The Citrus Heights City Council will hold a public meeting via Zoom on Thursday night to holding a hearing regarding the city’s housing goals, consider a $4 million offer from a developer to buy the former Sylvan Middle School property, and make appointments to various boards and commissions.
Sacramento County Supervisor Sue Frost, who lives in and represents Citrus Heights at the county level, was voted in by her colleagues on Tuesday to serve as the 2021 Chair of the Board.
The Citrus Heights City Council on Thursday will consider selling the centrally located, 11-acre former middle school lot at Sylvan Corners to a developer.
Sentinel staff report– Four Citrus Heights residents out of a pool of a 13 applicants will be selected by the City Council on Thursday to join the city’s seven-member Planning Commission.
Citrus Heights City Manager Christopher Boyd in a holiday message posted on the city’s website Monday offered an outlook on the next year, saying residents can expect to see a decrease in services “for the forseeable future.”
The City of Citrus Heights on Christmas Eve announced the winners of a contest for the best yard displays in the city, picking a home on Cobalt Way and another on Orelle Creek Court as this year’s winners.
Residents in Citrus Heights who normally have waste pickup days on Friday will see their collection date delayed by one day for the next two weeks, due to Christmas and New Year’s Day falling on Friday.
The City of Citrus Heights last week declared Dec. 21 as National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day in recognition of those who have died living on the streets.