Seen in Natomas: Two-Alarm House Fire

aug31housefireTHE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz A plume of dark smoke was visible from Interstate 5 on Sunday, August 31 when a two-alarm fire took hold of a home located near Duckhorn Drive and Dragonfly Circle. Marcus Watstein shot this image... Read More >

Seen in Natomas: Sun Drop in Westlake

sundropbyvalerieTHE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz Valerie Alden captured this image of the a water droplet at sunset recently in Westlake. Share your photos with us at [email protected]

Seen in Natomas: Words to Live By

bigbookgirlscoutsTHE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz The popular interactive Authors of Our Own Destiny sculpture is clearly Natomas’ favorite public canvass, sporting new art with more frequency. The community fixture – located on Del Paso Road adjacent from the North Natomas... Read More >

Seen in Natomas: Nothing to Bark At

bigbookdog59THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz Publisher’s note: Our post today got the attention of Waffle’s owner who sent us the photos below via Twitter and wrote: “He’s the greatest dog ever! He’s a bulldog lab mix and loves to take... Read More >

Seen in Natomas: NP3 Seniors Prank their Principal

np3seniorprankPHOTO BY SUKHMAN REKHI, NP3 INTERN THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz Ay, caramba! Principal Tom Rutten found himself the subject of this year’s senior prank at Natomas Pacific Pathways Prep High School. Senior prank – an annual tradition at the... Read More >

Seen in Natomas: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

20140519-111535.jpgTHE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz Daniel Yoon captured a tranquil moment in time recently, taking this photograph at the North Natomas Community Park adjacent to Natomas Park Elementary School. Submit your photos to [email protected]

Seen in Natomas: National Teacher Appreciation Day

Doneisha McCall -11th.jpgTHE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz Students at Discovery High shared why they appreciate teachers at their school to mark National Teacher Appreciation Day. Discovery High principal Christopher Morris posted several #ThankATeacher photographs, seen here, on Twitter with students’ handwritten messages... Read More >

Seen in Natomas: Spring Storm Rolls In

may5stormTHE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz Sirisha Nemani captured this shot of the spring storm as it rolled into Natomas this evening bringing with it thunder, lightning, hail and rain. Submit your Natomas photos to [email protected]

Seen in Natomas: Beauty in Unexpected Places

seentargetflowersTHE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz Jennifer Mackey photographed these lovely lillies in the Target-Natomas parking lot on her birthday last month. Send your photo submissions to [email protected]

Seen in Natomas: Bing Maps on the Prowl

seenbingmapsTHE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz Al Goldberg caught Bing Maps shooting in the Regency Park neighborhood on Wednesday – hope everyone put away their garbage cans! Submit your photos to [email protected]

Seen in Natomas: Cloudy Reflection on a Sunny Day

seeninnatomascloudsTHE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz Diane Mahan took this picture of the canal on the way to the Dollar Tree on Club Center Drive over the weekend. Send your photo submissions to [email protected]

Seen in Natomas: It’s Raining Spring Flower Petals

flowerrain1THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz Ona Knutson Saras photographed a group of children in the Westlake neighborhood picking flowers off a tree earlier this month. The group filled a bucket and threw them in the air making it “rain” flower... Read More >

Seen in Natomas: Ashby Talks at Natomas Town Hall

ashbytownhallPHOTO BY MARC LAVER THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz About six dozen people attended a Natomas Town Hall meeting held Wednesday, April 9 at The Club in Natomas Park where Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby gave area residents an update... Read More >

Seen in Natomas: Elkhorn Reservoir Gets New Look

watertower14BY TRINA DROTAR THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz At the intersection of Natomas and Elkhorn boulevard sits the Elkhorn Reservoir, a circular blue building which for years has served as a visual marker for area residents and visitors. A few... Read More >

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