Natomas Short-Term Street & Sidewalk Closures

STAFF REPORT THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz The following short-term street and/or sidewalk closures are planned beginning April 2, according to the city Public Works Department: … [Read more...]

2024 Earth Day Events Set for Natomas

STAFF REPORT THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz Area residents are invited to participate in citywide Earth Day clean-up and beautification events set for this Saturday, April 6. Events are … [Read more...]

Improvements Begin on Garden Hwy Building

STAFF REPORT THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz According to plans submitted to the City of Sacramento, MyOutDesk has started construction and tenant improvements at 1661 Garden Highway. This … [Read more...]

Jibe Launches Subsidized Vanpool Program

BY MICHELLE BASSO REYNOLDS, NORTH NATOMAS JIBE FOR THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz As more workers return to the office, North Natomas Jibe has partnered with Commute with Enterprise to offer a … [Read more...]

Plans Filed for Long-Vacant Corner

STAFF REPORT THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz Plans have been filed to develop the long-vacant land at 2380 Del Paso Road, located on the southwest corner of Del Paso Road and Truxel … [Read more...]

South Natomas Library to Close Temporarily

STAFF REPORT THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz The South Natomas Library is scheduled to close temporarily later this month. According to an email sent to library patrons and posts on social … [Read more...]

City Seeks Public Input on Budget Deficit

STAFF REPORT THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz The City of Sacramento held one of three community meetings earlier this month in Natomas to discuss the $66 million budget deficit. Pete Coletto, … [Read more...]

High Schoolers Invited to Design Stickers

BY ROBYN EIFERTSEN, SAFE Credit Union FOR THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz SAFE Credit Union is inviting high school artists from Sacramento County to dream big and to illustrate those ideas into … [Read more...]