While some businesses are shut down or struggling to stay afloat amid COVID-19 restrictions and stay-at-home orders, others are hiring.
Jose Osuna opened Panchito Mexican Restaurant three years ago in Citrus Heights, fulfilling a dream of serving home-cooked food from 50 year old family recipes.
Development activity across Citrus Heights is continuing, with construction fencing and earth-moving machinery now seen at the future site of a nearly 16,000-square-foot surgery center.
By Supervisor Sue Frost–
The past nine months have been a roller coaster for all of us.
By Mike Hazlip—A Hayward-based franchisee has submitted an application to convert the former Burger King at 8030 Greenback Ln. into a Popeyes chicken restaurant. A design review permit application shows the 1-acre parcel between Arcadia Drive and Sunrise Vista Drive is slated to be remodeled. The document lists JAMV Inc.[Read More…]
Despite economic shutdowns during the coronavirus pandemic, Citrus Heights is on track to add a new Louisiana-based chicken fingers restaurant to the variety of eateries available in the city.
New restrictions affecting businesses and residents in Citrus Heights and the Sacramento region go into effect Thursday night, following ICU bed capacity dipping below the state’s benchmark to maintain 15% bed availability.
Newly posted street signs in KB Home’s 260-home development in Citrus Heights each have an intriguing tie to local history.