The Citrus Heights City Council continues to meet during the coronavirus pandemic, albeit quite differently than under normal circumstances.
The City of Citrus Heights on Friday alerted residents of immediate changes in effect for garbage collection in the city, in response to COVID-19 concerns.
The Citrus Heights City Council will meet Thursday night to consider proposed pay raises for non-sworn police employees, a $1.3 million contract related to plans for Auburn Boulevard, formal adoption of an emergency proclamation, and a final concept plan for Old Auburn Road.
Citrus Heights city leaders gathered earlier this month to consider three different conceptual options for a re-envisioned Sunrise Mall.
The Citrus Heights City Council will vote this Thursday on whether to adopt a final concept plan for Old Auburn Road that includes eliminating lanes, widening the roadway in places, and adding contiguous bike lanes and separated sidewalks.
While coronavirus concerns continue to dominate discussion and dampen economic activity, planning continues for major redevelopment of the declining 100-acre Sunrise Mall in Citrus Heights.
The City of Citrus Heights on Thursday proclaimed a local “state of emergency” in response to the coronavirus pandemic, and also said its lobby and front counters at City Hall are now closed to the public.
The March 12 meeting of the Sacramento Transportation Authority (STA) was cancelled at the last minute on Thursday, where a public hearing and vote was to be held on whether to place a proposed half-percent transportation sales tax measure on the November ballot.