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Mayor's Office of Civic Engagement

There is a new way for you to interact with the Mayor's office. The Mayor's Office of Civic Engagement is connecting residents with the great work that's already happening every day in our neighborhoods. From participating in events to helping convene advocates united for a cause, we are working every day to engage residents in civic issues that face our great city. 

Please visit engagesac.org for frequent updates, various events, volunteer opportunities and important information.

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About Mayor Steinberg


Darrell Steinberg is one of Sacramento’s most accomplished public servants, serving the Sacramento community for over 20 years. As a young man, Steinberg bought his first home in Tahoe Park, where he and his wife Julie started their family. Learn more about Mayor Steinberg.

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Sac Gives Back

Mayor Steinberg volunteers with other Sacramento City Council members and residents in Sac Gives Back.
Want to get involved and give back to your community? Check out all the ways you can volunteer here!

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Thousand Strong

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Mayor Darrell Steinberg announced the official launch of Thousand Strong, the Mayor’s bold workforce development initiative that brings together school districts, high schools, community based organizations, state and local funding partners, students, and businesses to provide year round paid internships for local youth while fostering a highly trained and diversified workforce.