By Jan Dalske for the News Ledger Have you been to the City of West Sacramento’s Recreation Center? Now is the time to visit. Come with your family or bring a friend. More »
The city of West Sacramento received the Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council’s ( GSAC) inaugural “Paving the Way” award recognizing a public agency for “Exceptional Economic Development Results” at the GSAC annual More »
The West Sacramento Fire Department, in conjunction with the West Sacramento Firefighters’ Association, is preparing for the annual “Santa Run” through West Sacramento. With the help of many off-duty firefighter “elves,” Santa More »
Residents are invited to the 2017 Recreation Center open house
By Jan Dalske for the News Ledger
Have you been to the City of West Sacramento’s Recreation Center? Now is the time to visit. Come with your family or bring a friend. The Recreation Center wants to showcase some of the activities that they offer throughout the year. The Open House will be held on Friday, Jan. 20 from 6 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., and Saturday, Jan. 21 from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
During the Open House you can workout at no charge. Try one or more of the many exercise classes that are offered. Check out one or more of the workshops. The Rec Center offers Aging With Wellness, PNF Stretching Clinic or Fermented Foods Talk and Tasting. Call the center at 916-617-4770 to sign up or email them if you have any questions.
If you have been thinking about checking out a class, now is your chance. Experience something new. Childcare is offered free both Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon, and Friday from 4:30 to 8 pm. You may want to call to reserve a spot for childcare as there is limited availability.
Your family is invited to the Rockwall Party on Friday night from 6 pm to 7:30 pm. You will learn climbing techniques. You will need to sign up at the front desk in advance for this class. Many workshops will be offered. These include A.M. Pump, Low Impact Cardio, Athletic Barre, Beginning Yoga and Meditation, Partner Preview Workout, Ask a Trainer, Body Comp Table.
You can watch or participate in the Drop- In- Pickleball. Aqua Triathlon is an event that will give you a workout and make you laugh and is great for all skill levels. The activities include Aqua Tri, Jog, and Bike as well as a Polar Slide.
Here is your chance to try Zumba. There will be a Zumba Party on Friday from 5:45 to 7 p.m. You will need to register in advance for Zumba. Sarah, Satu, Barbara and Ernest are looking forward to dancing with you. Come and see what you have been missing.
On Saturday a Fooseball Ladder and a Ping Pong Ladder will take place from 10 to 11 a.m. YOGA is scheduled at the same time and has limited availability. The staff at the Recreation Center is looking forward to meeting you and showcasing many of the activities that they offer all year round.
Plan now to visit the Recreation Center OPEN HOUSE on Friday, Jan. 20 and Saturday, Jan. 21. You can call the Recreation Center to sign up in advance at 916-617-4770.
To ask questions via email send your inquiry to email@example.com.
The Recreation Center is located at 2801 Jefferson Blvd. in West Sacramento.
Swearing In For Mayor, Council Members
Mayor Christopher Cabaldon, along with Council Members Beverly “Babs” Sandeen and Quirina Orozco were sworn into office at a City Hall ceremony last night.
Cabaldon and Sandeen were re-elected to office. Orozco beat a strong field to replace recently retired Council Member Bill Kristoff. It was the Mayor’s 10th time taking the oath!
Also at the meeting, West Sacramento resident and Olympic athlete Kim Conley was presented with a proclamation recognizing her achievements as a world class runner and a role model for the West Sacramento community.
West Sacramento Receives Awards for Barn Project and Economic Development
The city of West Sacramento received the Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council’s ( GSAC) inaugural “Paving the Way” award recognizing a public agency for “Exceptional Economic Development Results” at the GSAC annual dinner on December 7. The City’s Business Assistance and Infrastructure Investment were cited in remarks by GSAC during the award presentation which was accepted by Mayor Christopher Cabaldon.
The Barn project was selected to receive the American Planning Association, Sacramento Valley Section, Local Vision Award. The Local Vision Award recognizes projects that have made outstanding contributions to creating better communities throughout the Sacramento Valley.
Santa to arrive on fire truck: Here’s St. Nick’s schedule
The West Sacramento Fire Department, in conjunction with the West Sacramento Firefighters’ Association, is preparing for the annual “Santa Run” through West Sacramento. With the help of many off-duty firefighter “elves,” Santa will be riding through various neighborhoods on an elaborately decorated fire truck “sleigh” and handing out candy canes purchased and donated by the West Sacramento Firefighters’ Association. Additionally, Santa will have a pickup truck following his “sleigh” with helpers collecting any canned food donations for the needy.
The West Sacramento Firefighters’ Association would like to extend its most sincere thanks and appreciation to all those who come out to make canned food donations, as well as to the Fire Chief and City Manager, for permitting the usage and decoration of the ladder truck for this annual tradition.
This year the Santa Run is scheduled for six nights beginning at 6 p.m. each night. If it rains on a scheduled night we will try to make it up the next week. Santa will be in the following areas on these dates:
On Monday, Dec. 5: Santa will appear in the Broderick and Bryte area, on the following streets: Fremont, Douglas, Andrew, Sixth, Cummins, Anna, Kegle, Carrie, Lisbon, North Hobson, and Fourness.
On Tuesday, Dec. 6: Santa will appear north of Business 80, on the following streets: Pine, Palomar, Marigold, Doran, Garnet, Greenmeadow, Evergreen, Sycamore, Buckeye, Poplar, Willow, Madrone, Rockrose, Westacre, Chaparral, Lilac, Michigan, Maple, Walnut, and Holly.
On Wednesday, Dec. 7, Santa will visit Old West Sacramento, on the following streets: Deerwood, Lakewood, Fernwood, Sonora, Haverhill, Meadow, Webster, Virginia, Alabama, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland.
On Thursday, Dec. 8, Santa will appear Southport South West, on the following streets: Independence, Lagoon, Meadowlark, Starling, Sandpiper, Pheasant Hollow, Duet, Constitution, Summerfield, Jacquelyn, Janet, Betty, Shirley, Leslie, Diane, Brenda, Kathy, Nancy, Violet, Mareca, Teal, Canvasback, Pitzer, and Allen.
On Friday, Dec. 9: Santa will come to the following streets of the northeast area of Southport: Kinsington, Aster, Manchester, Gateway, Sausalito, Sansome, Hearst, Randolph, Mojave, Merced, Rubicon, Ironwood, Spruce, Redwood, Alder, Limewood, Almond, Peppertree, Peachtree.
On Monday, Dec. 12, Santa will come to Bridgeway Island, on the following streets: Cayman Island, St. John, Martinique, St. Croix, Haiti, Swan Island, Suisun Bay, Ryer Island, Catalina Island, Santa Cruz, Half Moon Bay, Cooper Island, Fiji Island, Bowen Island, Solomon Island, Stuart Island, Graham Island, San Salvador, Abaco, Bridgeway Lakes, Henshaw, Eagle, Lewiston, Tahoe, and Coyote.
Please understand that Santa cannot get to every street. Santa’s route will not include trailer parks, courts or dead-end streets. For further information, please call 617-4600. Please do not call 9-1-1; they have no information about this event.