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Holiday Season Closure and Holiday Refuse Schedule

Holiday Season Closure and Holiday Refuse Schedule

The West Sacramento City Hall and the Community Center, including Learning Ladder Preschool, will be closed for the holiday season, Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014 thru Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015.

City services of the Police and Fire Departments will continue without interruption.

Both the City Hall and Community Center will reopen on Monday, Jan. 5, 2015. If you have any questions during the closure, please call (916) 617-4500... Read More

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Input Sought on Space Utilization Study

Input Sought on Space Utilization Study

Yolo County is seeking the input of residents on a strategic plan for managing its facility needs now, and into the future.

This past year, Yolo County contracted with Jacobs Engineering Group to conduct a space utilization study.  The need was identified through the development of the county’s Capital Improvement Plan and the desire to take a holistic approach to facility strategic planning and asset management to best serve the residents of Yolo County. 

Yolo County Library & Other Department Winter Holiday Closures

Yolo County Library & Other Department Winter Holiday Closures

All Yolo County Library branches, including the Yolo County Archives and Records Center, will be closed December 24 through 26, December 31 and January 1.  Additionally, there will be some reduction in hours December 22 through the end of the year.

“In years past, we have had extended closures during the winter holidays due to budget cuts,” said Yolo County Librarian Patty Wong.  “This year, we are pleased to have our branches open on more days, albeit with limited hours, during the holiday season.” 

For a listing of winter holiday hours, please contact your local Yolo County Library branch or find up-to-date information at www.yolocountylibrary.org.  Please note, the Winters Community Library will also be closed January 2.

Railroad Museum to Debut Creative Exhibit Titled “Sculpture With a RE-Purpose” on December 19

Railroad Museum to Debut Creative Exhibit Titled “Sculpture With a RE-Purpose” on December 19

California State Parks and the California State Railroad Museum are proud to debut a visually-exciting new exhibit titled “Sculpture With a RE-Purpose: The Found Art of Ray Carrington” on December 19, 2014.  This is a “part two” follow-up exhibit to one that was first introduced at the Railroad Museum in 2013, displaying other creative works by the talented Fairfield artist.  

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Historic Old Sacramento Foundation is Now Hiring for Underground Tour Guides

Historic Old Sacramento Foundation is Now Hiring for Underground Tour Guides

Looking for an interactive, engaging and fun part-time job in 2015? The Historic Old Sacramento Foundation (HOSF) is currently accepting applications for paid tour guide positions for its popular Old Sacramento Underground tour program that will resume on April 4, 2015.    

HOSF is looking to fill a minimum of four paid tour guide positions to staff the coveted Old Sacramento Underground tour program, which will start its sixth consecutive season in 2015.  The underground tour program takes visitors into the city’s underground and hollow sidewalk areas created when the streets were raised in the 1860s and 1870s due to devastating floods.  

Crime meets its match

Community organizers and faith based institiutions are fighting crime, helping victims heal wounds and making communities safer through restorative justice efforts. Anyone can participate. This video explains.

Solar Program Community Reception at the City of West Sacramento's Civic Center Galleria

Solar Program Community Reception at the City of West Sacramento's Civic Center Galleria

Hosted by the City of West Sacramento and GRID Alternatives.

Give your family the gift of solar! The first 20 qualified applicants may receive a solar system at no cost to them in 2015.

GRID Alternatives is a non-profit and a licensed contractor providing turnkey solar services exclusively to low-income households through a statewide solar rebate program they administer under the California Public Utilities Commission. The non-profit has installed more than 4,700 solar systems in California, and is currently accepting applications for their low- to no-cost solar program in the City of West Sacramento for 2015.