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ABOUT DISTRICT 4


Please visit www.solutions4sacramento.com for more information about my office.

I'm proud to serve the constituents of Council District 4.

Council District 4 includes the wonderful neighborhoods of Sacramento’s central city, Land Park, Little Pocket, and River Oaks communities. Our district is full of arts, great restaurants, and some of Sacramento’s most historic neighborhoods!

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or suggestions you have.

Contact us


Councilmember Hansen
915 I Street, 5th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814

Office: (916)808-7004
Fax: (916)264-7680
Email: SHansen@cityofsacramento.org

DISTRICT 4 NEWS

 

My office has launched Sacramento's online bicycle registry called RideOn! Please visit rideon.sacpd.org to learn more about the registry and to register your bicycle!

Enjoy this video showcasing our wonderful City! 

The City's Household Junk Pickup Program (formally the Neighborhood Cleanup Program) is expanding to two appointments this year and appointments are now being taken! The program begins February 1 and will run through the month of October. For more information on how to schedule a pickup, visit www.sacrecycle.org.

We want to hear what you think! Sign up at www.EnvisionSacramento.com to let your ideas be heard.

Download the free Sacramento 311 Android phone app, iPhone app or web service

Visit our new Sacramento Valley Station website for updates on Phase II renovations

SOCIAL MEDIA FEEDS

Oct 23 - Join us for the 4th Annual Senior Pride Information & Resource Fair Tuesday, October 24th, 2:00pm - 5:00pm E.M. Hart Senior Center (915 27th Street Midtown) Resource & Info Tables, Door Prizes, Refreshments, Speakers State Senator ~ Scott Weiner City Councilman ~ Steve Hansen Placer County Stonewall Democrats ~ Jacalyn Smith Hosted By: Wisdom Project = LGBT Elders of Servant Hearts Co-Sponsored By: SMUD, University Retirement Community - Davis, Sports Leisure Vacations, Heart Senior Center Read Post

Oct 18 - Do you drive an electric vehicle? Considering it? The City of Sacramento is hosting a workshop tomorrow evening for the release of the City’s first EV Strategy. The strategy establishes a vision for electric vehicles in Sacramento, outlining current initiatives and next steps, like what we're doing to take advantage of Volkswagen's recently announced investment in our City. Join us at your convenience between 5 and 7 pm. Learn more and provide your input on this important aspect of greening our region's transportation network. City staff that are our subject matter experts on all things EV and sustainability will be available for questions and discussion. We'll also have representatives from partners looking to bring more EV charging opportunities to our City streets. Thursday, October 19 5-7 pm, Presentation at 6 pm City Hall – 915 I Street, Room 1119 For more information and to track the initiative's progress, our City website has a lot of information, here: https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Public-Works/Electric-Vehicle-Initiatives/EV-Strategy Read Post

Oct 17 - What to do in an emergency? Register to receive emergency alert messages. Go to Sacramento-Alert.org. It takes a few minutes, but it could save a life. If you have a cell phone or digital landline and have not registered, your number will not be in the emergency call list. Entering your phone number and address will allow public safety officials to text, and/or call cell phones or landline phones in the event of an emergency. Also register your family members so they can receive alerts. You can also receive an alert about something occurring at additional addresses such as that of a family member’s residence, school or office. As part of the effort to increase registrations, a TEST message will be sent by the City of Sacramento Office of Emergency Services to all 72,000 current subscribers on Thursday, Oct. 19, at approximately 10:19 a.m. Sacramento County and cities in the county are also doing a test at that time. Signing up at Sacramento-Alert.org is easy and information is protected. This is one account that could save your life. For more information, visit Sacramento-Alert.org. Read Post

Oct 13 - Deschutes Street Pub 10/14/2017 2:00PM - 10:00 PM Handle District- 1801 Capitol Ave Join the free, family-friendly event and support Runnin’ for Rhett What: We’re excited to bring Street Pub back to Sacramento for the 3rd year in a row!! Not only is this event a one-stop shop to try lots of our beers with over 50 taps pouring damn tasty beer, but we’ll also be pairing these beers up with culinary creations from Chef Wes Nilssen of De Vere’s Irish Pub (3:35pm), Chef Tony Brown of Tank House BBQ and Bar (6:05pm), & our Executive Chef, Jeff Usinowicz (8:35pm). Look for chef demos & samples of their tasty creations paired with our beer at the Culinary Station at the end (or beginning, depending on where you are standing) of the Street Pub Bar! Partners: This year, we’ve partnered with Hydro Flask, Humm Kombucha and KEEN Footwear to bring the fun to an all new level! Benefits: Proceeds for the 3rd year in a row, will benefit Runnin’ for Rhett, who’s mission is to inspire people to Move into Life through thier vision of nurturing healthy communities through fitness and nutrition. Bands: Enjoy live music from local & regional bands all day long. Schedule below: 2:00-3:30pm: Red Dirt Ruckus 4:00-6:00pm: Ideateam 6:30-8:30pm: Jelly Bread 9:00-10:00pm: DJ Lady Kate **There will a kids zone & bike parking… Admission: Free entry! $5 token = one beer Read Post

Oct 12 - Distracted driving is a growing threat to public safety, particularly the safety of our young people. Texting while driving is now killing more teenagers than drunk driving, and texting is quickly catching up in every other age category. In today's Bee, I wrote about my confidence that we can persuade the public to think differently about distracted driving, just like we've done with drunk driving. Take a read, and share what you think. It is my hope that you'll join me in one simple act: take out your smart phone, open the settings and update the postscript that appears after emails you send. Mine says “Sent from my iPhone.” But for the month of November, it will end with the phrase “BUT NOT WHILE DRIVING!” This simple step will send an important reminder to friends, families and coworkers about the seriousness of distracted driving. For more information about our City's broader Vision Zero effort, check out the project website, here: https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Public-Works/Transportation/Programs-and-Services/Vision-Zero Read Post