The Citrus Heights City Council will convene a special session at 5 p.m. Thursday to vote on a pair of resolutions addressing emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic and assessing a $100,000 lien against a nuisance property on Greenback Lane.
Sacramento County Supervisor Sue Frost is urging Citrus Heights residents and other constituents to make their voice heard about a proposed $8.4 billion transportation sales tax measure before a final vote takes place on May 14 that will send it the the November ballot.
The City of Citrus Heights announced last week that neighborhood waste cleanups and sharps collection resumed on Monday. Services had been suspended due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The Citrus Heights City Council will meet remotely via teleconference Thursday evening to take action on emergency funding allocations related to homelessness and the coronavirus pandemic, as well as consider approval of a proposed agreement that would bring a full-time police officer to patrol the Sunrise MarketPlace business district…
The Citrus Heights City Council earlier this month unanimously voted to approve a cost-sharing agreement with the county to help cover the cost of re-paving portions of Madison Avenue.
In a rare 3-2 split vote last week, the Citrus Heights City Council opted to give approval to a proposed $8 billion countywide transportation spending plan that paves the way for a new sales tax measure to hit the ballot in November.
Responding to a dramatic slowdown in economic activity from coronavirus mitigation efforts, the City of Citrus Heights has launched a new campaign to encourage residents to shop at essential local businesses that remain open.
The Citrus Heights City Council will meet Thursday evening to vote on several proposals, including an agreement with the county to repave a portion of Madison Avenue, items relating to future development at Sylvan Corners, and a vote on whether to approve or deny an $8 billion county-wide transportation spending measure.