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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

Dec 03 - Reminder: Road closures for 34th annual California International Marathon, Sunday, December 4. Good luck to those running! https://sacramentocityexpress.com/2016/12/01/road-closures-for-34th-annual-california-international-marathon/ 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