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As part of the Capital Region Small Business Week, the 2017 BizX Conference will take place on Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017 from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Crocker Art Museum, Setzer Auditorium at 216 O Street in Downtown Sacramento.  For more information and registration on BizX and the Capital Region Small Business Week please visit this site.

Take a look at the Redevelopment Agency Successor Agency's (RASA) Long Range Property Master Plan.  


In a bold statement intended to underscore its commitment to innovation, the City of Sacramento recently awarded nearly $1 million organizations that will incubate, accelerate and mentor startup companies willing to invest and grow in Sacramento.  In approving the RAILS grants, Sacramento’s leadership took a step that has no known precedent around the country, and has made it clear that it intends to sustain and grow a cluster of companies that train technology workers, design technologies and build the products that will propel us into the future.  Read about the award winners here:


Mar 23 - The Department of Parks and Recreation is teaming up with Cosumnes River College to host the 10th anniversary of Our Life Stories cross-generational writers’ conference on Saturday, April 22. The Our Life Stories event centers on memoir writing (particularly family stories), with this year’s spotlight on humor. This year’s event showcases nationally-recognized writers, including Pulitzer Prize winning political cartoonist and essayist Jack Ohman, poet and short story writer James Cagney, and comedienne Allison Page. Read Post

Mar 23 - Wait abatement season is officially here! Read Post

Mar 23 - What happens when you close down a street for people to play, get active, and celebrate the Open Streets movement? It's happening, May 21 on Broadway! Read Post

Mar 22 - Beginning Friday, March 24 at 11:00 p.m., temporary road closures will be enacted to facilitate the removal of the remaining tower crane constructing the DOCO mixed use tower. Read Post