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Community Information Sharing

Food Access

  • Food Source Closures
    • In January 2020, Raley’s announced that it would close two of its Food Source grocery stores in March 2020. City staff created and distributed a survey to find out how residents used the stores and what the City should consider when working on solutions with the landowner and community.
    • Draft survey results (last updated April 27, 2020)




Housing and Homelessness

  • San Juan Motel site (5700 Stockton Boulevard)
    • The County Board of Supervisors approved transfer of 5700 Stockton Boulevard, the former San Juan Motel parcel, to the City of Sacramento Housing Authority at their meeting on April 21, 2020. This parcel is planned to be used for the development of affordable housing units. A Request for Proposals (RFP) on the parcel is anticipated to be released by the Housing Authority this fall to identify a developer for the site.


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Related Plans, Studies, and Reports

City Plans and Programs

Non-City Plans and Programs

*Sacramento Regional Transit (SacRT) is currently studying feasibility for high capacity transit services with features such as dedicated bus lanes, increased frequency, and real-time data. The system’s busiest line, Route 51, runs along Stockton Boulevard, and is the first corridor being studied for such service improvements.