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Addressing Homelessness

Sacramento homeless line up at neighborhood pool

The City of Sacramento is committed to being a city where all are welcome, where all are supported and where all have opportunities to thrive. Those experiencing homelessness in our city are a visible, and sometimes invisible, reminder of the work we must do to be a world class city. As the largest city in Sacramento County and the region, the City is committed to working in partnership with other jurisdictions in the region to prevent and end homelessness throughout Sacramento.

CITY NEWS

Fiscal year 2018/19 Proposed Budget released. City bracing for 2019/20 when expenses are projected to exceed revenues; with few exceptions, budget limits additional positions to those that are offset by revenues.

City's first Winter Triage Shelter serves more than 300. Fifty people have found housing. See weekly data updates.

The switch is flipped On for Powerhouse Science Center for K-12 on the Riverfront.

Mayor Darrell Steinberg joined Verizon in announcing that their first commercial launch will be in Sacramento - the first scaled commercial practical implementation of 5G in the nation. It's expected to be implemented in the second half of 2018.

City of Sacramento institutes steeper fines and enforcement to push cannabis cultivation out of residential neighborhoods and toward a legal operation

City Council approves Job Growth and Employment Incentive Strategy to attract large, quality companies to the region.

What does 'Adult Use' Cannabis mean for Sacramento?

Golden 1 Center earns A+ in local hiring apprenticeships, more info here. 

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Railyards

Sacramento Railyards

The Railyards will be a mixed-use hub for entertainment, retail, housing, office, theaters, parks, hotels, and museums. The guiding plan for the area envisions the site to include over one million square feet of retail, 2.3 million square feet of office, a hotel, varying residential housing units, and recreational and cultural uses..