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 NSD Community Connection Newsletter January 2018


Neighborhood News

Happy Holidays from your Neighborhood Services Division Team

City of Sacramento Landscape & Learning Program

Department of Youth, Parks, & Community Enrichment
Landscape and Learning
Youth Employment Program

YOUTH AIDE Job Announcement Spring 2018

The Landscape and Learning program is an employment program operated by the City of Sacramento, Department of Youth, Parks, & Community Enrichment for young people between 14 and 17 years of age. Youth will be hired to work six hours per day, Saturdays and Sundays. Youth Aides work in groups, including an adult supervisor, providing park maintenance in city parks.
Typical duties include: general weeding, trimming and restroom cleaning. Youth Aides are required to wear boots. Hiking boots are acceptable. Apply now!

PG&E Scholarships 2018 

Neighborhood Directory

Neighborhood organizations help keep our community safe, clean, and healthy. The Neighborhood Directory provides contact and boundary information for groups at work in your neighborhood.

Project Prosper

Sacramento Summer at City Hall Program participants

Greetings Neighborhood Association and Community Leaders:

We in Neighborhood Services, certainly hope you and your families had a very happy holidays. It is with great excitement and hope for what’s possible in our neighborhoods and communities throughout Sacramento, that I write today to officially invite each of you, your associations, your neighbors, communities, youth, organizations, businesses and overall networks to participate in this unprecedented conversation about the economic future of Sacramento and how we can collaboratively develop the right strategy to enhance our neighborhoods and communities city-wide. The only way change and improvement can happen for our incredible city is if we hear from as many Sacramento residents, business owners and organizations as possible.  

Outlined below are the details for three community meetings, hosted by the City of Sacramento. Please help us spread this invitation far and wide to all of your contacts and networks. These discussions are critical to the future of our Sacramento communities and will help to develop the foundation and model that the City uses to create prosperous neighborhoods and thriving business corridors. Sacramento citizens and it’s neighborhoods are the vital fabric of this great city! We need each resident and neighborhood to be represented and their feedback heard, at these meetings. Success is only achieved when a strategic and effective plan has been created collaboratively, to meet the goals & needs of each respective neighborhood and community in Sacramento.  Please feel free to share the this invitation with your networks and communities throughout the city of Sacramento. 

Sacramento Youth Commission

The Sacramento Youth Commission was established by the Sacramento City Council to serve as an advisory group to provide recommendations on youth related issues in Sacramento. Since its original creation in 1993, the Sacramento Youth Commission has organized numerous public events, tackled crucial youth related issues, and worked hundreds of hours serving the Sacramento City community at-large.