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Let’s TEAM UP to CLEAN UP District 8! One of the top priority in D8 is the upkeep of our neighborhoods. Help us identify the worst streets and blocks in your neighborhood and organize a clean-up day. Please complete the survey to help us identify and coordinate neighborhood clean-ups in District 8.

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Larry Carr was elected to Sacramento City Council in 2014 to represent District 8. District 8 is comprised of Meadowview, Parkway, North Laguna Creek, and Jacinto Creek in South Sacramento. Read more about Councilmember Carr.

District 8 NEWS

Leaf season is here! Did you know that more than 27,000 tons for yard waste is collected during leaf season and over half, 14,000 tons is picked up during weekly container service. The calendar for leaf collection will be active starting October 31, 2017. Leaf pile pickup occurs approximately every two weeksCheck the calendar frequently since collection dates do change often.

Join the South Sacramento Youth Advisory Committee (SSYAC) today! Learn how you can get involve to improve your neighborhood while having fun!  SSYAC will meet every second Wednesdays in 2017 at 6pm at the Sam & Bonnie Pannell Meadowview Community Center.  For questions, call 808-7008.

The Meadowview Road and 24th Street Streetscape Project is the City of Sacramento’s plan to continue to make Meadowview Road and 24th Street friendlier for bicycles and pedestrians. The project will also enhance the aesthetics and create a sense of place along the streets by adding center road medians with landscaping, monument signage, and pavement treatments at crosswalks. 

311 provides a single point of contact for City of Sacramento services. 311 handles requests for building permits, animal control, utilities services, and much moreDownload the free Sacramento 311 Android phone app, iPhone app, or web service.


Mar 21 - City of Sacramento Police Department MEDIA ADVISORY/NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release No. 20180321-XXX Wednesday, March 21, 2018 Release of Video/Audio Related to Officer-Involved Shooting on 29th Street On Sunday, March 18, 2018, at 9:13 p.m., officers from the Sacramento Police Department (SPD) were dispatched to the 7500 block of 29th Street regarding a subject breaking into vehicles. The caller stated that the male subject had broken car windows and was now hiding in a backyard. The caller described the subject as a male, 6’, thin, wearing a black hoodie and dark pants. SPD Officers arrived on scene at approximately 9:18 p.m. This incident resulted in an officer-involved shooting. Please follow the link below to view the original press release: Due to the severity of the event, Detectives conducted a thorough canvas of the neighborhood. During the canvas, investigators identified at least three vehicles with damage believed to have been caused by the suspect. In addition, an adjacent and occupied residence had a sliding glass door shattered. Orbiting deputies in the Sacramento Sheriff’s Department’s law enforcement helicopter had witnessed the suspect shatter the door and run from one property and jumped the fence into another property where the shooting occurred. Prior to the shooting, the involved officers saw the suspect facing them, advance forward with his arms extended, and holding an object in his hands. At the time of the shooting, the officers believed the suspect was pointing a firearm at them. After an exhaustive search, scene investigators did not locate any firearms. The only items found near the suspect was a cell phone. Please follow the link below to view the updated press release of the incident: The Sacramento Police Department (SPD) recognizes the significance of this incident and the impact it has on our community. We are committed to providing timely information and communicating openly with our community. Today SPD will release video and audio material related to this incident. The material consists of two (2) body-worn camera videos, one (1) video from the Sacramento Sheriff’s Department’s helicopter (STAR) and two (2) audio files. The two (2) body-worn camera videos begin as the officers arrive on scene. The helicopter video footage begins with the suspect running from a backyard and jumping over a fence into the property where the shooting occurred. One audio file consists of the 9-1-1 call that our Communication Center received regarding the incident. The additional audio file contains dispatch radio traffic related to the event. All video and audio being released has been redacted to ensure the confidentiality and privacy of those involved. The faces have been blurred and audio redactions are signified by muted audio with no accompanying sound. This incident falls under the City Council policy on Police Use of Force. The material being released today has been identified as significant to this incident. The remainder of video and audio related to this incident will be released in the near future. The Police Department is releasing this material to provide information quickly to our community. The material is now available to the media and citizens through the YouTube links below which will also be posted on the Department’s website, Facebook page and Twitter account (@sacpolice): Read Post

Mar 21 - "Call for Artists! Verge Center for the Arts is thrilled to invite artists working in Sacramento County and West Sacramento to participate in the 13th annual Sac Open Studios tour. Taking place over two weekends (Sept 8-9 & 15-16), including a month long Preview Exhibition at Verge Center for the Arts, the tour generates direct exposure to art patrons, gallery owners, and designers with 100% of any studio sales going directly to you, the artist." For more information, Flyer Below & Visit Registration can be found at Read Post

Mar 21 - Apply for a scholarship (admission waived) by the deadline on March 29th HERE: Read Post

Mar 21 - "Attention Homeowners: The City of #Sacramento is proud to launch 'Leak Free Sacramento' today! Single Family Residential Homeowners in Sacramento neighborhoods may qualify for the offer! #FixALeak" Sign up here: Read Post

Mar 20 - "The sanctity of life is inviolable. Any loss of life diminishes us all. There was an officer involved shooting in our community on Sunday which resulted in the death of one of our citizens. I am committed to ensuring the Sacramento Police Department provides timely information, transparency and communicates openly with community members so that we have a clear understanding of the incident. This incident falls under the City Council policy on Police Use of Force so the video and audio associated with this incident will be released to the public within 30 days, if not sooner." - Councilmember Larry Carr Read Post