With the primary election coming up in just over a month, Citrus Heights voters can expect to receive their sample ballot pamphlets in the mail this week — if they haven’t already — according to a press release by the Sacramento County Registrar of Voters.
A final community meeting to discuss the potential relocation and construction of a new city hall for Citrus Heights has been scheduled for April 30.
The meeting is the last in a series of City-hosted community discussions, following a proposal by Dignity Health last year to build a 66,000 square feet medical office building in place of the existing hall on Fountain Square Drive.
Although a final decision is not expected until July, the city council selected a preliminary “preferred design” and site for the proposal at an April 10 study session, selecting 7625 Antelope Rd. as the best location to move city hall.
The Citrus Heights Water District announced that its customers reduced water use by 27 percent in response to a Stage 3 water warning, according to an April water supply update by the District.
“CHWD thanks its customers for this outstanding conservation effort and asks everyone to keep up the good work,” read the April update, which also emphasized that customers are still asked to continue reducing water use by 20 percent. “Continuing to conserve water now can help extend our water supplies for the year ahead.”
At a special meeting tonight, the Citrus Heights city council will decide on a location for the proposal to build a new city hall. “We encourage community involvement and hope you can attend this session of the City Council when the City Council discusses and selects the site for a proposed new City Hall,” read an email alert sent out […]
“Zero tolerance” is what the Citrus Heights Police Dept. is promising, as it joins a month-long enforcement and education campaign to curb hand-held cellphone use while driving.
The campaign is part of April’s nationwide “Distracted Driving Awareness Month,” and seeks to emphasize that phone calls and texts aren’t worth the risk of getting into an accident and endangering ones self or others, according to a press release by CHPD.
The National Safety Council estimates that over 275,000 cellphone-involved crashes have occurred this year, and an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety study found that drivers using their phones are four times more likely to get into an injury collision.
Citrus Heights is continuing its effort to gather community input as it considers a proposal to replace –and possibly move– its existing city hall. Three community workshops have been hosted this year by the City in order to gather input on design ideas and preferred location for a new hall. More workshops have been scheduled as well. Upcoming meetings to […]
Every fourth Friday, Sacramento County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan has been holding a “Community Cabinet Meeting” at the Citrus Heights Denny’s, as part of an effort to stay in touch with those in her district. During February’s meeting, MacGlashan gave an update on a recent CPS accountability report, and brought in a “surprise guest” from RegionalSan to give an update on […]
About 80 residents gathered around tables Wednesday night with pens out and drawing pads handy, ready to give their input on design ideas for the proposal to build a new City Hall in Citrus Heights. “This was a tremendous success,” said Facility Manager Chris Myers. “With all of the conversation going on, and the dialogue, and everybody having input… this […]
A hearing scheduled for March 12, 2014 will allow for the public to give input on RegionalSan’s proposed rate increase.