Highway 50 Bike/Ped Overcrossing
November 17, 2017
The City has been awarded $5.1 million dollars by the California Natural Resource Agency to construct the Sycamore Trail Pedestrian Overcrossing. The span will connect the City's north and south neighborhoods over Highway 50 from Joey Lopes Park to Westmore Oaks Elementary School. Construction is anticipated to be completed by spring of 2020.
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On-Demand Rideshare
November 8, 2017
The City of West Sacramento has announced the selection of New York-based rideshare company, Via, to launch the nation's first ever city/private partnership for on-demand public transportation service. The 1-year Pilot program will allow users to book a shared ride anywhere in the City for a flat-fare similar to the cost of riding the bus.

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Zocalo Coming to West Sacramento
November 1, 2017
The King's restaurant building at 1500 West Capiol Ave. has been purchased by the owners of Zocalo restaurants.
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Free Oil Filter Exchange, Saturday, Nov. 18
October 27, 2017
The City of West Sacramento's Environmental Services Division has joined forces with other Yolo County jurisdictions to host a countywide oil filter exchange event on Saturday, November 18, 2017 at all Yolo County AutoZone and O-Reilly Auto Parts stores.
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Sign Up for Emergency Alerts
October 23, 2017
The recent Northern California fires are a good reminder about the importance of receiving timely emergency information to keep your family safe. The City of West Sacramento, in cooperation with the Yolo County Office of Emergency Services is part of a mass notification system called Yolo Alerts. We encourage all residents to sign up for these alerts here: www.yolo-alert.org.

You can also get alerts by texting your zip code to 888777 through the Nixle system.


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Liberty Development Draft EIR Released
August 23, 2017
The draft Environmental Impact Report for the proposed Liberty Development has been released for public comment. The project would create a new community in Southport.
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City Upgrades Open Data Portal
August 9, 2017
The Information Technology Division has just completed a major upgrade to the City's open data portal that will serve as a one-stop shop allowing users to explore the City's public GIS data, access City financial data, connect with the City to report a problem or make a suggestion, file a public records request, or get a business license.
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Elkhorn and Bryte Parks Get Upgrades
August 7, 2017
New shade structures, parking, play equipment and restroom facilities are coming to Elkhorn Park and Bryte Park's Disney-themed playground.
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Driverless Shuttle Makes Rounds at Raley Field
July 12, 2017
The City recently tested out a self-driving mini-bus at Raley Field. The electric vehicle can transport up to 12 passengers. It uses lasers and cameras to follow a set route without the need for a driver. The rig is one of many options under consideration as a Riverfront Shuttle.

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Connect Card Unites Region's Public Transit
June 15, 2017
Public transit users have a new, convenient way to pay for their travels. The Connect Card is a reusable smart card that allows riders to load cash value or transit passes across nine different transit systems in the region, including YoloBus.
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