Citrus Heights voters cast their choice for president in varying ways in the Nov. 3 election.
COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Citrus Heights, but county health data indicates the city is seeing a lower percentage of cases and deaths compared to other cities in the area.
Following an updated vote count released Friday showing Measure M trailing at 47%, the $12 million sales tax measure in Citrus Heights appears headed for defeat.
Tim Schaefer and Bret Daniels are slated to be sworn in for four-year terms on the Citrus Heights City Council next month, after each received more than 60% of the vote in their respective districts.
Sentinel staff report–The future 2.9-mile trail, formerly known as the Electric Greenway Trail, was unanimously renamed by the Citrus Heights City Council on Thursday night. The council selected from 3 top names, narrowed down by a naming committee from the original 26 community submissions. The name will be “Arcade-Cripple Creek[Read More…]
Citrus Heights restaurants, houses of worship, retailers and other businesses are preparing for another round of restrictions as Sacramento County moves back a step to the most restrictive classification, due to increasing COVID-19 case rates.
Following the latest vote count update released on Tuesday, Measure M is now trailing by nearly 1,000 votes.
The Citrus Heights City Council will meet Thursday night to hold a study session on transportation safety, followed by a regular meeting to address organics recycling, a $10,000 sponsorship of the Chamber of Commerce, and consideration of what to name a future 2.9-mile trail in the city.