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Providing and distributing programming of interest to residents that will inform, educate, and enlighten, as well as encourage participation in government services, activities, and decision-making. Expanding citizen awareness of government and its decision-making processes by exposing citizens to live and tape delayed government meetings.Enhancing existing public information materials and use cable television as a public information tool. Providing information about programs and services offered by government departments, agencies, boards, commissions, and government-supported agencies.

Latest Episodes

Subdivision Review Committee - December 5, 2019

This committee takes final action on parcel maps (4 parcels or less) that do not require hearings at the Community Planning Advisory Council (CPAC), or the County Planning Commission. Their actions can be appealed to the County Planning Commission.

54 MIN1 d ago
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Subdivision Review Committee - December 5, 2019

Fair Oaks CPAC - December 4, 2019

The Community Planning Advisory Councils were created in the unincorporated County to facilitate and encourage direct citizen participation early in the planning process when it is easier for project proponents and decision-makers to respond to public concerns. The primary purpose of the CPAC is to gather community response to proposed projects. The projects reviewed range from broad policy questions that apply countywide, to small development projects of local interest. Entitlements reviewed include General Plan and Zoning Code amendments to plans, zoning matters and use permits.

48 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Fair Oaks CPAC - December 4, 2019

Orangevale CPAC - December 3, 2019

The Community Planning Advisory Councils were created in the unincorporated County to facilitate and encourage direct citizen participation early in the planning process when it is easier for project proponents and decision-makers to respond to public concerns. The primary purpose of the CPAC is to gather community response to proposed projects. The projects reviewed range from broad policy questions that apply countywide, to small development projects of local interest. Entitlements reviewed include General Plan and Zoning Code amendments to plans, zoning matters and use permits.

25 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Orangevale CPAC - December 3, 2019

Zoning Administration - November 20, 2019

The Zoning Administrator takes final action on minor use permits and variances. Zoning Administrator actions can be appealed to theBoard of Zoning Appeals.

37 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Zoning Administration - November 20, 2019

First Five Sacramento - December 2, 2019

The First 5 Sacramento Commission is comprised of 14 members that have been appointed by the County Board of Supervisors because of their experience in early childhood health and development. As a funding agency, the Commission makes strategic investments based on best practices and a community driven plan. Investments are made into programs that meet the highest needs of children and families in Sacramento County.

62 MIN4 d ago
Comments
First Five Sacramento - December 2, 2019

SAFCA - November 21, 2019

The Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency (SAFCA) was formed in 1989 to address the Sacramento area's vulnerability to catastrophic flooding. This vulnerability was exposed during the record flood of 1986 when Folsom Dam exceeded its normal flood control storage capacity and several area levees nearly collapsed under the strain of the storm. In response, the City of Sacramento, the County of Sacramento, the County of Sutter, the American River Flood Control District and Reclamation District No. 1000 created SAFCA through a Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement to provide the Sacramento region with increased flood protection along the American and Sacramento Rivers.

56 MIN4 d ago
Comments
SAFCA - November 21, 2019

STA Governing Board - November 14, 2019

The STA is primarily responsible for administering theMeasure Aprogram: the half-percent sales tax for transportation improvements in Sacramento County. The STA also administers theSacramento Metropolitan Freeway Service Patrol (FSP)program in cooperation with Caltrans and the California Highway Patrol. The program's primary objective is to reduce the traffic congestion caused by roadway incidents. The STA Governing Board andstaffalso serve as the Governing Board and staff of theSacramento Abandoned Vehicle Service Authority (SAVSA). SAVSA provides funding to participating local jurisdictions for the abatement of abandoned vehicles and vehicle parts on streets and private property. The STA is the only local countywide transportation agency and, therefore, provides a number of other functions related to setting priorities for the expenditure of specified state and federal transportation funds in Sacramento County.

113 MIN3 w ago
Comments
STA Governing Board - November 14, 2019

Regional Sanitation District - November 13, 2019

SASD Directors: Jeannie Bruins (Alternate – Miller), Sue Frost, Patrick Hume (Alternate-Ly), Patrick Kennedy, Andy Morin (Alternate – Miklos), Don Nottoli, Susan Peters, Phil Serna, Robert McGarvey (Alternate – Gatewood), Larry Carr, (Alternate - Guerra) Regional Sanitation Directors:Jeannie Bruins (City of Citrus Heights Alternate – Miller),Sue Frost, Eric Guerra, Allen Warren, Jeff Harris, Angelique Ashby (City of Sacramento-Alternate Vacant), Patrick Hume, Steve Ly (City of Elk Grove Alternate – Suen), Patrick Kennedy, Andy Morin (City of Folsom Alternate – Miklos), Oscar Villegas (Yolo County Alternate – Rexroad), Don Nottoli, Susan Peters, Quirina Orozco (City of West Sacramento Alternate – Sandeen),Phil Serna, Robert McGarvey (Alternate – Gatewood), Larry Carr SCSDFA Directors:Jeannie Bruins (City of Citrus Heights Alternate – Miller),Sue Frost, Eric Guerra, Allen Warren, Jeff Harris, Angelique Ashby (City of Sacramento-Alternate Vacant), Patrick Hume, Steve Ly (City...

65 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Regional Sanitation District - November 13, 2019

Sacramento LAFCo - November 6, 2019

LAFCos are state-mandated quasi-judicial countywide Commissions whose purview is to oversee boundary changes of cities and special districts, the formation of new agencies, including the incorporation of new cities and districts, and the consolidation or reorganization of special districts and or cities.

