While some businesses remain shuttered in Citrus Heights, others have adapted to life during the COVID-19 health crisis in various ways.
Guest column by real estate broker Beth Moran–
Citrus Heights has not escaped the impact of the coronavirus pandemic as we seem to be on par with the rest of the five-county region, with slowing sales.
Citrus Heights city leaders gathered earlier this month to consider three different conceptual options for a re-envisioned Sunrise Mall.
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While coronavirus concerns continue to dominate discussion and dampen economic activity, planning continues for major redevelopment of the declining 100-acre Sunrise Mall in Citrus Heights.
Numerous local events, meetings and church services have been cancelled or postponed in Citrus Heights, following calls by public health officials to halt larger gatherings statewide in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Tokyo Buffet, a popular all-you-can-eat restaurant at 7217 Greenback Ln. that was forced to close last August after a fire, remains closed more than half-a-year later — leaving some diners wondering whether it will ever reopen.
Last week saw the grand opening of a new assisted living center on Greenback Lane along with approval being given for another 88-bed facility to be constructed on Sunrise Boulevard.