The Sylvan Ranch Community Garden in Citrus Heights will host its annual spring plant sale fundraiser this Thursday through Saturday, with social distancing policies in place to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Guest column by real estate broker Beth Moran–
Citrus Heights has not escaped the impact of the coronavirus pandemic as we seem to be on par with the rest of the five-county region, with slowing sales.
More than 350 cars drove through the parking lot of Advent Lutheran Church in Citrus Heights between 10 a.m. and noon on Saturday, dropping off food to help re-stock critically low supplies at a local food closet.
Latest letters from Citrus Heights readers discuss homelessness in Citrus Heights, including whether vacant lots on Sayonara Drive should be used as a temporary shelter area.
Latest local news briefs include a hiring spree at the local Small Business Administration office in Citrus Heights, the city announcing it won’t be enforcing a temporary sign ban for essential businesses, and an obituary for an 82-year-old resident who passed away this month.
From guns to groceries, Citrus Heights residents can still buy many items at dozens of businesses deemed essential amid COVID-19 stay-at-home orders.
Letter by Craig Hoppe, Citrus Heights–
I am homeless in Citrus Heights and something has to be done to stop us from canning and going into trash. But for most of us, that means no food or money.
The Sunrise Christian Food Ministry is putting out an urgent call for food donations, as the nonprofit struggles to keep up with a significant increase in families requesting emergency food assistance.