The City of Citrus Heights announced Monday that the city will participate in a plan to deliver up to three free meals a day from local restaurants to qualifying seniors during shelter-at-home orders. The new program is part of California’s Great Plates Delivered meal initiative and will be locally administered.
Drivers travelling along Antelope Road in Citrus Heights near Auburn Boulevard may have seen framework appear on a new three-story building under construction near the roadway.
Theatre in the Heights, a small venue for local theatrical performances in Citrus Heights, has been closed since March 17 when coronavirus mitigation efforts led to the statewide closure of businesses deemed non-essential.
Updated 12:22 p.m., May 8th–By Mike Hazlip– Following the governor’s announcement this week that some retail businesses will be allowed to reopen this Friday, there’s a glimmer of hope that business will be returning to normal in Citrus Heights. According to the Governor’s Office, businesses deemed “lower risk” will be[Read More…]
Sacramento County health officials this week reported a fifth death in Citrus Heights associated with COVID-19, along with seven new confirmed cases of the disease over the past week.
In recent months, nearly two dozen green utility boxes in a heavily trafficked business district in Citrus Heights have been transformed to display works of art.
Namdar Realty Group, a commercial real estate investment group based in New York, has acquired the 172,000-square-foot Women’s Macy’s building on the east side of Sunrise Mall, according to the Sacramento Business Journal…
Construction of a more than 40,000-square-foot facility has continued to progress on Dewey Drive, between Greenback Lane and Madison Avenue, unhindered by shelter-in-place orders that exempt construction as an essential service.