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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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Social Media Networks


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CITY NEWS

The City is looking to hire its next chief of police and wants your input. Take the survey.

New film incentive program launches to foster media production in Sacramento

The City needs your input for transportation planning on Northgate and Freeport Boulevards

City approves purchase of downtown motel to create more housing for people experiencing homelessness

City Council votes to invest $61.7 million in COVID-19 relief funds to help residents and businesses

City unveils additional curbside EV chargers featuring art from local artists

City Council reinstates pre-pandemic on-street parking operations

Learn about flood preparedness in Sacramento at this Oct. 28 webinar

McKinley Park receives new recreational ‘upgrades,’ following completion of its stormwater vault

Playgrounds, trails and new story center part of $35 million in state budget funds coming to Sacramento

County of Sacramento Public Health Order

Sacramento County

Due to the continued day-over-day case rate increases of COVID-19 from the highly infectious Delta variant, Sacramento County Public Health on July 29, 2021, issued a health order requiring masking indoors regardless of vaccination status.

While cases continue to surge -- and until vaccination rates have increased in Sacramento County -- all residents must wear face coverings in all indoor public settings, venues, gatherings and workplaces, such as, but not limited to: offices, retail stores, restaurants and bars, theaters, family entertainment centers, conference centers and State and local government offices serving the public.


In accordance with the County’s health order, all employees, volunteers, interns, contractors and members of the public must wear face coverings when indoors in City of Sacramento facilities, regardless of vaccination status.

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 each month as follows:

1st Tuesday at 5 p.m.
2nd Tuesday at 2 p.m.
3rd Tuesday at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m.

However, there are exceptions as shown in the 2021 approved calendar.

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

Media guidelines for high-attendance City meetings