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The Department of Utilities has officially kicked off the first construction phase of the Downtown Sewer Upgrade along 9th Street from G to L streets. 

The City of Sacramento and County have jointly opened cooling centers. The Hart Senior Center and the Hagginwood Community Center are open today from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. for those who need respite from the heat.

Community members are invited to share their thoughts on current challenges, opportunities for improvements, and proposed enhancements to the 16th/North 16th Street corridor between H Street and Richards Boulevard. 

All 17 City of Sacramento community pools are open or about to open to welcome the summer pool season! Kids swim for as little as $2 per session, adults are $4. Discounts are available.

The unclaimed property list consists of 1,532 unclaimed items including uncashed vendor and employee checks and utility account credit balances. The deadline to submit a valid claim is June 29.

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SOCIAL MEDIA FEEDS

Jun 22 - The California ISO has issued a flex alert through today– asking that utility customers voluntarily conserve electricity usage during peak times. With temperatures expected to hit 109 within the hour, the City of Sacramento and County of Sacramento are asking everyone to just chill, at least, periodically in air-conditioned spots. To help ensure against widespread power outages, keep your air conditioning at 78 or above. Read Post

Jun 21 - Ouch, it's going to be a hot one tomorrow! Read Post

Jun 21 - Commercial property owners voted to support the Streetcar project Read Post

Jun 21 - These faith-based, government, and non-profit organizations have opened their doors as cooling centers so people can get in out of the heat. Call 2-1-1 for additional cool places to go such as libraries and community centers. Read Post

Jun 21 - These faith-based, government, and non-profit organizations have opened their doors as cooling centers so people can get in out of the heat. Call 2-1-1 for additional cool places to go such as libraries and community centers. Read Post

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