Could your yard use some more shade this summer? If you live North of the Barge Canal attend a workshop on May 20th to learn how to plant and care for trees. Afterwards, staff will be delivering large 15 gallon trees to … Continue reading
The City of West Sacramento is partnering with the Coast Guard for an educational safe boating event on the West Sacramento River Walk Park, Saturday, May 20th, 2017 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The gathering will feature Coast Guard and City rescue vessels, … Continue reading
Spring planting is under way at West Sacramento’s newest urban farm along the river. Watch the video below for an update and learn about the new Veggie Box Program! Sign up for Veggie Boxes here.
The City of West Sacramento is recruiting startups to help develop technology-based solutions for the Parks and Recreation Department and Economic Development and Housing. Startups can apply now through April 10th, 2017 and should be notified by May 1st of their application … Continue reading
A large crowd gathered Friday, March 17 on a beautiful spring morning for the Mill Street Pier opening ceremony. Mayor Pro Tem Mark Johannessen was among the speakers. Below are his remarks, which outline the history of the Pier and … Continue reading
More than 1 million gallons of water a year is being saved by a City program which converts grass turf into drought friendly landscaping. Over the past year, City Parks workers removed grass from several sites and replaced it with water conserving options including drought … Continue reading
West Sacramento’s newest restaurant is scheduled to open in late February. Bean & Barrel is located on 3rd st. across the new Burgers & Brew Station 1 in West Sacramento, the latest great new addition to the Washington District. Bean … Continue reading
West Sacramento’s iconic Barn has been named a 2016 Local Vision Award winner by the Sacramento Valley, California Chapter of the American Planning Association. The APA describes the Barn as “an innovative approach to public placemaking.” Located along the Sacramento … Continue reading