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Then & Now: Citrus Heights residents reflect on 1997 floods, rain

By Sara Beth Williams-- In the early weeks of 2023, a stream of back-to-back storms in Citrus Heights caused flooding and damage across the city and region, but this wasn’t the first time Citrus Heights has weathered such storms.

Citrus Heights moves ahead with next step to expand city’s borders

Sentinel staff report-- The City Council on Thursday voted 5-0 to seek bids from consultants to conduct public outreach and look further into the financial impact of annexing up to four areas that are located just outside the borders of the city.

Citrus Heights to consider next step to expand city’s borders

By Phillip Pesola-- The Citrus Heights City Council on Thursday will decide whether to move forward with a plan to expand the city’s borders by hiring a consultant to look further into the financial impact of doing so, as well as to conduct public outreach.

Citrus Heights council restores two-vote policy to place items on agenda

Sentinel staff report-- As an indication of a change in leadership in the city, Citrus Heights council members earlier this month voted to reverse a controversial change made two years ago when the council had voted to require majority support in order to place an item on the council's agenda.

Citrus Heights council to discuss housing, annexation, fireworks

Sentinel staff report-- The Citrus Heights City Council will meet Thursday evening to hold closed-door discussions regarding several lawsuits and property negotiations, followed by open-session topics related to plans for Sayonara Drive, grant funds, infrastructure projects, an $80,000 fireworks show proposal and further consideration of expanding the city's borders.

City crews are out filling potholes after storm. Here’s how to report one

Sentinel staff report-- Recent storms have prompted more potholes to pop up around Citrus Heights, with the city reporting major streets like Antelope Road and Greenback Lane being among those most affected by January's heavy rain.

Citrus Heights council to consider $80k proposal to bring back fireworks show

Sentinel staff report-- The Citrus Heights City Council on Thursday will consider a proposal from the city manager to bring an aerial fireworks show to the city, funded by up to $80,000 in federal pandemic relief funds.

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