Revised Water Use Guidelines for Community, Effective Aug. 1
July 28, 2015

The City of West Sacramento is modifying water restrictions due to the efforts of local citizens, businesses and the City to reduce water use. Starting Saturday, Aug. 1, Stage 3 water conservation rules will be adjusted to allow water customers to hand water trees and use drip irrigation one additional day during the week based on their street addresses. In addition, potable water will be allowed to fill or refill swimming pools. The new regulations were authorized by the West Sacramento City Council and City Manager.


Traffic Advisory: Tower Bridge Gateway Temporary Closure, Aug. 3-Aug. 14
July 26, 2015
Starting Monday, August 3 through Friday, August 14, Eastbound Tower Bridge Gateway from Garden St/Delta Lane to 5th Street in West Sacramento will be closed to all traffic to accommodate a water main installation and other work related to the Delta Lane project (West Gateway Place).

National Night Out Returns Aug. 4
July 25, 2015
Neighbors and West Sacramento's public safety officers come together for National Night Out, Tuesday, Aug. 4. Between 6 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., block parties and barbecues take place all across the city.

Connect with West Sacramento Through New App
July 20, 2015
A new app makes it much easier to connect with the City of West Sacramento. West Sacramento Connect makes your City available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Download the West Sacramento Connect app here.

Be Water Smart! Water Savings Facts and Myths
July 17, 2015
How are you getting along in cutting back on water use? We're all in this together. For helpful suggestions, click "more" for information about facts and myths to clarify common misconceptions (from the Regional Water Authority's "Be Water Smart" campaign.). In addition, learn how to check whether you have water leaks indoors or outdoors. Keep on saving water!

Stay Informed . . . Keep Connected
July 3, 2015
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Drought-Wise Tree Care
June 27, 2015
When we water wisely and maintain our trees carefully, we enjoy a wide range of benefits, from cleaning our water and air, to making our streets safer and quieter. But during the drought, trees require careful and proper watering.


West Sacramento Rolls Out Stage 3 Water Savings Plan
June 12, 2015Stage 3 water restrictions have been announced to help the City reach the mandatory 28% water use reduction required by the State Water Board. As the drought continues, this means increased water restrictions for residents, businesses and City of West Sacramento government operations. Under the new rules, which went into effect May 15, the watering of lawns and ornamental plants are restricted to one day a week.

New Playground is Complete in Bryte Park
June 5, 2015It's done! What was once a barren corner of West Sacramento's Bryte Park is now the site of a Tom Sawyer-themed playground, built is just one day, May 31.The Disney playground officially opened Friday, June 5.

Mayor Cabaldon's State of the City Address, May 2015
May 14, 2015
During his annual State of the CIty address, May 5, West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon discussed a series of innovative partnerships that are paving the way for continued progress in the city. Watch the video of Mayor Cabaldon's address. . .