The City of Sacramento’s Neighborhood Services is hosting three community meetings on February 21st, February 22nd, and March 3rd at the Fruitridge Community Collaborative, Bartley Cavanaugh Golf Course, and KVIE Community Room respectively and is inviting all associations, neighbors, communities, youth, organizations, businesses, and overall networks to partake in a discussion about the economic future of Sacramento.

Sacramento Neighborhood Services believes that the only way change and improvement can happen is if they hear from as many Sacramento residents, business owners and organizations as possible and that these meetings are critical to help develop the model that the City of Sacramento uses to create prosperous neighborhoods and thriving business corridors.

At each of these dates, an engaging discussion is to be held with group exercises, voting opportunities, and a chance to voice your concern on what you believe your neighborhood and City of Sacramento needs. Light refreshments will be provided by local businesses.

“I think civic engagement is critical and it looks like they’re doing a good job reaching out to the community. There’s plenty of notice and the three different options is convenient,” said Alex Dash, a concerned resident of the Sacramento county. “My big question is: what action has been taken from prior community meetings and how will they follow up on the input they receive from these upcoming meetings?”

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For more information, you may call or e-mail the Interim Division Manager of Sacramento Neighborhood Services, Kriztina Palone, at (916) 808-2260 or kpalone@cityofsacramento.org.