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New Grocery Store to Come to North Sacramento

Following the opening of the new Viva Supermarket at the old Market Basket location on Marysville Boulevard which will provide fresh meat, fruits, vegetables and a total of 40 new jobs to local residents of District 2, Grocery Outlet has submitted a letter of intent to open a store in North Sacramento with a commitment from Paul Petrovich Development. The store will be located on the southeast corner of Del Paso Boulevard and El Camino Avenue.  Councilmember Warren hopes to see the store open near the end of the year. 

About Councilmember Warren

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Allen has devoted countless hours to his community serving on the boards of the Sacramento Zoo, KVIE Public Television, the Greater Sacramento Urban League, National Minority Junior Golf and Sacramento State University Presidential Advisory Board. Currently, Allen serves as Chair of the Entertainment and Sports Center (ESC) Committee, Chair of the Sacramento Employment and Training Agency (SETA), Chair of the City of Sacramento Audit Committee, as well as serving on numerous other boards and commissions.

Read more about the Councilmember.

District 2 Updates

Homelessness is not just an issue that impacts District 2. The City of Sacramento is actively engaged in regional efforts to prevent and end homelessness through the support of and participation in local initiatives overseen by Sacramento Steps Forward. Read a brief synopsis of homelessness in Sacramento.  City staff have compiled information on one year’s worth of expenditures and found that the City spends more than $13.6 million annually to address homelessness. Read the full Cost of Homelessness Report, finalized October 2015.

The Fall 2016 Landscape & Learning Youth Employment Program is recruiting youth for the summer. Deadline to apply is September 1st, 2016. Find the application here: L and L Youth Employment Program

City Manager John Shirey releases theFiscal Year 2016/17 Proposed Budget. See the budget public hearings schedule.

District 2 Hot Spots will be opening soon. Dates for the summer through fall are: June 24,  July 8, 22 August 12, 26
September 9, 23, October 14, 28 and  November 18 at Norwood Junior High School at 4601 Norwood Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95838. 

Night Life Turned Right is a summer program open to youths of all ages, families and the community at the Robertson Center every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday during the summer months. Various classes were available such as photography, cooking, and fashion. Stay tuned for dates and confirmation for the second year of Night Life Turned Right!

Current On-going Volunteer Opportunities. Find them here.

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SOCIAL MEDIA FEEDS

Aug 24 - The North Sac Youth Soccer Club will be hosting another players clinic ans sign up this weekend at the Robertson Center. Read Post

Aug 16 - Hmong Youth and Parents United Thank you for putting on this successful summer program for the youth in District 2! I am happy to be invited to your summer gala. Read Post

Aug 15 - Great National Night Out Events held by community leaders and organizations this year. Great work and let's keep moving District 2 Forward! Read Post

Aug 15 - CM Warren visit's Freedom School and brings them ice cream! Roberts Family Development Center Read Post

Aug 15 - Hi Sacramento, Do you know of a high school student who would be interested in this unique opportunity? Enrollment ends September 16th and academies start September/October. Please download the application at the location below and for questions email YouthPrograms@sacda.org. Thank you! The Sacramento Police Department encourages high school students to apply for this year’s Youth Academy. Students will learn about the criminal justice system and engage in open communication between law enforcement and themselves concerning issues that affect youth today - including race as a factor in the criminal justice system, use of force, gun violence, gangs, dating violence, human trafficking, marijuana, crime scene investigation and evidence, and distracted driving. A career fair will be held at graduation. The program is open to current Sacramento County high school students (incoming 10th through 12th graders). Eligible students can apply for either the South, North, or East Area academy. They must submit a completed application, which can be downloaded at www.sacda.org. The deadline to apply is September 16, 2016. For questions, please email YouthPrograms@sacda.org. Read Post

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