| |Welcome to the Housing Division
The Housing Division develops and implements programs, policies, and projects that help assure an adequate supply of quality housing alternatives for West Sacramento residents, and that support the City Council's vision through infrastructure investments.
In collaboration with the Economic Development Division of the City Manager's Office and other City departments, the Housing Division plays a key role in the implementation of the Community Investment Action Plan, the City Council's roadmap for public investments that will continue the legacy of success established by the City's redevelopment program.
The Bridge District
Housing Division staff organized and managed the public-private financing mechanism that has funded the installation of backbone infrastructure in the City's Bridge District. Already home to Raley Field and projected to comprise up to 4,000 residential units and 5.6 million square feet of commercial development build out, the Bridge District is now one of the most exciting development areas in the Sacramento region.
Tower Bridge Gateway
The Tower Bridge Gateway improvements support new high-density development and existing West Sacramento neighborhoods. The design of Tower Bridge Gateway anticipated redevelopment of the downtown section of West Capitol Avenue and the Bridge District. The former State Route 275 is being transformed into an at-grade street with signalized intersections at 3rd Street and 5th Street. The project increases pedestrian access by creating wide and accessible sidewalks and is creating connectivity by tearing down barriers between adjacent neighborhoods.
- West Capitol Avenue Streetscape
- West Sacramento Community Center
- Metro Place at Washington Square
- Raley Field - Home of River Cats Baseball
- Daniel C. Palamidessi Bridge
- The Ziggurat
- West Capitol Courtyard II
- Riverwalk Park
- Margaret McDowell Senior Housing