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Citrus Heights eyes mixed-use residential options for Auburn Blvd

By Mike Hazlip— The City of Citrus Heights is conducting a feasibility study to determine if under-used commercial lots along Auburn Boulevard could potentially become residential real estate.

Citrus Heights seeks bids on repaving at least 17 residential streets

Sentinel staff report-- The City of Citrus Heights is currently seeking bids from contractors on its 2022 Residential Street Resurfacing Project, which seeks to repave at least 17 residential streets in various parts of the city.

Construction of new trail in Citrus Heights to start this summer, after pandemic delays

Sentinel staff report– Although plans to begin construction were delayed last year due to COVID-19, a city spokeswoman confirmed last week that construction of a new 2.9-mile trail through Citrus Heights is anticipated to begin this Summer.

36 tons of hazardous waste to be removed from city-owned Sylvan Corners site

Sentinel staff report-- An estimated 36 tons of hazardous waste and 190 tons of additional waste will be excavated and removed from an 11-acre city-owned lot at Sylvan Corners, following an environmental report documenting soil contamination at the site.

City seeing ‘a ton of interest’ from developers in Sunrise Mall plans

By Mike Hazlip— With the Sunrise Tomorrow plan for the 100-acre Sunrise Mall property now approved, the city says significant interest is being seen from developers.

Interactive Map: See where all the shootings happened in Citrus Heights in 2021

Updated 2:54 p.m., Jan. 6th-- By Mike Hazlip-- Incidents involving shots fired in Citrus Heights are on the rise in 2021. The Sentinel has created...

How much do City of Citrus Heights employees make?

Sentinel staff report-- The State Controller's office last month updated its public pay website with most recent salaries and benefits paid to public employees across the state, including the City of Citrus Heights.

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