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Discount retailer's plan for new Citrus Heights store
New laundromat with drop-off service opens on Greenback Lane March 24, 2021 Citrus Heights roller rink struggling to make it during year-long COVID-19 shutdown March 21, 2021 Dress Barn was formerly located at 7953 Greenback Ln., where a new discount retailer is planning to open.
Citrus Heights will soon get an extra $5-6M per year. How
Sentinel staff report-- In a few short years, the City of Citrus Heights will get a long-awaited boost of an additional $5-6 million to save or spend as it pleases -- and put in perspective of the City's current general fund budget of $36.6 million, that's no small amount of money. The funding will come from the expiration of a "revenue neutrality" agreement with Sacramento County that will
City seeks development offers for 11-acre Sylvan Corners
The City of Citrus Heights this month began seeking qualified developers to submit offers for purchasing and developing the 11.3-acre former Sylvan Middle School property at Sylvan Corners. Offers will be received for 120 days, through Oct. 5.
Election 2020: Where to vote in person, drop off ballots
Coupons; City Hall Election 2020: Where to vote in person, drop off ballots in Citrus Heights. on October 13, 2020. More in City Hall: Citrus Heights releases 108-page proposed city budget, with cuts. Here’s what’s in it April 18, 2021;
Sponsored by Republic Services and the City, the drop-off is open to any Citrus Heights resident, as long as proof of residency – like a recent bill – is provided. The first event of 2014 was held in February, followed by a drop-off in June, with the third and final drop-off date being scheduled for October 18, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the
City unveils in-depth look at plan to transform Sunrise
Citrus Heights residents attending an online workshop on Tuesday got an inside look at the city's ambitious plan to completely re-make the aging 100-acre Sunrise Mall property into a modern main street, featuring nightlife, a large event venue, apartments, hotels, brew pubs and more.
New prescription med drop-off container debuts at CHPD
A new medication drop-off container in the lobby of police headquarters at 6315 Fountain Square Drive is now open to Citrus Heights residents during regular business hours for the disposal of unused and expired prescriptions.
New map shows proposed 55-acre housing development in
Sentinel staff report-- While California faces an ongoing housing shortage, one developer is slowly making progress on plans to bring several hundred new housing units to a 55-acre chunk of undeveloped land in Citrus Heights, near Sunrise Boulevard and Greenback Lane. The housing proposal was submitted to the city by Watt Communities last November and includes 76 new single family …
Rotating winter shelter for homeless off to a busy start
By Thomas J. Sullivan-- Volunteers at Celtic Cross Presbyterian Church in Citrus Heights welcomed a break from days of heavy rain this week as they closed out a busy seven-day “Winter Sanctuary” event on Saturday, having offered a hot dinner and a warm place to sleep for an average of two-dozen homeless individuals each evening. “It’s a ministry of presence,” said Jan Souza, church
Bearpaw re-opens Citrus Heights retails store, gears up
New laundromat with drop-off service opens on Greenback Lane March 24, 2021 Citrus Heights roller rink struggling to make it during year-long COVID-19 shutdown March 21, 2021 Aaron M. Brown, left, vice president of product and sourcing, and Bearpaw CEO Tom Romeo, hold a Boetis boot, made famous by Snooki of MTV’s reality TV show “Jersey
7 must-see Christmas light displays in Citrus Heights
Sentinel staff report-- For those in search of the most extravagant Christmas light displays in Citrus Heights, here’s a list of some of the top displays in town. Orelle Creek Ct. There’s likely no need to search any further than Orelle Creek Court for the best display of lights, where every home on the entire street is annually decorated with thousands of multicolored lights, candy canes
City Kicks Off Building Safety Month The Citrus Heights building department hosted a Thursday kick-off event in order to raise awareness to Building Safety Month, an international effort which seeks to improve building safety through education during the month of May.
Citrus Heights News Briefs: drug drop-off, bait arrests
Coupons; Police Citrus Heights News Briefs: drug drop-off, bait arrests, fundraiser. on November 3, 2019. More in Police: Citrus Heights parolee arrested on drug dealing charges March 31, 2021 ‘Odd behavior’ leads to stolen vehicle recovery in Citrus Heights March 27, 2021;
Macy's building at Sunrise Mall sold for $3.5M
New laundromat with drop-off service opens on Greenback Lane March 24, 2021; Citrus Heights roller rink struggling to make it during year-long COVID-19 shutdown March 21, 2021; Citrus Heights News Briefs: BLM, demolition, surgery, $22.7M sale March 21, 2021
Winter Shelter: churches, volunteers help homeless off
With rain drops falling on a stormy February afternoon, about two dozen homeless men and women began arriving at a temporary "intake center" set up at Messiah Lutheran Church in Citrus Heights. Familiar "guests" were checked in using simple paper identification cards with a photo, and newcomers were screened for alcohol and drugs before having a picture taken and an ID created
CHPD: over 30% of calls to police dept. are homeless
The results are in for a 2016 Citrus Heights Police Department study of local homelessness: between 30 and 35 percent of calls for service received by CHPD are homeless-related. In a phone interview with The Sentinel last week, Police Sgt. Jason Baldwin discussed the results of the department's study, as well as a related survey taken in April of the local homeless population
Citrus Heights PD won't be posting police logs anymore
More in Police Logs: LETTERS: Police logs were valuable source of info in Citrus Heights December 8, 2019; Citrus Heights Police Logs: ‘parrot guy,’ homeless, grand theft November 24, 2019; Citrus Heights Police Logs: Veterans Day, rooster mask, stolen truck November 17, 2019
Discount retailer moving forward with plan to open new
New laundromat with drop-off service opens on Greenback Lane March 24, 2021 Citrus Heights roller rink struggling to make it during year-long COVID-19 shutdown March 21, 2021 Five Below signage can be seen outside the future location at 7953 Greenback Ln. in Citrus Heights.
