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I'm proud to serve the constituents of Council District 4.

Council District 4 includes the wonderful neighborhoods of Sacramento’s central city, Land Park, Little Pocket, and River Oaks communities. Our district is full of arts, great restaurants, and some of Sacramento’s most historic neighborhoods!

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or suggestions you have.

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Vice Mayor Hansen
915 I Street, 5th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814

Office: (916) 808-7004
Fax: (916) 264-7680



My office has launched Sacramento's online bicycle registry called RideOn! Please visit to learn more about the registry and to register your bicycle!

Enjoy this video showcasing our wonderful City! 

The City's Household Junk Pickup Program (formally the Neighborhood Cleanup Program) is expanding to two appointments this year and appointments are now being taken! The program begins February 1 and will run through the month of October. For more information on how to schedule a pickup, visit

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Visit our new Sacramento Valley Station website for updates on Phase II renovations


Feb 15 - Big night at SMUD — unanimously voted to become the name sponsor of the Powerhouse Science Center! Thank you, SMUD Board. Ground breaking this summer! #woohoo #stem #power #electricity Read Post

Feb 08 - Our vision for safer streets comes from better, safer street design, but will be for naught if drivers are distracted, impaired, or reckless with the lives of others. Join me and Councilmember Jay Schenirer in this fight to save lives and improve our community. Read Post

Feb 02 - Just a friendly reminder that Museum Day is this Saturday, Feb. 3rd! A total of 26 local museums are opening their doors to the community for free from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Sacramento Zoo and Fairytale Town will offer half-priced admissions. For a list of participating museums, visit BONUS: SacRT is supporting this event by offering free rides on bus and light rail to anyone visiting a participating museum during the event. To ride SacRT for free, riders must present the Museum Day flyer, which can be found by visiting or the attached photo. Read Post

Jan 30 - Late last year, I asked our Public Works Department to reenvision our joint City County Bicycle Advisory Committee and they came back with our new Active Transportation Commission. The new commission will help advise and guide our City's transportation investments to be more responsive to the needs of all road users. If you are interested in serving on the new commission, you can find more information here: There are 11 open seats: One member shall be recommended for appointment by each councilmember; One member shall be recommended for appointment by the mayor; and Two members shall be at large and recommended for appointment by the personnel and public employees committee: One shall have (i) demonstrated interest in active transportation; and (ii) shall be qualified by training or professional experience and demonstrated leadership as a licensed civil or traffic engineer; or a professional transportation planner. One shall have (i) demonstrated interest in active transportation; and (ii) have experience with advocating around transportation issues. Applications are open until Friday, February 16, 2018. Those seeking any seat, including appointments by a Council Member or the Mayor, must complete an application. Apply here or reach out to Matt Read, District Director, at for more information. Read Post

Jan 25 - WE NEED YOUR HELP!!! On Friday, January 19th, 2018 at 1540 hours, the Sacramento Police Department received a report of a dog hanging by a leash from a tree along the levee in the 5000 block of Riverside Boulevard. Police officers responded and located the dog who was deceased upon their arrival. Radiographs and necropsy confirmed that the puppy endured extensive and brutal suffering prior to its death. The dog was a very dark gray to black in color female chihuahua terrier mix that was approximately 4 months of age, weighing 12 pounds (picture attached). City of Sacramento Animal Enforcement Team is aware of the link between animal cruelty and other forms of violence such as child abuse and domestic violence. We take all crime seriously in our City and we need the help of our community to find out who tortured this puppy and brutally killed her. We ask that anyone who recognizes this dog or has any information at all about what happened to her to call Crime Stoppers at 916-443-HELP or Chief Animal Control Officer Jace Huggins at 916-808-5855. Tips may be left anonymously. A reward of $12,000 is being offered by Humane Society of the United States, Red Rover, Crime Stoppers, and Sacramento SPCA to assist with the successful capture and prosecution of the suspect(s). Read Post