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Grand opening of new 2.9-mile trail in Citrus Heights set for May

The City of Citrus Heights is inviting community members and neighbors to join in the grand opening for the new 2.9-mile Arcade-Cripple Creek Trail…

April Events: what’s happening in Citrus Heights this month?

By Sara Beth Williams– Events in April around Citrus Heights include theatrical productions, a car show, volunteer and charity opportunities, and a book sale at the local library…

20 businesses Citrus Heights welcomed in 2023

Sentinel staff report– From new restaurants to retailers and specialty stores, Citrus Heights welcomed many new businesses in 2023…

Charter school to relocate campus to Citrus Heights office building

By Sara Beth Williams– American River Collegiate Academy, which initially planned to build a new campus on Antelope Road, has announced plans to relocate to a long-term campus in Citrus Heights for the 2024-25 school year…

New archway signage installed at Citrus Heights shopping plaza

Sentinel staff report– Morning drivers traveling along Sunrise Boulevard on Tuesday could see a large crane setting new archway signage in place over…

Citrus Heights nonprofit to re-launch men’s mentorship program for kids of single moms

By Mike Hazlip– Single Mom Strong, which is headquartered in Citrus Heights, this year is pairing volunteer men with children of single mothers in a program that is re-starting after being on hold during the pandemic…

What’s going on with the plan to redevelop Sunrise Mall?

By Mike Hazlip— In October 2019, the City of Citrus Heights awarded a $1.2 million contract to create a “shovel ready” plan to comprehensively guide future development on the nearly 100-acre Sunrise Mall property.

Sunrise Mall loses another longtime tenant

By Mike Hazlip— Another national brand that was a tenant at Sunrise Mall has vacated their suite..

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Citrus Heights council votes 3-2 to fund fireworks show, patriotic event

Sentinel staff report– In a controversial vote Thursday night the Citrus Heights City Council narrowly approved spending up to $80,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funds to pay for a patriotic event this summer that will include a…

Citrus Heights schoolhouse, veterans center

Five facts you probably didn’t know about Citrus Heights

By Sara Beth Williams– Citrus Heights recently celebrated its 25th anniversary of becoming a city, but the 14-square-mile region has thrived for decades beforehand. Below are five facts about Citrus Heights that many don’t know.