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Sacramento COVID Relief

Sacramento COVID Relief

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

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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Creative Economy 'Recovery Program' now accepting grant applications through Sept. 30

City launches outreach campaign to connect residents, business, and non-profits with COVID relief resources

Teen work-based learning program extends into the fall, seeks community partners

Attend this webinar and increase your 'water wisdom'

Here's how the City is supporting school-based meal distributions during smokey weather

This new academic support program at City community centers is expected to help students with distance learning

City allocates majority of $89 million in CARES Act Funding, helping Sacramentans affected by COVID-19

JUMP e-bikes and e-scooters return to Sacramento. Here's what's different this time around

City to perform maintenance on critical infrastructure, including levees and waterways

Council just approved a plan to transform this area near Broadway. What happens now?

County of Sacramento Public Health Order

Sacramento County

The County of Sacramento on Aug. 31 released an amended public-health order that aligns with the State’s new tiered system for monitoring COVID-19 infection rates in counties and allowable activities.


Sacramento County is in tier 1/purple which indicates that infection rates are “widespread” and describes how business sectors can operate as well as any restrictions.


In alignment with tier 1, business sectors including nail salons, body waxing, estheticians, museums, zoos, places of worship, movie theaters, gyms and fitness centers, cardrooms, family entertainment centers and food establishments can operate outdoors with restrictions.


Critical infrastructure, hair salons, barbershops, all retail and shopping centers (at 25 percent maximum capacity) and professional sports without live audiences can operate indoors.

City Council Meetings

The public podium in the City of Sacramento council chambers

Generally, the regular City Council meets each month as follows:

1st Tuesday at 5 p.m.
2nd Tuesday at 2 p.m.
4th Tuesday at 5 p.m.

However, there are exceptions as shown in the 2020 approved calendar.

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

Media guidelines for high-attendance City meetings

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