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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 prepared to open respite centers to help residents cool down this summer

The City just opened two new futsal courts at this Natomas park

‘City of Festivals’ grants now available to support special events across city of Sacramento

Sacramento artists can now apply for grants of $10,000 through City’s ‘Seeding Creativity’ program

New 15-foot sculpture at North Natomas Aquatics Complex captures ‘quintessential summer experience’

By the numbers: How many youth are participating in City-sponsored programs?

Congresswoman Matsui announces $3.5 million for water quality and flood prevention projects in the City of Sacramento

How to get free mulch at one of five events during ‘Mulch Mayhem’

City’s Community Engagement Manager receives ‘Women in Leadership’ award from Greater Sacramento NAACP

Del Rio Trail moves closer to construction phase with tree plan approval


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..