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Natomas Tree Refund

A tree in Sacramento.

Fees were collected for street trees in planned unit developments on about 15,498 parcels in North Natomas. However, the developers of these subdivisions chose instead to plant trees on their own. Therefore, the City is returning the fee, following City Council approval on March 24, 2015.

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Expanding Public Works


The Department of Public Works has recently expanded to include

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Fleet Services Division of the Department of Public Works

Facilities Division of the Department of Public Works

The expanded department represents a staff of over 750 employees working hard to deliver projects, providing services and programs to the greater Sacramento Community! Please feel free to contact us if you have questions, or would like to share your experience with our customer service.

SOCIAL MEDIA FEEDS

May 26 - River waters will be cold, high, and fast this holiday weekend. Life looks good on you - Don't forget the life vest. #sacrivers Read Post

May 26 - "Real-estate agents and developers say the most desirable neighborhoods are in the urban core—a shift from the prior boom cycle around 2005, when suburban areas with gated developments and highly rated public schools were more popular." Read Post

May 26 - As part of the inaugural Parks Open House, the department will be showcasing many of its diverse programs. The activity-filled day will include a fashion show preview put on by the Agee Fashion Institute (AFI). Read Post

May 25 - The Crocker Art Museum remains in an exclusive club of museums having just been awarded “reaccreditation” – the gold standard for museums in the United States – by the American Alliance of Museums. Congratulations to the Crocker! Read Post