Construction continues to move forward in a new 56-acre community in Citrus Heights where more than 250 homes will be built.
Voters in Citrus Heights have likely seen advertising on both sides of Measure M by now, with some confused about whether the sales tax increase is just a penny added to most purchases, or whether it is a 1 percent tax.
Wondering if that bubble wrap, pizza box or broken glass jar should go in the recycling bin?
The central and highly visible undeveloped acreage at Sylvan Corners remains a target for development by the City of Citrus Heights, which purchased the 11-acre former middle school property last year.
While coronavirus concerns continue to dominate discussion and dampen economic activity, planning continues for major redevelopment of the declining 100-acre Sunrise Mall in Citrus Heights.
The food scene in Citrus Heights boasts nearly 150 options for diners to choose from, ranging from Armenian to Thai, Chinese to Mediterranean, and American varieties from New York pizza to Nashville hot chicken.
Sentinel staff report–A new report released this month shows median rental prices rose in Citrus Heights over the past 12 months by 2.3 percent. Regional rent prices also increased a similar amount, while California as a whole saw rents rise by a more modest 1.1 percent, according to a January 2020[Read More…]
The corner of Auburn Boulevard and Greenback Lane, now the site of several gas stations and convenience stores, was once the scene of a popular 1920s restaurant, inn and service station known as the Florida Inn…