District 1 News

Board declares local state of emergency

In response to recent civil unrest and significant property damage and loss in Sacramento County, my office received numerous emails and calls from constituents and others expressing concerns that the board of supervisors’ intent when requesting a declaration of emergency

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COVID-19 ‘Stay at Home’ Order extended

Sacramento County extended the local COVID-19 Public Health ‘Stay at Home’ Order until at least May 22, 2020. This is the second extension since I and other county officials announced the original Order on March 19. As we’ve made clear

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Phil Serna, 2020 Chairman of the Board of Supervisors

Honored to serve as chairman in 2020

I am grateful for the trust my colleagues have in me to again serve as Chairman of the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors. We have much to accomplish this year and I welcome the opportunity to lead several initiatives focused

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A tribute to my father

A wonderful tribute to a passionate educator, community activist, effective mayor, proud Sacramentan, and loving husband, father and grandfather . . . Joe Serna, Jr. I miss you dad. Thank you Marcos Breton for this very thoughtful remembrance. Marcos Breton,

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I-5 at Metro Air Parkway Project underway

The day finally arrived!! This morning I joined Congresswoman Doris Matsui, CalTrans officials, Sacramento County DOT staff, our own Sacramento County Economic Development executives and many property owners and investors who, like me, have been very patient for the past

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County agrees on plan to improve jail conditions

My office is receiving calls and emails from concerned constituents with questions about the costs associated with a jail expansion consent decree agreement in the class action litigation suit Mays vs. County of Sacramento regarding conditions of confinement for inmates in the

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Serna appointed to national health committee

County supervisors and commissioners from across the country converged on Clark County, Nevada July 12 – 15, 2019 for the National Association of Counties’ (NACo) Annual Conference. This regular convening is the one during which new executive leadership for the

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