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A tree in Sacramento.

The Urban Bicycling 101 Class is a great introduction or a refresher for people who bicycle on-street in Sacramento. This class also meets the requirements for the Sidewalk Bicycling Diversion Program.

Upcoming classes include:

  • July 20th: 6-8pm
  • August 10th: 6-8pm
  • September 21st: 6-8pm

For more information please click here.

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Public Works New Strategic Plan

Learn about Public Works Strategic Plan for 2016-2019. The plan is our roadmap and describes our commitments to serving the City, its residents, businesses, visitors, and our government and agency partners.



Jun 26 - Hector Barron has been appointed Director of Public Works today by City Manager Howard Chan. Barron is responsible for leading the Department of Public Works of 725 employees and managing a $200 million budget with divisions of Engineering Services, Facilities and Real Property Management, Fleet Management, Maintenance Services, Parking Services, Recycling and Solid Waste, and Transportation. Read Post

Jun 26 - Today, City officials and partners “levered” the first plank at the Front Street Embarcadero groundbreaking. The event celebrated the collaborative effort among City officials, the business community, and State Parks to revitalize the riverfront. Read Post

Jun 26 - The Sacramento Fire Department will perform a series of controlled burns on 28 acres in the American River Parkway beginning tomorrow morning, June 26th, at 9AM. Burns will be performed from 9AM to noon each day, until all areas have been burned. The fire department has worked closely over the last several months with Sacramento County officials, Park Rangers, local utility companies, conservation groups, and other stakeholders to craft a plan to reduce fire fuels in the Parkway and preserve natural habitats. Read Post

Jun 22 - The California ISO has issued a flex alert through today– asking that utility customers voluntarily conserve electricity usage during peak times. With temperatures expected to hit 109 within the hour, the City of Sacramento and County of Sacramento are asking everyone to just chill, at least, periodically in air-conditioned spots. To help ensure against widespread power outages, keep your air conditioning at 78 or above. Read Post