Citrus Heights residents may soon have more choices for dining al fresco as local restaurants may be given a temporary option to use more outdoor space for additional seating…
The front counter of Citrus Heights Saw & Mower is already buzzing with customers by 9 a.m., some of them waiting since before the doors of the father-and-son business swung open at 7:15 a.m.
Many small businesses in Citrus Heights and across the country are facing unfortunate challenges during these unprecedented times. In an effort to help businesses stay successful, some tech companies are stepping up to provide solutions to help ease company pain points.
Sunrise Rollerland, the nearly 50-year-old roller skating rink near Sunrise Mall, will see its first skaters Sunday, June 14, nearly three months since COVID-19 stay-at-home orders took effect.
By Mike Hazlip–The California program helping struggling restaurants and seniors shut-in by COVID-19 restrictions will be in place until July 10, after FEMA officials approved a funding extension last week. The Great Plates Delivered program uses state and federal emergency funds to pay local restaurants up to $66 per day[Read More…]
Theaters, gyms, bars and other businesses have been given the green light by health officials to reopen on Friday, but not all in Citrus Heights are jumping at the first chance to reopen.
The Citrus Heights City Council will vote on Thursday on whether to extend contracts with six local restaurants in Citrus Heights who are participating in a FEMA-sponsored stimulus program to deliver meals to qualifying seniors shut in by COVID-19 health orders.
Plans to completely transform the aging, 100-acre Sunrise Mall property into a “21st Century Main Street” continue to move forward, as the city on Friday announced plans for a June 30 public workshop to discuss the mall’s future.