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Whistleblower Hotline


In the interest of public accountability and being responsible stewards of public funds, the City has established an enhanced whistleblower hotline. The hotline protects the anonymity of those leaving tips to the extent permitted by law.

The toll free number and web portal is being launched by the City Auditor's Office through an independent reporting service. The service is available 24/7/365 days per year. Through this service, all phone calls and emails will be received anonymously by third party staff.

Report online or call
toll-free: 888-245-8859.

CITY NEWS

Hundreds turn out to celebrate and tour the grand reopening of the 91-year-old Sacramento Valley Station.

The City of Sacramento, in partnership with Wind Youth Services, announced the expansion of Wind Youth Services’ operational hours to accommodate overnight options for unhoused youth.

Mayor Steinberg will host a series of public meetings on the future of the Convention Center. Meetings will be held at New City Hall in the first floor Conference Room 1119.

The Housing Authorities of the County and City of Sacramento are considering establishing a homeless preference for subsidized housing programs. Find out when public meetings are scheduled.

The City of Sacramento, in partnership with MyFreeTaxes, United Way Worldwide, and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) are offering free tax preparation services.

Visit the new Sacramento 311 Knowledgebase. Download the free Sacramento 311 Android phone app or iPhone app.

Sign up to receive email, text alerts or phone calls about emergencies in the City of Sacramento.

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