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Cause of colored water on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017: The City’s Department of Utilities has determined that the cause of the discolored water is manganese, a metal that can occur naturally in ground water.

Do Not Drink Notice Lifted: The "Do Not Drink" notice has been lifted for the area bounded by Pell Drive, Norwood Ave., Main Ave. and I-80. Additional questions? Call 311 or 916-264-5011.

City of Sacramento institutes steeper fines and enforcement to push cannabis cultivation out of residential neighborhoods and toward a legal operation

Help our Northern California neighbors under fire. Donations are needed!

City Council approves Job Growth and Employment Incentive Strategy to attract large, quality companies to the region.

The enhanced Sacramento Open Data Portal is now easier to explore, visualize and download data.

The City of Sacramento Ann Land and Bertha Henschel Memorial Funds Commission invites you to apply for grants from the Ann Land and Bertha Henschel Memorial Funds.

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Oct 23 - The Sacramento City Council is scheduled to weigh in on five items on Oct. 24 that expand the stock of homeless shelter space and create wrap-around supportive services. The proposed agreements all meet the “housing first” principles ­- low barrier access with medical, mental health and social services offered to help the homeless population find permanent homes and avoid returning to homelessness. Read Post

Oct 20 - The proposed agreements all meet the “housing first” principles ­- low barrier access with medical, mental health and social services offered to help the homeless population find permanent homes and avoid returning to homelessness. Read Post

Oct 20 - Announcing Creative Edge’s Upcoming November Community Meetings, check out the flyer! More details and invites to be posted next week. #CreativeEdgeSac cc Sacramento State Sacramento State Department of Art Sacramento Region Community Foundation Read Post

Oct 20 - The claw is back, November 1! Read Post

Oct 19 - This past September, Creative Edge reached over 370+ members of the Sacramento Area Community. It's clear. People out coming out and demanding a plan for Sacramento's future Arts, Culture, & Creative Economy. This week we will officially announce our November 6-8 community meetings starting at 5:30 p.m. In the meantime: Please complete and share this survey throughout your communities for feedback and ideas. #CreativeEdgeSac http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3828049/Sacramento-Arts-and-Creativity-Community-Survey Read Post