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Travis Silcox Community Service Award


Travis Silcox was a beloved Sacramento resident and community leader who passed away in January 2023. She was an educator, active neighborhood leader, and advocate. Travis was also a generous, joyful, passionate person who never shied away from speaking her mind or of offering her time and energy to help find solutions.

My office has decided to create this community award in her honor. This award will be given to District 4 residents who embody Travis' spirit of social justice and community service.

If you would like to nominate someone for the Travis Silcox Community Service Award, please fill out this form. Submissions for this year are open until May 5.

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The fastest way to request services such as garbage pickup, traffic or parking issues, urban forestry, etc. is to file a case with 311. This streamlined service connects you directly to the department best suited to help with your issue! 

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2040 General Plan


Exciting things are on the horizon for Sacramento! If you're curious about the City's plans for the next 20 years, we invite you to peruse the 2040 General Plan! It's full of information on Sacramento's plans regarding climate action, mobility, transportation, housing, and much, much more. Give it a look!

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Sacramento, CA 95814

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Air Quality Index


Please make sure to check the AQI before leaving the house during fire season! Anything above 100 can be harmful to people in sensitive groups, and 150+ is harmful to most people. Also please remember that the use of leaf blowers is prohibited when the AQI is 101 or above.