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Design plans under review for proposed church on Auburn Blvd

An area Ukrainian church has submitted architectural plans for their newly acquired 50,500-square-foot commercial space on Auburn Boulevard…

Citrus Heights Police Department vehicle

Citrus Heights council revives discussion of placing officers at local high schools

The Citrus Heights City Council is slated to discuss “School Safety Options” in the next City Council meeting, including the option to fund two full-time school resource officers at Mesa Verde and San Juan High School…

Citrus Heights business owner seeks to brighten people’s lives through passion project

By Mike Hazlip— After more than a decade running a successful screen printing business, Jessica Tillery wanted to give back to the community through a passion project that aims to bring some light into people’s lives…

Shopping carts in the Citrus Heights Utility Yard

Citrus Heights continues to battle shopping cart blight

Over 1,500 shopping carts were collected off the streets of Citrus Heights in 2023…

Citrus Heights mom, grandmother on mission to build public playground for disabled children

By Mike Hazlip— At just six months old, Michael Alex Steven Sellu III had a seizure, and now his mother and grandmother are working to build a public playground with equipment that will be accessible to Sellu and…

City Council green lights 2nd phase of Auburn Boulevard revitalization project

Nearly ten years after the first phase of the Auburn Boulevard Complete Streets Project was completed, the Citrus Heights City Council on Thursday gave the green light for construction to begin on the second phase of revitalization for…

Stock Ranch Plaza

Long-vacant storefronts across from Costco now fully occupied

Unfilled vacancies are now a thing of the past for a five-tenant building constructed in 2019 on Auburn Boulevard, with the coming of a new restaurant and dentistry location…

Auburn Boulevard

Citrus Heights council to consider approving over $30M for Auburn Blvd project

The second phase of the Auburn Boulevard Complete Streets Project is expected to cost over $30 million, according to a proposal under consideration by the Citrus Heights City Council this week…

Food court, Sunrise Mall

What’s still open at Sunrise Mall?

Despite several recent store closures or relocations, over 20 businesses remain open at Sunrise Mall amid the city’s effort to attract developers to transform the aging mall into a 21st Century Main Street concept…

Lights Out: Sunrise Mall’s last restaurant leaves food court

By Mike Hazlip— The last remaining restaurant space occupied by a business in the Sunrise Mall food court is vacant after Naija Cuisine recently moved out…

Shadowbrook Gardens, 5915 Dewey Drive.

Q&A: When will that care facility on Dewey Drive finally open?

Eight years after building permits were issued for the project, construction fencing still surrounds a planned 40,000-square-foot acute care nursing facility off Dewey Drive on the border of Citrus Heights…

Alex Turcotte CHPD

Citrus Heights police bolster forces, increase engagement amid rise in crime

Citrus Heights last year saw double-digit increases in crimes against persons and crimes against society, according to an April 25 report from the police chief…