While some businesses have layed off employees or permanently closed amid COVID-19 shutdowns, others are hiring. Here’s five businesses in Citrus Heights that are currently hiring:
Construction on the future 49,000-square foot Studio Movie Grill in Citrus Heights has halted, putting the location’s planned second-quarter opening on hold.
Signs of a return to normal for local businesses are beginning to emerge in Citrus Heights.
After being given the green light to reopen for dine-in service by health officials on Friday, some local restaurants in Citrus Heights are beginning to allow sit-down eating.
As the COVID-19 lockdown stretched into its second month and businesses along Auburn Boulevard continued to struggle, local auto shop owner Rich Hale decided to do something about it.
The Citrus Height City Council last month approved an agreement between the police department and the largest business district in the city to provide a full-time police officer dedicated to problem solving and crime prevention in the commercial district.
Businesses in Citrus Heights and across Sacramento County are taking steps to reopen this week as state and county officials ease regulations.
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.