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Citrus Heights to move forward on ‘sorely needed’ San Juan Ave roadway project

By Sara Beth Williams– The Citrus Heights City Council last month voted unanimously to approve a multi-million dollar contract for the first phase of roadway…

Workers conduct homeless count in Citrus Heights, as wet weather keeps many in shelters

By Mike Hazlip– Volunteers gathered at the Citrus Heights City Hall on Wednesday for the 2024 Point-in-Time count, an effort to…

Citrus Heights volunteers prepare for countywide homeless count

By Mike Hazlip— Volunteers in Citrus Heights and throughout Sacramento County are preparing to undertake this year’s “Point-in-Time” count of people experiencing homelessness…

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

Sentinel staff report– The Citrus Heights City Council will meet this Thursday to address topics including potential approval of a $17,000 grant request from the Chamber of Commerce, adjustments to employee retirement contributions, and…

New ‘Mondays with the Mayor’ to happen weekly at City Hall

Bret Daniels, who was selected by his colleagues last month to serve a one-year term as mayor of Citrus Heights in 2024, announced this month that he will begin hosting weekly office hours at City Hall…

Citrus Heights launches online hub for community volunteering opportunities

Sentinel staff report– During the city’s Jan. 11 council meeting, staff unveiled a new online platform designed to foster community involvement in Citrus Heights through volunteering…

Church, neighbors speak out against proposed subdivision on Mariposa Avenue

By Mike Hazlip— The Citrus Heights Planning Commission on Wednesday moved to table a discussion over a planned five-lot subdivision, after opposition from neighboring residents…

Citrus Heights mayor votes against new light rail station

Sentinel staff report– On Monday, the Sacramento Regional Transit Board of Directors voted 11-1 for a new light rail station, with opposition coming from Citrus Heights Mayor Bret Daniels who sits on the regional board…

City approves 3-year plan for improving roads in Citrus Heights

By Phillip Pesola– In a 4-1 vote last month, the Citrus Heights City Council voted to approve a three-year pavement preservation plan in an effort to improve roadway conditions across the city…

Citrus Heights to reconsider ban on cannabis businesses in 2024

By Mike Hazlip— The City of Citrus Heights is slated to take up reconsideration of its ban on cannabis businesses this year, following…