Plaza Cervantes Improvements

Cervantes Plaza

Cervantes Plaza is a small but well loved neighborhood park adjacent to Freeport Blvd. Situated just north of City College, the park is surrounded by locally owned businesses, while residents use Cervantes for games of frisbee, enjoying a picnic, and many other casual activities. In 2012, the City Council approved a project to reduce the …

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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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Washington Park Movie Night


Want to see a movie in the park that isn’t “Frozen”? This Second Saturday there is a free showing of The Princess Bride in Washington Park, 1631 F Street, put on by your District 4 office! We’ll have food trucks and a beer garden with $2 microbrews that benefits the pets at Front Street Animal …

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Empty Lot Inventory


As new opportunities sprout up to increase the density of residents in the downtown grid, it’s important that we preserve the many single family homes which have defined the character of our Central City. I live in a house that was moved and restored in 1978. That took foresight and is a great example of …

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Read Along at CDF Freedom Schools


I recently visited the CDF Freedom School at Health Professions High School where I enjoyed reading with the children. Together we read a favorite Clifford book and took a few “selfies.” The Children’s Defense Fund sponsored the Freedom School program at the Roberts Family Development Center. This is the first time the program has come …

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Night at the Museum


Children can wear their pajamas or dress up as their favorite movie characters and enjoy festive art activities, live animal shows, drop-in screenings of the film, dancing like an Egyptian, and much, much more! Just like the movie, there are more than a few surprises in store at this night of fun for the entire …

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Sacramento Japanese Film Festival

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The Sacramento Japanese Film Festival presents a three day film festival event featuring five films from the Japanese culture  Opening night is July 18 at 7:30 PM. For more information on films and admission, please visit the event website below.

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Let Them Eat Cake

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Sacramento Self-Help Housing is hosting their 12th annual Let Them Eat Cake fundraiser. This fundraiser enables the SSHH to help the disabled, seniors, and veterans find housing. Homemade cakes will be tasted and judged along with other food and entertainment. Tickets and more information is located on the websites below.

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