2016 was an eventful year for the City of West Sacramento. Highlights included new parks, businesses and restaurants, housing construction, roads, plus the opening of an exciting entertainment venue in the Bridge District called The Barn. The year ended with … Continue reading
The California Highway Patrol wants all motorists on the roadways to drive safely during their travel this holiday season. As part of its upcoming Maximum Enforcement Period, the CHP reminds motorists to buckle up, avoid distracted driving, designate a sober … Continue reading
Everything you need to know about West Sacramento’s growing dining scene: BY HILLARY LOUISE JOHNSON Photo courtesy of Burgers and Brew Burgers and Brew opened this month in the historic Washington Firehouse in West Sacramento. As West Sacramento’s downtown-adjacent … Continue reading
Join us on Tuesday, January 17th at Southport Elementary School to share your input! This meeting will serve as an opportunity to voice opinions for anyone interested in the improvement of Linden Loop. Light refreshments served.
West Sacramento City Hall and the Community Center including Learning Ladder Preschool, and Fire Administration will be closed for the seasonal holidays, beginning Monday, December 26, 2016 through Monday, January 2, 2017. City services of the Police and Fire Departments will … Continue reading
Mayor Christopher Cabaldon, along with Council Members Beverly “Babs” Sandeen and Quirina Orozco were sworn into office at a City Hall ceremony last night. Cabaldon and Sandeen were re-elected to office. Orozco beat a strong field to replace recently retired … Continue reading
Sleeping Beauty: A British Panto produced by Splinter Group Theatre is playing December 14th through the 23rd at the West Sacramento Black Box Theatre! This festive holiday comedy is fun for the whole family. Tickets are available here. The Black … Continue reading
Residents can pick up their FREE copy of the calendar at City Hall and other City facilities. A digital version of the Calendar is available here.
The City of West Sacramento is making sandbags available to residents and businesses in anticipation of wet weather and possible flooding over the next few days. Sand is free and available on a first come, first served basis at the … Continue reading
The City received the Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council’s ( GSAC) inaugural “Paving the Way” award recognizing a public agency for “Exceptional Economic Development Results” at the GSAC annual dinner on December 7. The City’s Business Assistance and … Continue reading