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Citrus Heights city manager promises ‘increased accountability’ after court ruling on camping

The Citrus Heights City Manager last week celebrated the “landmark” City of Grants Pass v. Johnson Supreme Court decision in a message to residents…

7 local pizza places to try in Citrus Heights

While Citrus Heights boasts several mainstay national pizza establishments that offer places for residents to gather together, we’ve collected a list of seven independent and smaller chain pizza restaurants and…

New thrift store to fill former Dollar N More storefront in Citrus Heights

Another new thrift store plans to open in August in the space formerly filled by Dollar N More…

What to know about SJUSD’s new dress code: what’s allowed, what’s not?

The San Juan Unified School District School Board last month approved revisions to its dress and grooming policy and…

Resident seeks to boost involvement in Citrus Heights neighborhood

Citrus Heights resident Elyjah Wilbur is working to help turn his once-inactive neighborhood area to the north of Interstate 80 into an “active and thriving” group of residents…

$2.19M construction contract approved for Dewey Drive, Van Maren Lane project

The Citrus Heights City Council on Wednesday awarded a construction contract for an enhancement project on Dewey Drive and Van Maren Lane…

Vice mayor calls for ‘stiffer’ fireworks ordinance in Citrus Heights

The city’s vice mayor wants to strengthen the current fireworks ordinance for the City of Citrus Heights…

2024 Citrus Heights Police Log Spotlight: July 4-10

Latest police logs in Citrus Heights show a spike in fireworks calls, along with a drop in animal control calls, 911 hangups, code enforcement, vehicle violations, homeless related incidents, theft…

Local artist completes 41-foot public mural on Oak Avenue

Amie Nowell, a local artist and founder of The Healing Palette, has finished a new mural at the corner of Oak Avenue and Wachtel Way in Citrus Heights…

Dollar Tree re-opens on Sunrise Blvd, following 5-month closure

After months of closure due to storm damage, the Dollar Tree on Sunrise Boulevard reopened on Thursday…

Crews extinguish multiple fires in Citrus Heights, amid extreme heat wave

Several fires broke out in Citrus Heights on Thursday and Friday, in the midst of extreme temperatures that reached past 110 degrees…

City seeking to buy former Citrus Heights Preschool property for $1.2M. Here’s why

The Citrus Heights City Council on Wednesday voted unanimously to enter into a purchasing agreement for the properties that make up a former preschool on Old Auburn Road that…

Citrus Heights awarded more than $100k from Cannabis Tax Fund

Citrus Heights council members voted unanimously during a July 10 City Council meeting to accept $112,770 in grant funds from the California Highway Patrol Cannabis Tax Fund grant program…

County health inspection flags Citrus Heights buffet for ‘major’ violations

Health inspectors from Sacramento County recently identified multiple violations at a local restaurant in Citrus Heights, leading to the issuance of a yellow placard…

Fire damages private school on Citrus Heights-Roseville border

A fire on Wednesday night destroyed a classroom on the campus of Valley Christian Academy…

City cancels ice cream social due to heat wave

Sentinel staff report– The City of Citrus Heights announced that its planned July 11 outdoor City Scoop event has been cancelled, citing the area being under an extreme heat advisory…

Citrus Heights council, commission meetings shift to new days

Regular City Council and Planning Commission meetings have shifted to new days, as of July 1…

Want to run for Citrus Heights City Council? Filing opens July 15

With two seats up for election this year on the City Council, the city announced last week that the filing period to run for a seat on the Citrus Heights…

Civic Minute: What’s going on at City Hall in Citrus Heights?

In a change from the usual meeting day of Thursday, Citrus Heights City Council members will meet Wednesday, July 10, to discuss a draft Citizen Participation Plan Amendment, hear an…

Police Logs: Citrus Heights saw explosion in fireworks calls on July 4

Citrus Heights Police saw an explosion of calls regarding fireworks on July 4, with the first two calls coming in at 12:08 a.m. and 12:19 a.m. In total, 178 reports…

Storm-damaged Dollar Tree on Sunrise Blvd to reopen soon

After roof damage that forced the store to remain closed for months, Dollar Tree on Sunrise Boulevard is planning to reopen as soon as this month…

Citrus Heights Preschool property listed for sale, after abrupt closure

The property formerly home to Citrus Heights Preschool is for sale, according to a Century 21 Select Real Estate sign posted in front of the campus…

7 family friendly things to do in Citrus Heights

Families looking for local places to keep kids occupied throughout the summer months in Citrus Heights, can find a limited range of opportunities including a skating rink, bowling alley, gaming…

New artificial grass store now open in Citrus Heights

By Sara Beth Williams– A new store specializing in artificial grass is now open in the Greenback Square shopping center…

New resource hub for caregivers to open in Citrus Heights

Senior Helpers is inviting the community to an upcoming grand opening event of its new Center of Excellence in Citrus Heights…