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Take a look at the Redevelopment Agency Successor Agency's (RASA) Long Range Property Master Plan.  



Dec 03 - Reminder: Road closures for 34th annual California International Marathon, Sunday, December 4. Good luck to those running! Read Post

Dec 02 - "This past June, [Jeff] Harris spearheaded a six-month pilot project called Pit Stop that put a portable bathroom for the homeless population at a River District intersection close to organizations that serve them, such as Women’s Empowerment." Read Post

Dec 01 - Thousands of runners will participate in the 34th annual California International Marathon this Sunday, December 4, 2016. The race will begin in Folsom at 7 a.m. and will end at the State Capitol. Read Post

Nov 30 - On Wednesday, Nov. 30, the community celebrated the groundbreaking of the Brooks Truitt Bark Park, midtown’s first urban dog park. Centrally located on the grid on Q and 19th streets, Truitt Bark Park will include separate fenced-in-parks for small and large dogs, art, a public plaza and community garden. This once undeveloped area will be a vibrant gathering place for residents and their furry friends to enjoy. Read Post