The future site of a new Dutch Bros coffee drive-thru is beginning to take shape, as the building’s wood frame can now be seen erected in the Summerhills Plaza near Interstate 80 and Antelope Road.
Despite double-digit unemployment and uncertain economic outlook during the coronavirus pandemic, development projects across Citrus Heights can be seen progressing.
Green Acres, a popular plant nursery with five locations in the region, announced Wednesday that it will be opening a new location in Citrus Heights.
The smell of exotic spices and a warm smile from the owner greets customers at the newly opened Narenj Mediterranean Grocery in Citrus Heights.
The “Great Plates Delivered” program, which has been providing federal and state funds to local restaurants who deliver free meals to seniors and at-risk individuals, has now brought more than $1 million to the local economy.
The popular Citrus Heights Pumpkin Farm, which has been in operation for nearly 50 years, will not be opening this season.
While many area businesses have struggled to stay open during COVID-19 shutdowns and stay-at-home orders, some have seen an increase in traffic.
The historic 14-Mile Roadhouse on Auburn Boulevard is for sale again after changing owners last year and getting an extensive remodel.