Civic

Efforts include improving neighborhoods and the environment.
Always helps to be prepared
Have you gotten your REAL ID before the May 7, 2025 deadline? Here’s how to apply in California.
Follow these tips when returning home from a flood.
Make sure you have everything you need.
We’re here to connect you with the right Sacramento city departments to address your needs.
Government and consumer data sets were used to score cities on various metrics of cleanliness.
Why Sacramento scored 100 out of 100 in the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
The grant money will support local nonprofits in climate-related fields that would like to provide workforce training.
Learn a new language, check out park passes, rent tools, and more.
We’re exploring the principal details of the 119-year-old vacant building in Midtown, from past to present and its possible future as housing.
Help foster a pet, lead creative writing sessions with kids, distribute food to those experiencing homelessness, and more.
The investment will go toward seven different housing projects
Called EDGE BoardLink, the program holds space for young, local business leaders to serve as board members at Sacramento organizations.
Our notes on the inaugural project
We’ve broken down the cost of living in Sacramento, CA, comparing it to other states and the US national average.
Natomas was nearly “wicked pissah”
The ‘Uplift’ sculptures by Vicki Scuri are located in the River District.
How to celebrate Sacramento on its very own day
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