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ABOUT DISTRICT 4


Please visit www.solutions4sacramento.com for more information about my office.

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.

Contact us


Councilmember Hansen
915 I Street, 5th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814

Office: (916)808-7004
Fax: (916)264-7680
Email: SHansen@cityofsacramento.org

DISTRICT 4 NEWS

 

My office has launched Sacramento's online bicycle registry called RideOn! Please visit rideon.sacpd.org 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 www.sacrecycle.org.

We want to hear what you think! Sign up at www.EnvisionSacramento.com to let your ideas be heard.

Download the free Sacramento 311 Android phone app, iPhone app or web service

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

SOCIAL MEDIA FEEDS

Jan 13 - Had a great time speaking with students at McClatchy H.S. this morning. Mr. Apodaca’s Legal Careers class was full of bright students with great questions about public service, even at 8:00 a.m.! Also pictured are the future leaders of D4, the McClatchy H.S. Associated Student Body. The future is bright for these Lions! Read Post

Jan 12 - "We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly." This weekend, we will be reflecting on the words, actions, and leadership of the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. Communities around the nation will host marches to honor his memory and to "keep the dream alive." His message and contribution to the unending fight for civil rights and the humanity of all continues to be resonant this year. Our office will be joining Sacramento's March for the Dream this Monday, January 16th. Each year, this event draws thousands of marchers as they reflect on Dr. King's legacy, and the work to be done. Find more information about the march, including detailed route and timing information, here: http://marchforthedream.org/#march Read Post

Jan 10 - With our district having over around 9 miles of frontage on the Sacramento River, we've been watching river levels closely throughout the "atmospheric river" storm event. Residents from Garden Highway to Little Pocket are breathing a little easier after the Sacramento weir opened this morning for the first time in a decade. We're not dry, yet, though. And all of us at the City hope that people stay safe while we remain in flood monitoring stage until Thursday. Our City departments are continuing to work with the Department of Water Resources to monitor our levees; they are sharing that information via twitter at: https://twitter.com/TheCityofSac You can follow river levels through the National Weather Service, here: http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?gage=sacc1&wfo=sto The Sacramento Bee has been providing excellent storm coverage with video and information about our region's flood control systems, here: http://www.sacbee.com/news/weather/article125519869.html Read Post

Jan 06 - As you have likely seen, the storm system expected to hit the region this weekend will have its greatest impacts Saturday night (1/7) and continuing onto Monday (1/9). Our city departments of Public Works and Utilities will be working around the clock this weekend to eliminate localized flooding and clogged storm drains. City staff are confident that our combined sewer/wastewater system (which serves much of the Central City and Land Park) is up for the challenge. The greatest impacts are expected to be around our urban waterways. The City is suggesting residents prepare for the storm in the following ways: 1) Register with emergency alerts, here: http://www.sacramentoready.org/Pages/Emergency-Alerts-Notification-System.aspx 2) Check if there are any trees that may impact your property. High winds are expected. 4) Limit the leaf disposal on the street. Our District will not be getting another collection before tomorrow's storm arrival, so any leaves you have out should go into bins or out of the street until the storm passes. 5) The City will be offering two self-service sandbag locations tomorrow and Sunday from 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Sandbags limited to 10 per vehicle. • The North Area Corporation Yard, located at 918 Del Paso Road. • South Area Corporate Yard, located at 5730 24th Street. 6) Front Street is urging pet owners to have dry bedding and make sure fence lines are secure. 7) Report standing water to 311 and any downed power lines immediately to SMUD 1-888-456-7683. Read Post

Jan 05 - Each year, Homeless Street Count Volunteers work in teams to count people experiencing homelessness in our region and conduct surveys with individuals along the way. This is a huge, multi-jurisdiction effort. The data volunteers collect during the count impacts how the City and County provide services, as well as funding and priorities in the upcoming year. 350 volunteers are needed in order to to get an accurate count. Volunteers should be able to read a map, walk up to 2 miles, and have good communication skills. This is a rain or shine event. For more information about how to participate and contribute to this important effort, please see this link to Sacramento Steps Forward's volunteer sign-up page: http://www.handsonsuperiorcal.org/HOC__Volunteer_Opportunity_Details_Page?id=a0CA000000mVntTMAS Read Post