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The Sacramento City Council meets on Tuesdays at 5:00PM unless otherwise noted. View upcoming meeting materials, archived video meetings, and contracts for review by council.


Join us for Women's March this Saturday Jan 20th! More information can be found here. 

City's first Winter Triage Shelter at capacity as of Jan 16. Visit our webpage here. 

March For The Dream kicks-off January 15 at 8:30 a.m at the Oak Park Community Center. Visit our MLK page for more information.

What does 'Adult Use' Cannabis mean for Sacramento come Jan.1?

The switch is flipped On for Powerhouse Science Center for K-12 on the Riverfront.

Mayor Darrell Steinberg joined Verizon in announcing that their first commercial launch will be in Sacramento - the first scaled commercial practical implementation of 5G in the nation. It's expected to be implemented in the second half of 2018.

City of Sacramento moves closer to a top digital city by moving up in rank in citizen engagement compared to similarly sized cities

City of Sacramento institutes steeper fines and enforcement to push cannabis cultivation out of residential neighborhoods and toward a legal operation

City Council approves Job Growth and Employment Incentive Strategy to attract large, quality companies to the region.

The enhanced Sacramento Open Data Portal is now easier to explore, visualize and download data.

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Sacramento, CA 95814

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Jan 19 - "Helping the homeless is not for the faint of heart; there are numerous roadblocks: fiscal, physical, psychological and bureaucratic. There is no quick fix, but it must be a priority for our community." Read Post

Jan 19 - "Dozens of homeless people were camped outside in the cold that day. KCRA was told then that the shelter wasn't fully operational, but in a few weeks, it would be ready to welcome hundreds. This week, the city delivered on that promise. " Read Post

Jan 19 - “After one year as your Mayor, I feel even stronger now than a year ago about what it is going to take to succeed. We must grow Sacramento. Committing ourselves to inclusive growth, to building more community wealth, is the only way I know to achieve more for our city and to help solve our most stubborn problems." Read Post

Jan 19 - First winter triage center in Sacramento reach capacity Read Post

Jan 18 - As of Jan. 16, the City’s outreach partners have enrolled 244 people into the Winter Triage Center and have found permanent housing for six people experiencing homelessness. “This shelter is working well. The Volunteers of America Northern California & Northern Nevada are a tremendous operator, and so far the results are very positive,” said Councilmember Jeff Harris. “This shelter provides respite from the elements 24/7 as well as caseworkers and services for the residents. This effort moves us in the right direction to achieve our goal: long-term housing solutions for 2000 people by 2020.” Read Post