Algae in Natomas Basins Prompt Warning

STAFF REPORT THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz Signs popped up today adjacent to several Natomas-area flood control basins warning the public about harmful algae which could be in the water. City … [Read more...]

Doyle Pool Open for Recreational Swim

STAFF REPORT THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz Sacramento public pools have kicked off the summer season with $1 admission for all visitors through June 20. “Last year, due to the pandemic, … [Read more...]

You Asked, We Got the Answer

STAFF REPORT THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz “Do you know why the small dog park at Inderkum is closed? Or when it will reopen?” —Katherine Breese Miesha K. Ross, District Director for Mayor Pro … [Read more...]

Natomas Short-Term Street & Sidewalk Closures

STAFF REPORT THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz The following short-term street and/or sidewalk closures are planned in Natomas beginning June 11, according to the Sacramento Public Works … [Read more...]

Spraygrounds in Natomas Now Open for Play

STAFF REPORT THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz Updated June 24, 2021* Natomas resident Mariah Ashe's sons were among the first to play at the North Natomas Regional Park sprayground on … [Read more...]

Group Calls to Defund Police Budget $30 Million

BY BRANDY TUZON BOYD THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz The Sacramento City Council today will hear public safety budget proposals for the coming fiscal year. The Sacramento Police Department is … [Read more...]

Protest Held at City Manager’s Home in Natomas

STAFF REPORT THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz About two dozen people staged a protest Sunday night in Natomas at the home of Sacramento City Manager Howard Chan. According to posts on social … [Read more...]

Virtual Citywide Event Rings in the New Year

BY BRANDY TUZON BOYD THE NATOMAS BUZZ | @natomasbuzz The City of Sacramento and Sol Collective have joined forces to create a citywide 2021 virtual celebration. #SAC2021 was created to help … [Read more...]