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The Human Resources Department delivers programs and services in a professional manner to customers that result in a positive experience.



The Human Resources Department will be recognized for exceptional business practices and customer service.


LGBTQIA+ liaison

The Diversity and Equity Manager serves as the City's LGBTQIA+ Liaison:
Aimée Zenzele Barnes
(916) 808-1174- Office


In response to the directive from the County Public Health official, effective close of business on Wednesday, March 18, 2020, all city public counters are closed to the public for in person business until further notice. Human Resources public counters closed for business include HR Administration, Employment, Classification, and Development, and Benefit Services.

The public is encouraged to direct any inquiries as follows during this closure:

HR Administration:
Employment, Classification, and Development:
Benefit Services:


Welcome to City of Sacramento Human Resources.

The Human Resources Department is comprised of Administration/Office of the Director, ADA Compliance, Benefit Services, Employment, Classification & Development (ECD), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Office, Labor Relations, Leave Administration, Loss Prevention, Risk Management and Workers' Compensation.

The City of Sacramento is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to creating and maintaining a work environment that is free of all forms of discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment, retaliation, and malicious false accusation. In furtherance of this commitment, the City will consider any report of harassment, discrimination, retaliation, or malicious false accusation to be deserving of investigation.

All employees, applicants, and independent contractors working with the City of Sacramento are to be treated with dignity and respect, and the City will not tolerate discrimination or harassment in the hiring, promotion, discharge, compensation, fringe benefits and other privileges of employment. Further, the City will not tolerate harassment or discrimination of its workers by others with whom the City has a business, service, or professional relationship.

Telecommute Program

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The City of Sacramento Telecommute Program gives eligible employees the opportunity to work in a designated location away from the office.

Contact Us

City Hall
915 I Street
Sacramento, CA 95814

Administration/Office of the Director

ADA Compliance

Benefit Services 

Employment, Classification & Development

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Office

Labor Relations 

Leaves of Absence

Risk Management
Loss Prevention: 916-808-5278
Workers’ Compensation: 916-808-5741

HR Department Organizational Chart



Citywide Policies

Civil Service Board Rules

For Wage Garnishments, please contact City of Sacramento Payroll:   

Employment and Income Verification: Please either call 1-800-367-5690 or visit The Work Number and enter Employer Code 14367

Employment and income verification requests that require more recent data than The Work Number has on file, please contact City of Sacramento Payroll: