The Citrus Heights City Council on Thursday gave direction to staff and consultants to pursue developing a plan that would include permanently replacing one lane of traffic with separated bikeway in each direction on a section of Old Auburn Road. A final vote on the plan is scheduled for the end of March.
The Citrus Heights City Council will participate in a study session Thursday night regarding plans for Old Auburn Road, followed by a pair of public hearings regarding the Sunrise MarketPlace and a proposed shopping center remodel.
The Citrus Heights Planning Commission will hold a public hearing Wednesday night prior to voting on whether to approve a developer’s plan to construct an 88-bed senior care facility on a 4.5-acre vacant parcel on Sunrise Boulevard.
City Hall in Citrus Heights opened Saturday as an official vote center for those seeking to vote in person for the 2020 primary election.
Ideas for the future of Sunrise Mall abound, as the City of Citrus Heights continues to gather input from community members and stakeholders on how to transform the struggling mall into what the city aims to become a “flourishing center of community life where residents and visitors shop, work, live, and play.”
Citrus Heights Planning Commissioners on Wednesday voted unanimously to approve plans for a new retail plaza to be constructed at the site of a recently demolished former bank building on Sunrise Boulevard.
Citrus Heights City Council members will consider accepting a 172-page comprehensive annual financial report during their Feb. 13 council meeting at City Hall, along with giving final approval to changes allowing marijuana delivery and considering a $125,000 contract with a private firm to assist in long-term financial planning…
This year’s March 3 primary election is several months earlier than usual, and there’s also a few more local changes for voters to be aware of.