Special Events and Programs Cancelled at City Facilities
The City of West Sacramento continues to monitor and follow guidance from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the Yolo County Health Officer to mitigate the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). We can all have an impact in that effort, so we encourage our residents, businesses, and community organizations to observe this public health agency guidance. You can find the latest information and specific recommendations from the California Department of Public Health and information from the Yolo County Health Office.
During this period, be assured that core City services and operations will remain uninterrupted, but we do understand that our collective adherence to this guidance will cause disruption to daily life in our community.
This is particularly the case for community gatherings, as the latest guidance from CDPH encourages the postponement or cancellation of many types of events.
Accordingly, the City will be reaching out to organizers of events at City facilities and groups that have applied for a special event permit to discuss necessary modifications or cancellations to upcoming events.
Until further notice the City’s Recreation Center and Community Center will remain open, with the exception of the March, 12, 2020 closure of the senior lounge and related programs at the Community Center Stay tuned for schedule modifications and programming changes at both facilities.