While coronavirus concerns continue to dominate discussion and dampen economic activity, planning continues for major redevelopment of the declining 100-acre Sunrise Mall in Citrus Heights.
The City of Citrus Heights on Thursday proclaimed a local “state of emergency” in response to the coronavirus pandemic, and also said its lobby and front counters at City Hall are now closed to the public.
The March 12 meeting of the Sacramento Transportation Authority (STA) was cancelled at the last minute on Thursday, where a public hearing and vote was to be held on whether to place a proposed half-percent transportation sales tax measure on the November ballot.
The Citrus Heights City Council along with members of the Planning Commission will hold a rare joint study session Thursday night to discuss the future of Sunrise Mall, followed by a regular council meeting.
Sentinel staff report–The year-long planning stage for developing changes to a problematic 1.8-mile stretch of Old Auburn Road in Citrus Heights is nearing completion, with a final vote from the City Council slated for March 26. Known as the Old Auburn Road Complete Streets plan, the term “complete street” refers[Read More…]
Beginning March 12, households in Citrus Heights and across the country will begin receiving invitations to complete the 2020 Census.
With about 33,000 votes counted so far, Sacramento County Supervisor Sue Frost holds 74% of the vote in her bid to hold onto her District 4 seat for a second term.
Wonder what happened to your vote-by-mail ballot after you put it in the mail or dropped it off? Under California Election law, you can check to see if your vote was counted if you voted by mail — and in Citrus Heights and Sacramento County, you can check online in less than a minute.