Archive: October 2016

Free Eco-Landscape Workshop Nov. 19th

Learn how to conserve water through environmental design and easy techniques that can be applied to your home, yard, or garden. Find about the various ways you can start making these changes. On Saturday, November 19th, EcoLandscape of California will present the Eco-Friendly Workshop course … Continue reading »

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Participate in America Recycles Day Nov 12th

America Recycles Day is a nationally recognized day dedicated to promoting and celebrating recycling in the United States. The local America Recycles Day event at the transfer station is an opportunity for residents to learn how their recyclables are sorted. The … Continue reading »

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Code For Hood Youth Hackathon, Nov. 4-6 in West Sac

Code For Hood returns to the West Sacramento Community Center next week from Friday, Nov. 4 – Sunday, Nov. 6!   Join us for 2.5 days of action packed educational fun. Learn coding, video game design, 3D design, engineering, art, website … Continue reading »

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Free Used Oil Filter Exchange and Recycling Event Nov 19th

Bring in your used oil filters to recycle and receive up to two new oil filters for free! The City uses oil grant funding to pay for the filters exchanged in West Sacramento.

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Third Graders Plan! Pack! Protect! In Flood Prep Exercise

Students at Riverbank Elementary joined West Sacramento Mayor Pro Tem Babs Sandeen and West Sac Flood Protect during a fun and engaging news conference Wedenesday, Oct. 26 to highlight California Flood Preparedness Week. Sandeen stressed the importance of being prepared … Continue reading »

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West Sacramento Broadband Residential Survey: Your Opinion Matters

This survey is aimed towards residential broadband services in a manner similar to the Broadband Business Survey published earlier this month. The City of West Sacramento is in the process of developing a strategic plan, which will assess existing demand and capacity for … Continue reading »

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Get Notified if Disaster Strikes! Participate in a Regional Test Wednesday, Oct. 26th

As part of Flood Preparedness Week, residents of Placer, Sacramento and Yolo counties are urged to prepare for a natural or human-caused disaster, wildfires, flooding or help finding a missing person. Residents can register with the mass notification system at any … Continue reading »

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Congratulations Steven in Southport, Our Drought Spotlight Honoree for September!

Steven in Southport worked to redesign his entire front yard without sacrificing beauty to create a water-friendly landscape! Learn how he used a different approach to make that change below: “When we purchased our house in 2011, we knew we would eventually renovate the existing … Continue reading »

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City Hall Parking Lot Closed Oct. 24th

Alternate Parking at City Hall for Monday, October 24 The parking lot at City Hall will be off limits on Monday, October 24 to accommodate paving work. City Hall visitors are being asked to park in the overflow lot to … Continue reading »

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Free Financial Workshop This Saturday at City Hall

Mayor Christopher Cabaldon will provide opening remarks at a FREE financial workshop at City Hall this Saturday, October 22.  Invest in yourself, and learn about financial strategies for a sound financial future.

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