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Community Announcements

Cannabis Cultivation within the City of Sacramento

Our office is committed to making this process as transparent as it can be.  To find out more information regarding Cannabis please visit refer to our Office of Cannabis Management

All cannabis related business requires a conditional use permit. If you want know when a public hearing will be conducted, please refer to our Cannabis-Related Conditional Use Permit website. Most public hearing will be conducted by the Zoning Administrator, and the Councilmember or public will have 10 days to appeal a decision.

The City amended it's ordinance regarding residential medical cultivation. The amended ordinance adopted on August 29 repealed the 400-sq. ft. allowed indoor grow space and has been replaced with a maximum of six living plants per household to align with State law.  The 6-plant limit applies to cannabis grown either for medical or non-medical purposes. The new ordinance imposes a penalty of $500 per plant that is in excess of the limit. It is scheduled to take effect on September 29. If you suspect an illegal grow in your area, please report it to the police or through our anonymous crime tip hotline


District 2 Updates

Temporary Winter Homeless Triage Shelters
The Mayor and Council are working diligently to find creative solutions to the homeless challenges that are facing our city. Our objective is to find suitable locations to house our homeless community members while also mitigating any potential negative impacts that occur in and around the locations of the proposed homeless facilities. As the council person elected to represent District 2, I believe the City of Sacramento's current homeless issue is potentially one of the most important issues facing us in recent history. As such, I have prioritized finding solutions and have been clear that District 2 would do its part in this respect. The proposed location for the winter shelter project is in the warehouse district on Railroad Avenue. The Mayor and Council has agreed to allocation additional funding to mitigate the impacts of this winter shelter. Find more information on the winter shelter here

Check out the 311 and SAC PD Mobile App on your phone
Can't call 311? Then check out the 311 app on your phone. Sacramento City 311 handles all City municipal service requests that are not police and fire related. This application allows the user to make service requests 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays. To find more amazing apps regarding the City of Sacramento, please refer to our IT's Mobile Applications page. 

Seasonal Leaf Services
It's time for city to begin the Residential Leaf Season Collection. Fill containers first, then pile! First day to put a leaf pile in the street is November 1, 2017. Last day is January 31, 2018. Find your estimated collection date on our Collection Calendar beginning October 31, 2017.

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. 

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.


Councilmember Allen W. Warren

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