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CHPD Joins Crackdown on Texting while Driving

"Zero tolerance" is what the Citrus Heights Police Dept. is promising, as it joins a month-long enforcement and education campaign to curb hand-held cellphone use while driving. The campaign is part of April's nationwide "Distracted Driving Awareness Month," and seeks to emphasize that phone calls and texts aren't worth the risk of getting into an accident and endangering ones self or others, according to a press release by CHPD. The National Safety Council estimates that over 275,000 cellphone-involved crashes have occurred this year, and an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety study found that drivers using their phones are four times more likely to get into an injury collision.

Input Still Sought for New City Hall Proposal

Citrus Heights is continuing its effort to gather community input as it considers a proposal to replace --and possibly move-- its existing city hall. Three...

County Rep reaches out to Citrus Heights residents

Every fourth Friday, Sacramento County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan has been holding a "Community Cabinet Meeting" at the Citrus Heights Denny's, as part of an...

Workshop on New City Hall Designs Called “Phenomenal Success”

About 80 residents gathered around tables Wednesday night with pens out and drawing pads handy, ready to give their input on design ideas for...

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