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In preparation for the upcoming opening of #Golden1Center, the Sacramento Police Department is holding Arena Orientation Training for its officers. This training will be attended by all police employees who will be working events at the new arena.
The focus of the training is to educate and orient officers to the new landscape that Golden 1 Center will create in the core area of the city. Officers will learn the emergency response procedures, location of parking available to the public, way-finding and the transportation management plan for vehicles, pedestrian flow, public transit and bicycles related to the new environment surrounding the arena.
Additionally, this training will give officers a first-hand glimpse of the comprehensive security plan that will be implemented to ensure visitors have a safe, fun and hassle-free experience. Each event held at Golden 1 Center will bring excitement to the downtown area where thousands of people from around the region will have the opportunity to experience and enjoy what #Sacramento has to offer. Read Post
"Sacramento Police Department Chief Sam Somers tells us about how they are getting ready for the opening and the changes their department has seen in recent years." Read Post
Vote for Front Street Animal Shelter as the best local charity on KCRA’s A-List!
For the third consecutive year, our community has a chance to acknowledge the shelter’s exceptional services on the less fortunate animals in Sacramento. Annually, over 11,000 animals needing medical care and rehabilitation are found on Front Street. To increase the percentage of animals that are treated and placed into loving homes, the shelter hosts various fundraising events for animal care supplies. Read Post
The Sacramento Fire Department hard at work training. Just another way the City is preparing for the opening of #Golden1Center Read Post
-Two water quality concerns related to aesthetics have been reported. These two aesthetic concerns are temporary, separate and not related in any way.-
The first is that water in the South area of the City has been described as “mossy” or “earthy” in flavor recently. The water is safe to drink. We want to let our customers know that the taste can be affected by lower water levels in the Sacramento and American rivers and higher water temperatures.
This causes naturally occurring bacteria that affect the taste of the water, but pose no health risk. This happens around this time of year when it’s hot and dry. As temperatures start to cool, the taste and odor issue will eventually disappear. To alleviate the earthy taste, the City’s water quality superintendent recommends adding lemon to the water or placing tap water in the refrigerator to cool it down.
The second is related to a report from a citizen in the Pocket area who observed particles in the water. This is not uncommon when construction is taking place nearby. During construction, pipes can be disturbed and this can cause dislodging of particles from the pipe surface. This also poses no health risk. The City recommends flushing cold water lines until the water runs clear again.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call 311. Read Post
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