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Sacramento COVID Relief

Sacramento COVID Relief

Find the latest updates and information regarding COVID‑19 in Sacramento.

Responding To Homelessness

Responding to Homelessness

Here is information on the City's "Safe Ground" and "Safe Parking" programs as well as some frequently asked questions about how the City responds to homelessness.

Public Counters

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, City of Sacramento public counters may have modified hours, services or may only be serving customers online.

Click here for information about conducting business online or in some cases, scheduling individual appointments.

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By the numbers: How many youth are participating in City-sponsored programs?

New 15-foot sculpture at North Natomas Aquatics Complex captures ‘quintessential summer experience’

Congresswoman Matsui announces $3.5 million for water quality and flood prevention projects in the City of Sacramento

How to get free mulch at one of five events during ‘Mulch Mayhem’

City’s Community Engagement Manager receives ‘Women in Leadership’ award from Greater Sacramento NAACP

Del Rio Trail moves closer to construction phase with tree plan approval

City awards nearly 70 Sacramento nonprofits $950,000 in grants through Cultural Arts Awards program

Take advantage of discounted commuter parking rates from the City

Sacramento PD seeks community feedback on military equipment use policy

Traffic alert: Union Pacific Railroad to close section of Power Inn Road May 4-11

County of Sacramento Public Health Order

Sacramento County

As of March 1, 2022, the California Department of Public Health is strongly recommending that all persons, regardless of vaccination status, continue to wear face coverings in most public indoor settings.

This includes restaurants, retail establishments, theaters and state and local government offices that serve the public.

The CDPH continues to require face coverings for all individuals in certain high-risk settings, such as when using public transit or when in homeless shelters, nursing homes and other health-care facilities.

Sacramento County’s public health order (which aligns with the CDPH’s) also requires face coverings for all individuals in specific high-risk settings.

Diversity & Equity

City Workforce Diversity & Equity

The City of Sacramento is committed to building a more representative, equitable and inclusive City workforce. Learn more about our Race & Gender Equity Action Plan and its ongoing implementation.

City Council Meetings

The public podium in the City of Sacramento council chambers

Generally, the regular City Council meets on Tuesday at 2 p.m. and/or 5 p.m.  Please refer to the 2022 City Council Meeting Calendar for specific dates and times.

The 2022 City Council Meeting Calendar.

2022 Standing Committee Calendars 

View upcoming meeting materials, archived video meetings, and contracts for review by council.

Media guidelines for high-attendance City meetings