|January 26, 2016|
Is your non-profit organization interested in selling fireworks this season? Come meet with City staff and fireworks wholesaler representatives to see if it's right for your organization. Topics to be discussed: Lottery Process, Permit Process, and Selling Fireworks.
|January 25, 2016|
The City of West Sacramento, in partnership with Opening Doors is launching a series of FREE workshops to help low income entrepreneurs start or expand small businesses in the city.
|January 15, 2016|
Recruiting now! The City of West Sacramento is currently accepting applications for three seats on the Parks, Recreation & Intergenerational Services Commission.
|January 7, 2016|
The City of West Sacramento reached a 19% reduction in water use for the month of December, contributing to a cumulative average savings of 34% from June to present. This exceeds the state-mandated 28% reduction target compared to the same months in 2013. Earlier efforts to restrict outdoor water use in West Sacramento during this summer and fall were very successful.
|January 5, 2016|
--Turn off your sprinklers.
--Check for leaks around the house.
--Wash only full loads of clothes.
--Turn off water when brushing your teeth.
--Install high-efficiency WaterSense toilets.
--Do not water during or within 48 hours after rainfall.
|January 5, 2016|
Still got that tree hanging around? In West Sacramento, residents can recycle Christmas trees in their yard waste carts.
|December 21, 2015|
The City of Sacramento Parking Services is now assisting West Sacramento Police to enforce parking restrictions along the West Sacramento riverfront. Sacramento parking officers will patrol the parking zones in the Washington and Bridge Districts, in addition to other locations along the river.
|December 20, 2015|
The City of West Sacramento has prepared a draft Citizen Participation Plan for engaging the community in the planning, implementation and assessment of the use of funds received from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program.
|December 18, 2015|
The Yolo Conflict Resolution Center (YCRC) offers commuunity mediation services to West Sacramento residents. Use it to help resolve issues with roommates, rent, cleaning fees, noise, or parking. Community mediation is voluntary, confidential, neutral and less expensive and time-consuming than liigation and arbitration.