A study session with city leaders to discuss plans for Sunrise Mall will be held Thursday evening, followed by a regular City Council meeting to hold a pair of public hearings and vote on several contracts.
Citrus Heights residents attending an online workshop on Tuesday got an inside look at the city’s ambitious plan to completely re-make the aging 100-acre Sunrise Mall property into a modern main street, featuring nightlife, a large event venue, apartments, hotels, brew pubs and more.
Citrus Heights Police Chief Ron Lawrence clarified in a statement to business owners Friday that police will assist if requested to help enforce store policies, including requirements to wear masks.
The Citrus Heights City Council last week approved a list of 11 residential streets to repave over the next year.
A $6.5 million repaving project approved for portions of Madison Avenue and Kenneth Avenue has been delayed until next year.
Economic hardships surrounding the coronavirus pandemic have left questions regarding what the impact will be on homelessness. But, in Citrus Heights, those figures likely won’t be known until next year.
The Citrus Heights City Council voted Thursday to allow local restaurants to use up to 50% of their allocated parking spaces for outdoor dining, according to a statement released Friday.
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