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More people are leaving the San Francisco Bay Area for Sacramento. Find out why this trend is continuing and learn more about the great amenities that exist in Sacramento!

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.


Jan 18 - As of Jan. 16, the City’s outreach partners have enrolled 244 people into the Winter Triage Center and have found permanent housing for six people experiencing homelessness. “This shelter is working well. The Volunteers of America Northern California & Northern Nevada are a tremendous operator, and so far the results are very positive,” said Councilmember Jeff Harris. “This shelter provides respite from the elements 24/7 as well as caseworkers and services for the residents. This effort moves us in the right direction to achieve our goal: long-term housing solutions for 2000 people by 2020.” Read Post

Jan 18 - Not able to attend Mayor Darrell Steinberg's State of the City Address this morning? The full address will be available later today, but in the meantime, check out the intro video! Read Post

Jan 16 - Don't forget to follow the new Youth, Parks, & Community Enrichment Facebook page! Read Post

Jan 12 - "It's the opportunity to leverage the attention and bring more filmmaking to Sacramento," Visit Sacramento CEO Mike Testa said. "We are getting a lot of attention from that one film." Read Post