Construction continues to move forward in a new 56-acre community in Citrus Heights where more than 250 homes will be built.
Heavy duty earth-moving equipment can now be seen at the corner of Sunrise Boulevard and Sungarden Drive, as crews excavate the site where a future corner retail plaza is to be built.
Mom’s Wholesale Florist on Auburn Boulevard was forced to close Thursday after Code Enforcement Officers placed red tag notices outside the building, declaring it uninhabitable and unfit to occupy. The closure comes amid a longstanding dispute between the landlord and tenant.
Supervisor Sue Frost, who represents Citrus Heights and neighboring areas on the county Board of Supervisors, announced her support this week for reopening areas of the state by zip code — rather than county-by-county.
An aging commercial strip mall on Greenback Lane near Auburn Boulevard is currently undergoing renovation to accommodate its newest tenant.
By Beth Moran–
First-time home buyers who are actively seeking to purchase a home are struggling to find one in Citrus Heights. With interest rates hovering between 2.5 – 3% and VA loans as low as 2.25%, the push to find a home before getting locked out altogether is strong.
Things began rapidly taking shape on Monday for a new burger drive-thru in Citrus Heights, as trucks delivered pre-built portions of the building and a crane set the pieces in place.
Housing prices in Citrus heights have been on the rise during the COVID-19 shutdown, as buyers find more options in working from home and sellers move out of state.