Coupons; Police. Community; Police; Citrus Heights police, Kings drop off new basketball hoop at Sayonara Center. The Citrus Heights Police Department teamed up with the Sacramento Kings and former NBA player Bobby Jackson to drop off a new basketball hoop at the Sayonara Center on Wednesday, arriving with lights flashing and more than a dozen
Response rate for US Census is under 50% for Citrus
More in City Hall: The Civic Minute: what’s happening at Citrus Heights City Hall? April 7, 2021; City encouraging ‘random acts of clean-up’ for Citrus Heights creeks April 1, 2021; Here’s the 23 objectives the City of Citrus Heights seeks to accomplish over next 6 months March 28, 2021
Police Logs Archives
Latest police logs in Citrus Heights include reports of a man “using a golf club to hit trash into traffic” on Auburn Boulevard, a tip jar being stolen from Starbucks, trouble with an Uber passenger who had been drinking, and a shoplifter making off with $300 of insulin prescription from Walgreens…
Police Logs Archives
Latest police logs include shoplifters making off with $4,000 in products from Victoria’s Secret, police being called on an out-of-control five-year-old student at Carriage Elementary, grand theft of a firearm at a gun shop on Greenback Lane, and a report of a naked woman in …
2018 Election: where to vote in person, drop off ballots
New laundromat with drop-off service opens on Greenback Lane. Citrus Heights roller rink struggling to make it during year-long COVID-19 shutdown. Citrus Heights News Briefs: BLM, demolition, surgery, $22.7M sale Coupons; City Hall 2018 Election: where to vote in person, drop off ballots in Citrus Heights. on May 24, 2018.
Citrus Heights PD release images of suspects in $250k
Updated Oct. 3, 12:56 p.m.-- On Tuesday, Citrus Heights police released surveillance images of suspects sought in connection with a $250,000 diamond heist that occurred in April. Police said in an Oct. 3 news release that two men wearing masks and sunglasses "forced their way" into Kenny G & Company Jewelers at 5460 Sunrise Blvd. on April 21, 2017, at 8:57 a.m. "Armed with a hammer and a …
'Taste of Citrus Heights' event to offer local flavor
An upcoming all-you-can-eat fundraiser at the Citrus Heights Community Center on April 28 is promising to treat attendees with catered food and beverage tasting from several dozen local restaurants, incorporated with an evening of comedy, dance, and support for local police. GFWC Citrus Heights Women's Club President Kristy Hernandez, whose group is putting on the "Taste of Citrus …
Strip mall on Greenback Lane undergoing renovation. Here's
New laundromat with drop-off service opens on Greenback Lane March 24, 2021 Citrus Heights roller rink struggling to make it during year-long COVID-19 shutdown March 21, 2021 Love Laundry will be opening inside a strip mall currently undergoing renovation at 6201 Greenback Ln., in …
Following the announcement of Ron Lawrence being named as the new Citrus Heights police chief, The Sentinel gave the incoming chief an opportunity to answer several background and policy questions as a personal introduction to the community — including questions on current issues of …
Tiny theatre in Citrus Heights offers comedy, drama in
Citrus Heights residents no longer have to go downtown to see a quality show -- as long as they don't mind the size of the theatre, that is. Tucked away next to a barber shop in the Aquarium Depot shopping plaza on Auburn Boulevard, a small theater is making a big step to bring entertaining shows to Citrus Heights. The Theatre In The Heights, which opened in January of this year, features a 52
Final concept plan for Old Auburn Road projected to cost
The Citrus Heights City Council will vote this Thursday on whether to adopt a final concept plan for Old Auburn Road that includes eliminating lanes, widening the roadway in places, and adding contiguous bike lanes and separated sidewalks.
City 'leaning' towards permanent lane reduction on Old
The Citrus Heights City Council on Thursday gave direction to staff and consultants to pursue developing a plan that would include permanently replacing one lane of traffic with separated bikeway in each direction on a section of Old Auburn Road. A …