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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.


Sacramento looks to reform fines and fees that disproportionately affect disadvantaged communities

Here's how you can stay safe and cool while remaining mindful of COVID-19

City Council approves use of $28 million in Federal funding to immediately helps residents and businesses affected by COVID-19

Now available: free one-on-one financial counseling for Sacramento residents

Major progress made on new 'Sprung' structures that will house people experiencing homelessness

City launches expedited process to help restaurants participate in the outdoor dining program 'Farm to Fork Al Fresco'

City to distribute 800,000 masks to businesses

Find out why City staff want you to 'break up with your lawn' at this virtual workshop

Calling all local artists: Apply to design vinyl wraps for electric vehicle charger stations

These projects soon will improve streets around Sacramento


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..