81% of extremely low-income residents (less than 30% of the AMI) spend over half their income on housing.
The state has attempted to address the situation — California’s funding for housing “production and preservation” in Sacramento County increased 191% year-over-year to $728 million.
Want to see a change in your neighborhood? Find your legislative representative to make your voice heard. You can also learn more about how Housing California and the California Housing Partnership are working to address the Golden State’s housing crisis through the Roadmap Home 2030 initiative.
Mayor Darrell Steinberg announced yesterday he will not run for reelection in 2024. Steinberg was first elected to be the mayor of the City of Trees in 2016 and won a second term in 2020. (KCRA 3)
Chris Jarosz — co-owner of several local restaurants, including Broderick Roadhouse — died in a car crash on Highway 50 this week. His most recent effort, Bones Craft Kitchen in Davis, opened in 2022. (Sac Bee)
The owner of Charlene’s Beauty Supply in Elk Grove is aiming to make products for Black hair more accessible. Charlotte Haynes told ABC10 that she plans to hold classes geared around hair care at her shop located at 8694 Elk Grove Blvd. (ABC10)
Sacramento State has announced that its next president will be J. Luke Wood. The former vice president of Student Affairs and Campus Diversity at San Diego State will begin his new role on Sunday, July 16. (FOX40)
The Indomitable Club announced it will host Orange County SC on Saturday, August 26, at the site of its first-ever match 10 years ago, which more than 20,000 fans attended. The celebratory night will be filled with giveaways, appearances from former players, special presentations, and more.
Public pre-sale begins today at 10 a.m. — with tickets starting at $10 — so make sure to head to the club’s website to sign up.
While you wait for the match, get a history lesson on Hughes Stadium, and check out the club’s new kit (that’s soccer terminology for uniforms).