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City Manager's Contract Extended

City Manager John Shirey

Mayor Johnson and the City Council voted to extend the contract of John F. Shirey as City Manager through November 18, 2016.

John Shirey Receives Wes McClure Award of Distinction

Sacramento City Manager John Shirey receives the Wes McClure Award of Distinction.

City Manager John Shirey is presented with the Wes McClure Award of Distinction for his outstanding career service, leadership, ethics, expertise and innovation in city management.

CITY NEWS

VITA offers free tax preparation for qualified residents of Sacramento. 

Facts from City Hall regarding homeless services, law enforcement interactions, and the City’s investments in addressing homelessness.

Department of Utilities proposed rate adjustments for storm drainage will be postponed until 2017.

We want to know how you rate Sacramento. The 2016 Rate Sacramento survey helps us plan for growth and improvement. 

Single-use plastic bags will no longer be provided by many businesses in Sacramento. Bring Your Own Sac!

The Downtown Developer Toolkit incorporates policies, processes, incentives and resources to assist in the development of residential projects downtown.

City launches PermitTracker, a new tool to track status of building permit applications

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

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SOCIAL MEDIA FEEDS

Feb 12 - On Thursday, Feb. 11, Viva Supermarket, the first full service supermarket in Del Paso Heights in many years, hosted a special welcome for residents of the community at a public grand opening event that included a ribbon cutting ceremony. Mayor Kevin Johnson, Council Member Allen Warren, City Manager John Shirey, Economic Development staff, Owner of Viva Supermarket Sean Loloee, and other community leaders participated in the ceremony. [ 82 more words. ] http://sacramentocityexpress.com/2016/02/12/del-paso-heights-welcomes-first-supermarket-in-over-30-years/ Read Post

Feb 11 - “Water meters are key in order to be able to give everybody a sense about the resources they’re using and paying for,” he said. “We’re not out of a drought yet.” - City Manager, John Shirey Read Post

Railyards

Passengers at the Intermodal Transit Facility, Railyards
The Railyards is a collaborative effort between the City of Sacramento and Inland American Sacramento Holdings.