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City signs with Microsoft to encourage women and girls to get into technology fields

The City and Microsoft have signed a Digital Alliance, pledging to work together to provide technology training specifically to women and girls.

Microsoft is working with the City to implement the… 323 more words

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Don't have your passport ready for traveling? The City's office of the Clerk can help!

Summer is nearly upon us and the travel planning is in full swing. For some that means flying out of the Country. For those traveling the sheer thought of planning the trip, purchasing the plane ticket, and going through airport security can be overwhelming. 235 more words

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We need your thoughts on a bicycle track project!

Franklin Boulevard between Cosumnes River Boulevard and Calvine Road is an ideal connection for bicycle travel.  This segment closes the gap and links the Laguna Creek Class I Bikeway in Elk Grove to the newly developed Cosumnes River Boulevard extension project. 83 more words

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PHOTOS: Quick look at the latest from the ESC

We stopped by the Entertainment & Sports Center project to see how things are coming along. Steel is going up quickly and the site is buzzing with activity. 49 more words

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Single-Use Plastic Bags to be Banned in City of Sacramento

On March 31, 2015, the City of Sacramento unanimously passed a single-use plastic bag ordinance that will take effect on January 1, 2016.

“This is about our city resuming our spot as a leader in the state of California and doing the right thing,” Mayor Kevin Johnson said before voting for the ordinance. 398 more words

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Natomas Open House, March 23

Natomas residents,

Please join us for an open house to get answers to questions as the end of the building moratorium draws near.

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Measure U a success thanks to YOU!

Voters overwhelmingly passed Measure U in November of 2012 as a temporary ½-cent sales tax proposed to restore and protect City services. The intent was to restore police and fire services, park maintenance and other essential services that were cut between 2008 and 2013. 108 more words

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