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Local power couple buy up one of last homes in new Citrus Heights subdivision

By Sara Beth Williams– A local couple well-known in the Citrus Heights political and business scene last month purchased one of the final remaining homes in the new 260-unit Mitchell Village housing development…

Citrus Heights to host workshop focused on neighborhood engagement

Sentinel staff report– The City of Citrus Heights is kicking off the new year with plans for a community workshop next month to help boost community engagement…

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Citrus Heights council votes to ban sitting, standing in medians

By Mike Hazlip— Following a repeal of the city’s ban on panhandling in October out of concern for First Amendment lawsuits, the City Council last month voted to approve an ordinance aimed at preventing individuals from standing, sitting,…

Waste pickup for Citrus Heights residents to be delayed by one day, thru Jan. 6

Sentinel staff report– Due to trash and recycling pickup being cancelled on both Christmas and New Year’s Day, the City of Citrus Heights and Republic Services are advising residents that all waste collection containers will be picked up…

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City of Citrus Heights announces ‘best lights’ winners for 2023

Sentinel staff report- The City of Citrus Heights has announced the winners of its 2023 “Best Lights in Citrus Heights” contest, with awards going to six homes in different categories…

One of Citrus Heights PD’s longest-serving hires is retiring

By Lily Tu– Police Commander Jason Russo is retiring from the Citrus Heights Police Department at the end of this month, bringing his 17 years of service in Citrus Heights to a close…

Citrus Heights has a new mayor, vice mayor for 2024

Sentinel staff report– The Citrus Heights City Council on Thursday unanimously selected a new mayor and vice mayor from among their ranks to serve one-year terms in 2024…

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

Sentinel staff report– The Citrus Heights City Council is slated to hold its final meeting of 2023 this Thursday, with items on the agenda including a three-year pavement plan for residential streets, potential property acquisition on Sylvan Road,…

Citrus Heights Education Committee to present findings to council

A half-year after forming a limited-term education committee to look into the feasibility of Citrus Heights forming its own school district, the City Council has yet to receive a presentation of findings from the group…

What’s with the roadwork on Auburn Blvd in Citrus Heights?

Sentinel staff report– Lane closures and extensive PG&E work on Auburn Boulevard are finally coming to an end, as the utility company winds up its work…