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Citrus Heights votes to allow lifetime registration for dogs, not just cats

Sentinel staff report– Residents in Citrus Heights will soon have the option to register their dogs with a one-time registration fee, rather than an annual fee…

LETTER: Citrus Heights should welcome cannabis dispensaries

By Forrest Means, Citrus Heights– As a service-disabled veteran, cannabis has been pivotal for my mental health. Yet, in Citrus Heights, despite cannabis being legal…

The Civic Minute: what’s happening at Citrus Heights City Hall?

Sentinel staff report– Citrus Heights City Council members will meet Thursday evening to consider changes to several fees, as well as vote on mid-year amendments to the city’s budget and a contract with CalPERS…

Citrus Heights eyes changing standard days for council meetings

Sentinel staff report– During the Citrus Heights City Council’s meeting earlier this month, a proposal was brought forward to get public input on potentially changing the city’s traditional Thursday nights for council meetings…

Citrus Heights to consider adding late fee for rental housing inspection

Sentinel staff report– The Citrus Heights City Council on Thursday will consider a staff recommendation to add a late fee associated with its Rental Housing Inspection Program, which launched in 2019…

Have you seen the city’s new map showing cleanup in Citrus Heights?

Sentinel staff report– One of the city’s newest interactive mapping tools for tracking beautification efforts including blight cleanup and other service requests around Citrus Heights is available for the public to view on the city’s website…

Citrus Heights seeks input from residents on cannabis dispensaries, tax

By Phillip Pesola– The Citrus Heights City Council is seeking feedback from residents as it moves forward with consideration of allowing cannabis dispensaries within the city…

Who’s running for Sacramento County Board of Supervisors, District 4?

By Phillip Pesola– Candidates vying to take the seat of outgoing Supervisor Sue Frost on the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors faced off at a recent forum, sharing with voters their differing perspectives on homelessness, climate change, public…

Outgoing Citrus Heights Chamber director praised for ‘bang-up job’

By Sara Beth Williams– The City Council on Thursday recognized former Citrus Heights Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Diane Ebbitt-Riehle for her service to the community…

Citrus Heights council issues proclamation for Black History Month

By Sara Beth Williams– The Citrus Heights City Council issued a proclamation on Thursday recognizing the month of February as Black History Month…