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Joint Effort to Provide More Shelter

The County ($25,000) and City of Sacramento ($25,000), the Sacramento Association of Realtors ($50,000) and United Public Employees ($10,000) announced thi...

Prepare for Coming Storms

rain and storms

​Sacramento County was hit hard with recent storms that produced localized flooding with creeks, streams and rivers that had high flows. Forecasts have indicate...

SMF Tops 10 Million Passengers Served

SACRAMENTO – Sacramento International Airport​ served more than 10 million passengers in 2016, a significant milestone not achieved since 2008. The steady growt...

County Proclaims Local State of Emergency

County seal

​​The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors at its meeting today, in a unanimous vote, proclaimed a local state of emergency for Sacramento County. The proclam...

Returning Home After a Flood

Returning Home After a Flood

​Flood dangers do not end when the water begins to recede. Only return home if it is safe to do so. When returning home, do not attempt to drive through water o...

News Release: Flood Update for Localized Areas

Flood Road Closure

​Sacramento, Calif. – With flood waters receding and residents eager to return to their homes it is important for the public to be aware of the current situatio...

Update on Rain, Road Closures and Flooding

COLD weather

January 13 Update 4:00 p.m. Update to Urgent Advisory: Glanville TrackLaguna Towne Hall Shelter will close at 8pm. However, the Red Cross will be on ...

County Holiday Office Closure – January 16

​In observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, most Sacramento County offices will be closed on Monday, January 16.All emergency services and garbage service wi...

Possible Flooding for Wilton Anticipated

Flooding Anticipated

UPDATE 1/11/2017, 11:30 A.M. The storms have subsided, but creeks, streams and rivers will continue to have high flows through at least Thursday, Janua...

County Supervisors Chair and Vice Chair Elected

SacCounty Seal

​The annual vote to elect a new Chair and Vice Chair of the Board of Supervisors was held on Tuesday, January 10. This year, the Chair is Supervisor Don Nottoli...

County Offers Shelter Option to Homeless

helping hands

​​With strong winds and heavy rains hitting the Sacramento region Jan. 10, County staff and partners began the day offering shelter information for homeless ind...

Check Rising Water Levels During Storms

water levels

​Recent stormy weather has brought many creeks and streams back to life in Sacramento County.  We certainly need the water, but the amount has ca...

Bye, Bye, Mattress – Hello, Recycling!

SacCounty Collects 2k Mattress a Month

​Two thousand mattresses on average have been recycled monthly since the free mattress drop-off program was launched in Sacramento County last December by the D...

County Holiday Office Closure – January 2

SacCounty Admin Bldg

​In observance of the New Year's Day, most Sacramento County offices will be closed on Monday, January 2.Garbage service, as well as all emergency services will...

One Day a Week Changes the World

Kristine and Thomas - Senior Program

​Meet the Queen of Bocce, Ms. Kristine P.  At age 71, she’s got a mean game, outstanding aim, and intense concentration.  All at the Bocce Club know a...

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