Archive: January 2017

Community Meeting: Learn About Linden Loop Calming Project

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.

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2017 Arthur F. Turner Library Adult Programs Schedule

JANUARY 2017   January 3, 2017 through February 28, 2017 – National Archives Traveling Exhibits –The Bill of Rights and You! The Bill of Rights and You! is part of Amending America, a national initiative exploring the power of the … Continue reading »

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Sacramento Weir Opened To Ease Flood Risk

For the first time since 2006, several gates of the Sacramento Weir were opened this morning by the Department of Water Resources to divert water from the rain swollen Sacramento River into the Yolo Bypass. The action eases pressure on … Continue reading »

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West Sacramento Hosts Community Engagement Meeting Today

You’re invited to attend a Prop 47 community engagement meeting at West Sacramento City Hall this evening, January 10th, from 6:00p.m. to 7:00p.m. The meeting is being hosted by Yolo County, which is applying for Funding under Prop 47 (approximately $2-3 … Continue reading »

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South River Road Closed, Old River Road Traffic Restricted

A five-mile section of South River Road in West Sacramento is shut down to thru traffic until further notice as a safety precaution. The roadway sits atop the City’s protective levee next to the Sacramento River. West Sacramento Police and … Continue reading »

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Music Fest on January 14th to help Raise Funds for River City High

  River City High School Music Boosters present the 2nd annual West Cap Music Fest to benefit RCHS music programs. Musical acts scheduled to perform include the Harley White Jr. Orchestra, Joy and Maddness, and Lew Fratis & Friends. All of … Continue reading »

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Storm Prep in West Sacramento

With heavy rain and possible localized flooding expected this weekend, The City of West Sacramento is preparing for this latest storm: The Fire Department Emergency Services Division is monitoring river levels and at this time, the City’s internal drainage system should be … Continue reading »

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New Mandatory Organic Recycling Requirements

California State law now requires businesses generating 8 cubic yards or more of organic waste to recycle the organic portion of their waste. On January 1, 2017 businesses generating 4 or more cubic yards of organic waste will be required to recycling … Continue reading »

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Heavy Rain This Weekend: Sandbags Available

The City of West Sacramento is making sandbags available to residents 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 following locations: … Continue reading »

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Lifeguard Certification and CPR Training Courses Available

The West Sacramento Recreation Center is offering a Lifeguard Certification course designed to recognize and respond to a wide range of emergencies that may occur during aquatic activities, like swimming, boating, and diving. Participants must be at least 15 years … Continue reading »

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