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Sacramento COVID Relief

Sacramento COVID Relief

Find the latest updates and information regarding COVID‑19 in Sacramento.

Responding To Homelessness

Responding to Homelessness

Here is information on the City's "Safe Ground" and "Safe Parking" programs as well as some frequently asked questions about how the City responds to homelessness.

Public Counters

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, City of Sacramento public counters may have modified hours, services or may only be serving customers online.

Click here for information about conducting business online or in some cases, scheduling individual appointments.

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City selects 39 artists and 10 locations for community mural program

City extends expanded outdoor restaurant dining program through June 2022

Dry conditions could cause an "earthy" taste in drinking water. Here's what you can do about it

City to open cooling centers Wednesday-Saturday to assist residents during this week’s heat wave

Sacramento youth: Submit your art to tell the City how you would shape the future of parks and recreation programs

What are your transportation values? Tell the City before the survey closes June 14

The City wants your thoughts on a plan for managing urban water supplies. Here's how you can get involved

City Council commits additional $600,000 to provide computers, internet and digital training to Sacramentans

City Council just approved an ordinance requiring new buildings to run entirely on electricity. What happens next?

Do you know what Public Works does? See how the department has gone above and beyond over the past 6 months

County of Sacramento Public Health Order

Sacramento County

Fifteen months after Californians faced their first COVID-19 stay-at-home order, the State on June 15 rescinded most mask rules for vaccinated people and ended capacity limitations for businesses and venues. Fully vaccinated people are no longer required to wear masks in most public settings, such as stores, restaurants, gyms, movie theaters and family entertainment centers.


Unvaccinated people are still required to wear masks in indoor public settings and businesses. In general, people do not need to wear masks when outdoors (with some exceptions). Sacramento County has let its public-health order expire and now is following the State’s public-health order.

Proposed Budget for FY2021/22

The City of Sacramento has released its proposed budget for fiscal year 2021/22. The budget totals $1.3 billion for operations and capital improvement projects. It supports 4,883 full-time positions and is balanced. Read more here.

City Council Meetings

The public podium in the City of Sacramento council chambers

Generally, the regular City Council meets each month as follows:

1st Tuesday at 5 p.m.
2nd Tuesday at 2 p.m.
3rd Tuesday at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m.

However, there are exceptions as shown in the 2021 approved calendar.

View upcoming meeting materials, archived video meetings, and contracts for review by council.

Media guidelines for high-attendance City meetings