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.
Ideas for the future of Sunrise Mall abound, as the City of Citrus Heights continues to gather input from community members and stakeholders on how to transform the struggling mall into what the city aims to become a “flourishing center of community life where residents and visitors shop, work, live, and play.”
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…
In 2022, when the second phase of Auburn Boulevard improvements are completed, drivers who exit Interstate 80 at Auburn Boulevard and head south, will pass under a bright new arch marking the “Gateway to Citrus Heights.”
Results of a month-long survey of homeless in Citrus Heights have been released, with findings showing less homeless in the city than last year.
One of the top issues in Citrus Heights that residents complain about is the poor condition of roads, but progress is slowly being made using new funds trickling in from a 2017 gas tax increase, often referred to as Senate Bill 1 or SB 1…
By Thomas J. Sullivan–
Citrus Heights bowlers have retired professional bowler Steve Cook to thank for keeping their beloved Fireside Lanes going strong at 7901 Auburn Blvd. In 2014, Cook stepped in to buy the 32-lane bowling center when he thought it might close…