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Citrus Heights Real Estate Market: see which homes sold last month

Sentinel staff report– Homes sold in Citrus Heights during February 2021 had closing prices ranging from as low as $170,000 for a 924-square-foot condo on Cavan Drive to just under $800,000 for a 7-bedroom estate on Larkspur Avenue.

Funding of business district cop at stake in renewal vote

Sentinel staff report– The executive director for the largest business district in Citrus Heights is warning of potentially “catastrophic” impacts if an upcoming vote goes the wrong way.

Portion of Citrus Heights shopping plaza up for sale

By Mike Hazlip— Several properties on the western end of SummerHill Plaza in Citrus Heights, better known as the Raley’s shopping center, were listed for sale earlier this year — with buyers already quick to take action.

Citrus Heights City Hall design

New City Hall Site Option Draws Support, While Medical Building Criticized

A controversial proposal to relocate city hall picked up community support last night as the City presented a new site option located a block away from the existing hall, but many residents remained staunchly opposed to a related…

The Lodge, Citrus Heights, coffee, breakfast

Citrus Heights Food Review: ‘The Lodge’ deserves 4-stars for breakfast

Tucked away behind a parking lot and several trees on the northern outskirts of Citrus Heights stands a unique, peaked-roof structure, decked with blue and white trim. A sign painted above the front entrance highlights that breakfast and…

City to Give $10k in Used Tech Equipment to Local Nonprofits

Following a recent technology upgrade, over $10,000 worth of computers and related equipment will be given away to local nonprofits and governmental agencies who submit a request by the September 26 deadline, according to the City of Citrus…

Council Postpones Vote on New City Hall Deal, After Lawsuit Threat

In a crowded room Thursday night, Citrus Heights council members voted 3-2 in favor of postponing a final decision on the controversial proposal to move city hall and allow construction of a three-story medical building in its place…

Citrus Heights Mayor Mel Turner

Mayor Highlights Strengths, Threats in ‘State of the City’ Address

Citrus Heights Mayor Mel Turner delivered the annual “State of the City” address to a sold-out business luncheon, Tuesday, highlighting a 13 percent drop in crime over the past year, a rise in home values and the newly…

Community Celebrates Completion of Auburn Blvd ‘Phase 1’ Improvements

Council members, business owners and representatives from government agencies gathered Tuesday morning to celebrate the long-awaited completion of “Phase 1” of Auburn Boulevard improvement work. Business owners present for the ribbon-cutting ceremony were particularly glad for the completion…

Auburn Blvd Night Paving to Close Lanes

If you travel on Auburn Boulevard between 7:30 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., you may want to consider using another route this week, in light of night paving work that will limit traffic to one lane in each direction.…