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Natomas Tree Refund

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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.


Jun 27 - The Historic Fred Mayes Clock, located on the corner of 10th and J Streets, will be temporarily removed for repair beginning June 28. The City has conducted a thorough diagnostic and found that the entire clock needs to be removed from its base and taken to a professional workshop to be repaired and resealed to prevent future damages. A clock expert and a local neon service company have been contracted to perform the work. Read Post

Jun 27 - Hot weather is expected this week and Cooling Centers may be open via community or faith-based organizations. Find the full list at As always, take precautions to avoid Summer heat during peak hours of the day (3-6 p.m.) and stay hydrated! Read Post

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