Today, the State announced that Sacramento County is allowed to move from the most restrictive Purple/Widespread Tier 1 to the less restrictive tier of Red/Substantial Tier 2 per the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Sacramento County Public Health has issued
Please read and share this January 29, 2021 SACCOUNTY NEWS story to better understand the efforts Sacramento County and its partners are making to respond to the needs of unsheltered individuals during these extraordinarily challenging times. Sacramento County’s Winter Response
Sacramento County’s January 25 Health Order aligns with Purple/Tier 1 Widespread to reopen some indoor and outdoor operations under reduced operational capacity, and removes the State’s November 21, 2020 curfew that is no longer in effect, and supersedes the Jan.
Live, work, play in North Sacramento or Oak Park? Want to help improve the quality of the environment in your neighborhood? You are invited to participate in one of four upcoming Sacramento Neighborhoods Activating on Air Quality (SNAAQ) project community
As of October 13, Sacramento County has been allowed to move further into the State’s less restrictive Red Tier 2 (substantial) and issued an amended Public Health Order. Updates include: All school grade levels in Sacramento County are permitted to conduct
Over the course of two days and a total of nearly 13 hours of public hearing, not to mention with the input of more than 120 public speakers and 1,100+ emails, the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors approved the FY
Sacramento County’s Revised Recommended Budget for Fiscal Year 2020-21 has been released and the Board of Supervisors will begin hearings at 5 p.m., Wednesday, Sep. 9, 2020. The hearings will continue beginning at 9:30 a.m. on Sep. 10 and Sep.
On August 28, 2020, California Governor Newsom announced a new tiered system of county monitoring and criteria for re-opening of business sectors. Based on recent data, each county will fall into one of four colored tiers – Purple (Widespread), Red