Jun 012012
 

NEWS-LEDGER — MAY 30, 2012 From Art Schroeder City of West Sacramento In celebration of its 25th year, the City of West Sacramento presents a new video-only contest open to residents and businesses. The City is asking for short videos about your favorite stories or memories of West Sacramento during the past 25 years, or [...]

May 152012
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER – Drop off your junk furniture, mattresses, box springs, cardboard and tires (limit of 9 tires) at the City of West Sacramento’s “Bulky Waste Drop-Off Event” from 4-7 p.m. on May 16-19 at 540 Harbor Blvd. Bring proof of city residency (utility bill or driver’s license). Hours are 4-7 p.m. on weekdays [...]

Mar 212012
 

NEWS-LEDGER — MARCH 14, 2012 – From the City of West Sacramento The City of West Sacramento is opening a new preschool and childcare center this month. It’s called “Learning Ladder,” and it’s inside the West Sacramento Community Center. Learning Ladder will focus on childcare and preschool education, with competitive prices and scholarships offered. Learning [...]

Feb 112012
 

NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE Is your non-profit organization interested in selling fireworks this season?  Come meet with City staff and fireworks wholesaler representatives to see if it’s right for your organization.  An informational workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 6 p.m. at the city hall galleria, 1110 West Capitol Avenue. Topics to be discussed:  the [...]

Dec 102011
 
Holiday tree lights up

From the NEWS-LEDGER — DEC 7, 2011 HOLIDAY TREE-LIGHTING: Hundreds attended the ceremonial lighting of the city’s holiday tree on Dec. 2 in front of city hall The event featured music and a visit from Santa, and was hosted by the Chamber of Commerce.

Nov 282011
 
Shaping future of West Sac's Washington neighborhood

West Sac’s Washington District is now a disparate mix of longtime residents, old houses, shiny townhouses, skyscrapers, and the homeless NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 23, 2011 – By Steve Marschke News-Ledger Editor Officials from West Sacramento and the federal Housing & Urban Development Department (HUD) gathered at a street corner in the city’s Washington neighborhood on [...]