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Data Report: How the City responded to homelessness Feb. 19-25
The City of Sacramento has released its weekly progress report for the City’s Incident Management Team responding to homelessness. From Feb. 19-25, the City of Sacramento received 745 calls to 311...
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From Sacramento News and Review...
Sacramento County’s most recent Point-in-Time Count took place in January, and preliminary data continues to point to a major crisis. In response, city and county officials have pioneered a system with nonprofit groups that centralizes information and streamlines access to resources.
From Citrus Heights Sentinel...
From The Sacramento Observer...
The lines for Sacramento’s District 4 have been redrawn and local politicos are waiting to see what that means.
With the primary election rapidly approaching, Sacramento voters will be bombarded with political mailers, emails, texts and calls.
The biennial survey, which continues in neighborhoods, parks and along riverbanks countywide, does more than just tally the region’s unhoused residents.
Cathy Creswell, president of the Sacramento Housing Alliance board, joins with Civic Thread’s Jordan Grimaldi to talk about the intersection between transportation and housing affordability and availability.
Each candidate brings strategies old and new ahead of March 5 vote.
The Sacramento News & Review breaks down campaign contributions to each candidate.
Black renters, especially ones with children, face a greater risk of eviction than their white counterparts, according to studies from Eviction Lab and the U.S. Census Bureau.
Vice Mayor Eric Guerra and House Sacramento’s Ben Raderstorf talk about the past, present and future of affordable housing.
Current Assemblymember Kevin McCarty says he is running because he wants to give back and serve the community he calls home.
From The Sacramento Bee...
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