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2015 construction projects in Citrus Heights

Updated Dec. 30, 4:55 p.m.– Wondering what’s going on with one of the local construction projects in Citrus Heights? Here’s a current list of upcoming and ongoing public projects in the city: Projects expected to begin in 2015:…

Shop with a cop, citrus heights police department.

Police hand out ‘holiday cheer’ to Citrus Heights families, kids

Citrus Heights police officers were out offering some “holiday cheer” this week, hand-delivering community donations to families in need and taking a few lucky students through Walmart for an annual “Shop with a Cop” event. On Wednesday, 13…

Neon sign, massage sauna 2005. Photo credit, Justin Cormack

Citrus Heights bans new massage permits; cites prostitution

Following undercover sting operations in the past month resulting in two arrests for prostitution, Citrus Heights council members unanimously passed an “urgency ordinance” last week declaring a 45-day moratorium on most new massage parlors, citing the need for…

City of Citrus Heights sign, marquee. Stock photo. by Luke Otterstad

Council to appoint 13 board positions in January

Applications are being accepted through December 18 for positions on the Citrus Heights Planning Commission, Construction Board of Appeals and the History & Arts Commission, as city council members are set to appoint 13 positions whose terms are…

Front view of proposed new city hall off Fountain Square Drive in Citrus Heights.

New environmental report out for city hall, medical building proposal

Over 1,000 pages of documents from a new draft Environmental Impact Report were posted to the City’s website for public comment and review Monday, as Citrus Heights moves forward on assessing a proposal which would move city hall…

Mayor, citrus heights, city council. Photo credit: Luke Otterstad

Council votes in Sue Frost as new Citrus Heights mayor

Citrus Heights city council members unanimously voted Thursday night to select Sue Frost to replace Mel Turner as mayor of Citrus Heights, choosing Jeannie Bruins to serve as vice mayor for a one-year term as well…

Cars, rain, sunrise blvd, citrus heights. Photo by Luke Otterstad

‘Stormageddon’ a fizzle for Citrus Heights, says City engineer

Although distributing over 11,000 sandbags and preparing to handle the worst weather predictions, a lead engineer reported this week’s storm had “fizzled” in Citrus Heights as of Thursday night, with some staff even being sent home early…

Car, puddle, splash, water. Photo by Luke Otterstad

City gears up for storm; offers preparation tips for residents

Updated Dec. 10, 12:33 p.m.– The City of Citrus Heights is busy providing storm preparation tips and getting staff and equipment ready for fallen trees, clogged gutters and flooding that often accompany the heavy winds and rain expected…

Attic fire, Citrus Heights. Photo by Luke Otterstad

Attic fire ravages home across from Citrus Heights fire station

An attic fire caused extensive damage to a Citrus Heights home early Saturday morning, occurring just feet away from the Oak Avenue fire station. Although aided by crews from as far as Folsom, firefighters from Sacramento Metropolitan Fire…

City of Citrus Heights sign, marquee. Stock photo. by Luke Otterstad

Council to appoint 13 board positions; deadline to apply Dec. 18

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