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Census 2020

It is important for every person living in Sacramento County as of April 1, 2020 to be counted in the Census as the results will affect community funding, political representation, education, health care, and more. Here are some quick facts about the Census:

  • Participating in the Census is easy and can be done online, by mail, or in person.
  • All responses to the Census are kept confidential.
  • Information submitted on the Census will not interfere with any existing or future citizenship applications. The Census does not cross-reference submitted information.
  • African Americans were one of the largest under-counted populations in the 2010 Census. This time, let’s make sure everyone is counted.
  • Many programs that impact Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities are based in whole or in part on census data.
  • If you identify yourself as an American Indian or Alaska Native, no one will ask you to show proof of tribal enrollment or a Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood (CDIB).
  • Getting an accurate count of LGBTQI+ means better representation and funding that provide crucial services to our community.

Let's make sure we are all counted! Learn more about the Census here

 

District 2 Updates

Solving Homelessness 
The City is working with dozens of dedicated community partners to solve homelessness, including local governments, non-profits, charitable foundations, health-care providers and faith-based organizations. Individuals can access help in many ways. Every day, outreach workers and officers on the Sacramento Police Department’s IMPACT Team build trust with unsheltered individuals, helping them to get off the streets and into shelters.  Individuals can enroll in programs such as Pathways to Health + Home that connect them with health care and other vital services. As their lives become stabilized, individuals are transitioned into more permanent housing with the assistance of case managers. Councilmember Warren has put forward a plan to address homelessness in North Sacramento. He is proposing a plan called Renewal Village. Read more about it here. 

Rio Linda Blvd. Bridge Replacement & Main Ave. Realignment 
The Rio Linda Boulevard Bridge Replacement & Main Avenue Realignment Project is located near the intersection of Rio Linda Boulevard and Main Avenue in the City’s Robla neighborhood. The project will construct a new bridge to replace the existing structurally deficient bridge. Magpie Creek and Main Avenue will both be realigned to the south. The intersection will be widened to accommodate dedicated turn pockets and Main Avenue will intersect perpendicularly to Rio Linda Boulevard. Updated project information and exhibits can be found here.

Use The SacRecycle App
The City of Sacramento has a free Sacrecycle App designed to provide quick access for information such as: recycling and street sweeping calendars and reminder notifications, plus the Waste Wizard– a database of hundreds of household items and proper disposal methods in Sacramento.

D.W Babcock School Access Improvements
The D.W. Babcock School Access Improvements Project will implement pedestrian and safety improvements near the D.W. Babcock Elementary School located at 2400 Cormorant Way in the Swanstons Estates Neighborhood. The Project limits include the intersection of El Camino Avenue at Albatross Way, Albatross Way, Woolley Way and Cormorant Way. Improvements include the installation of a new traffic signal at the intersection of El Camino Avenue at Albatross Way, and the reconstruction of curb, gutter, sidewalk, curb ramps, and pedestrian crossings along El Camino Avenue, Albatross Way, Woolley Way, and Cormorant Way. Read more about the project here

Current On-going Volunteer Opportunities. Find them here.

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About Councilmember Warren

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Welcome to the website for District 2 in the City of Sacramento!

District 2 is home to many neighborhoods, each rich with history, diversity, and character. I am proud to represent this district on the City Council and pleased to share some of it with you through this site and my Facebook page.

On this website you will find district news and events, information about our city hall office and the district staff, and a directory of the many organizations and amenities. You will also find a guide to city and regional resources and contact information for my city hall office. Please take advantage of the information on this website and contact my office with news from your neighborhood, feedback, or questions at any time.

I look forward to working with you to improve north Sacramento and our great city.

Sincerely,

Councilmember Allen W. Warren

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