64 MINNOV 8
Comments
Sacramento LAFCo - November 6, 2019

Board of Supervisors - November 5, 2019

The Board of Supervisors is the governing body of the County of Sacramento. There are five members of the Board and each represents one of five Districts. Board of Supervisor meetings are open to the public to attend. Meeting agendas are available at:www.sccob.saccounty.net

-1 sNOV 8
Comments
Board of Supervisors - November 5, 2019

Latest Episodes

Subdivision Review Committee - December 5, 2019

This committee takes final action on parcel maps (4 parcels or less) that do not require hearings at the Community Planning Advisory Council (CPAC), or the County Planning Commission. Their actions can be appealed to the County Planning Commission.

54 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Subdivision Review Committee - December 5, 2019

Fair Oaks CPAC - December 4, 2019

The Community Planning Advisory Councils were created in the unincorporated County to facilitate and encourage direct citizen participation early in the planning process when it is easier for project proponents and decision-makers to respond to public concerns. The primary purpose of the CPAC is to gather community response to proposed projects. The projects reviewed range from broad policy questions that apply countywide, to small development projects of local interest. Entitlements reviewed include General Plan and Zoning Code amendments to plans, zoning matters and use permits.

48 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Fair Oaks CPAC - December 4, 2019

Orangevale CPAC - December 3, 2019

The Community Planning Advisory Councils were created in the unincorporated County to facilitate and encourage direct citizen participation early in the planning process when it is easier for project proponents and decision-makers to respond to public concerns. The primary purpose of the CPAC is to gather community response to proposed projects. The projects reviewed range from broad policy questions that apply countywide, to small development projects of local interest. Entitlements reviewed include General Plan and Zoning Code amendments to plans, zoning matters and use permits.

25 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Orangevale CPAC - December 3, 2019

Zoning Administration - November 20, 2019

The Zoning Administrator takes final action on minor use permits and variances. Zoning Administrator actions can be appealed to theBoard of Zoning Appeals.

37 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Zoning Administration - November 20, 2019

First Five Sacramento - December 2, 2019

The First 5 Sacramento Commission is comprised of 14 members that have been appointed by the County Board of Supervisors because of their experience in early childhood health and development. As a funding agency, the Commission makes strategic investments based on best practices and a community driven plan. Investments are made into programs that meet the highest needs of children and families in Sacramento County.

62 MIN4 d ago
Comments
First Five Sacramento - December 2, 2019

SAFCA - November 21, 2019

The Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency (SAFCA) was formed in 1989 to address the Sacramento area's vulnerability to catastrophic flooding. This vulnerability was exposed during the record flood of 1986 when Folsom Dam exceeded its normal flood control storage capacity and several area levees nearly collapsed under the strain of the storm. In response, the City of Sacramento, the County of Sacramento, the County of Sutter, the American River Flood Control District and Reclamation District No. 1000 created SAFCA through a Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement to provide the Sacramento region with increased flood protection along the American and Sacramento Rivers.

56 MIN4 d ago
Comments
SAFCA - November 21, 2019

STA Governing Board - November 14, 2019

The STA is primarily responsible for administering theMeasure Aprogram: the half-percent sales tax for transportation improvements in Sacramento County. The STA also administers theSacramento Metropolitan Freeway Service Patrol (FSP)program in cooperation with Caltrans and the California Highway Patrol. The program's primary objective is to reduce the traffic congestion caused by roadway incidents. The STA Governing Board andstaffalso serve as the Governing Board and staff of theSacramento Abandoned Vehicle Service Authority (SAVSA). SAVSA provides funding to participating local jurisdictions for the abatement of abandoned vehicles and vehicle parts on streets and private property. The STA is the only local countywide transportation agency and, therefore, provides a number of other functions related to setting priorities for the expenditure of specified state and federal transportation funds in Sacramento County.

113 MIN3 w ago
Comments
STA Governing Board - November 14, 2019

Regional Sanitation District - November 13, 2019

SASD Directors: Jeannie Bruins (Alternate – Miller), Sue Frost, Patrick Hume (Alternate-Ly), Patrick Kennedy, Andy Morin (Alternate – Miklos), Don Nottoli, Susan Peters, Phil Serna, Robert McGarvey (Alternate – Gatewood), Larry Carr, (Alternate - Guerra) Regional Sanitation Directors:Jeannie Bruins (City of Citrus Heights Alternate – Miller),Sue Frost, Eric Guerra, Allen Warren, Jeff Harris, Angelique Ashby (City of Sacramento-Alternate Vacant), Patrick Hume, Steve Ly (City of Elk Grove Alternate – Suen), Patrick Kennedy, Andy Morin (City of Folsom Alternate – Miklos), Oscar Villegas (Yolo County Alternate – Rexroad), Don Nottoli, Susan Peters, Quirina Orozco (City of West Sacramento Alternate – Sandeen),Phil Serna, Robert McGarvey (Alternate – Gatewood), Larry Carr SCSDFA Directors:Jeannie Bruins (City of Citrus Heights Alternate – Miller),Sue Frost, Eric Guerra, Allen Warren, Jeff Harris, Angelique Ashby (City of Sacramento-Alternate Vacant), Patrick Hume, Steve Ly (City...

65 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Regional Sanitation District - November 13, 2019

Sacramento LAFCo - November 6, 2019

LAFCos are state-mandated quasi-judicial countywide Commissions whose purview is to oversee boundary changes of cities and special districts, the formation of new agencies, including the incorporation of new cities and districts, and the consolidation or reorganization of special districts and or cities.

64 MINNOV 8
Comments
Sacramento LAFCo - November 6, 2019

Board of Supervisors - November 5, 2019

The Board of Supervisors is the governing body of the County of Sacramento. There are five members of the Board and each represents one of five Districts. Board of Supervisor meetings are open to the public to attend. Meeting agendas are available at:www.sccob.saccounty.net

-1 sNOV 8
Comments
Board of Supervisors - November 5, 2019
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