area, project overview and …

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New Budget Process

Fiscal Year 2015/16 budget process The public is invited to learn more about our City budget and participate in this fiscal year’s process. The following is the tentative schedule for budget-related workshops and council meetings, culminating in the adoption of the fiscal year 2015/16 operating and capital improvement project budgets on June 9. Monday, Feb. …

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Fix50 Begins Aprill 22

Fix50 Construction begins Tuesday, April 22. The construction will cause major traffic delays on Sacramento freeways. Fix 50 is a Caltrans project that involves a complete resurfacing, repair of cracks and seismic strengthening of the W/X viaduct (Highway 50 between 18th and 24th streets). Lane reductions on the highway and some ramp and highway connection closures …

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2014 March Newsletter

View this email in your browser  . Councilmember Hansen’s District 4 Newsletter March 2014 Sacramento’s La Valentina Receives National Honors for Smart Growth Achievement Sacramento’s La Valentina was honored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as winner of the 2013 National Award for Smart Growth Achievement. It was selected from 77 project in 31 …

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2014 February Newsletter

View this email in your browser Councilmember Hansen’s District 4 Newsletter February 2014 Lock, Take, Hide Hits Our City Streets In partnership with the Sacramento Police Department, we have sponsored a citywide program to prevent smash and grab vehicular burglaries. Lock, Take, Hide reminds people of the importance of locking your car, taking your keys …

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New Arts Grant Available

I’m excited to share the following information regarding available arts grants from the California Arts Council Applications are now being accepted for new and existing grant programs supporting arts education, arts and juvenile justice programs, and arts initiatives aimed at improving communities across the state. Webinars reviewing detailed program guidelines for new grant programs will …

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Deadline for Comments on Entertainment and Sports Center Project Draft EIR Nears

The City of Sacramento will be accepting comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) for the Entertainment and Sports Center (ESC) project until 5 p.m. on Friday, January 31. The DEIR and all comments received for the project are available on the City’s website. To provide comments on the DEIR, contact Scott Johnson at srjohnson@cityofsacramento.org.

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January Newsletter

View this email in your browser Councilmember Hansen’s District 4 Newsletter January 2014 Council Approves Lease Agreement for Studio for the Performing Arts On December 17, 2013, the City Council unanimously voted to move forward a plan for the former Fremont School for Adults. The site will soon be the home and practice venue for …

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