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In partnership with the Regional Water Authority, the City will be hosting a free mulch event at the Sacramento Marina on Saturday, May 21 from 9 a.m. – noon.
The City's priority is water quality and safety. We accomplish this by meeting all state and Federal drinking water standards.
Beginning November 1, 2015: mandatory one day per week watering schedule, either on Saturday or Sunday (your choice), except when it has been raining. Help spare Sacramento water.
City Council agrees to four-year water and wastewater rate adjustments
Effective March 13, Sacramento water users can water two days per week this spring and summer through November 6, 2016.
Read more about our water main pipeline & meter projects. For updates about the projects, please read our current newsletter.
As part of the water metering and water main installation, the City is committed to getting H Street through East Sacramento back to original or better condition.
Beginning the week of May 23rd, City contractors will grind out and resurface the main pipe trench for a smoother and lasting surface on areas of H Street between Alhambra Boulevard and 50th Street that were impacted by construction. Trench restoration is expected to take about one to two days. Road closures and detours will occur on portions of H Street until approximately June 3rd. In addition, signage will be in place to direct traffic.
Complete aesthetic restoration is projected for 2018. However, street maintenance funds are limited and the exact year is tentative. For more information about projected years of when streets will be resurfaced, visit the City’s street maintenance webpage.
City reduces storm drainage service rates for property owners of vacant commercial properties
In partnership with the Regional Water Authority, the City will be hosting a free mulch event at the Sacramento Marina on Saturday, May 21 between 9 a.m. – noon.
Stay up to date about the Proposed Rate Adjustments: Your Utilities. Your Community. Newsletter
You may be eligible to save $156 annually on utility costs with the expanded Utility Rate Assistance Program.
City park watering on a Monday? Find out why.
River-Friendly Landscape Rebate Program provides rebates for turf replacement.
Sacramento Department of Utilities unveils Utility Rate Assistance Program
Have you been noticing the green cages in East Sacramento and wondering what they are? They protect an important part of the transmission water main system – air release valves. Over time, tiny air bubbles in water collect and eventually form large bubbles that get trapped in high points within the water mains. These green cages allow the air to escape.
To learn more, read the City Express blog at https://sacramentocityexpress.com/2016/05/23/ever-wonder-what-those-green-cages-in-east-sacramento-are/. Read Post
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