On April 17th, Councilmember Angelique Ashby and Mayor Darrell Steinberg hosted a Community Discussion on the City of Sacramento’s Annual Budget at the Heritage Park Clubhouse from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Click below to view the presentation from the Office of the Independent Budget Analyst: District One Budget Forum Presentation
Panhandle Community Meeting Monday, April 10th, 2017 | 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Natomas Park Elementary School | 4700 Crest Drive
A community meeting will be held on Monday, April 10th at Natomas Park Elementary School beginning at 6 p.m. in the multi-purpose room. Join the meeting to learn more about
Join us Saturday, May 6th, 2017 for an awards ceremony where we will celebrate people you have nominated! We will come together to acknowledge and recognize the efforts of Natomas residents and business people who selflessly share their talents for the betterment of our community.
Below are the categories for the
Remarks by Councilwoman Angelique Ashby at the Women’s March Sacramento, California
COUNCILWOMAN: Hey Sacramento, California, are you fired up? (Applause)
Ladies, and those of you that love them, respect them, and know that they deserve equal rights, thank you for being here today. (Applause)
Because we are not going down like that. You
Safe & Sober Grad Night is a night to remember for this year’s graduating seniors of Inderkum High School – there they will have a safe, sober, supervised, and fun place to celebrate with their friends.
Each year, our office along with other community partners, join together to raise money for the Safe & Sober
On January 19th, the office of Councilmember Angelique Ashby and the City of Sacramento Women’s Leadership Group, in collaboration with VSP Global, welcomed McKinsey & Company to Sacramento City Hall for a presentation on gender parity in the workforce.
In this session, McKinsey researchers shared results from their two new studies on gender parity in
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January 18, 2017
Councilmember Ashby to Host McKinsey & Company to Highlight Gender Equity in the Workforce
SACRAMENTO – The office of Councilmember Angelique Ashby and the City of Sacramento Women’s Leadership Group, in collaboration with VSP Global, are welcoming McKinsey & Company to Sacramento City Hall
Santa in Natomas 2016 was a great success! Check out some footage from the Java Court Santa Stop – filmed by a Natomas neighbor and compiled for those who were not able to make it out for the Santa in Natomas events.
Click here or below to watch the Santa in Natomas video!Santa In
Santa (with a little special help from his pals at the Sacramento Fire Department) is making a special trip to visit all the good girls and boys in District 1! How do I know when Santa is coming and where he’ll be? 1. See dates and Santa stops below. Estimated stop times in parenthesis. 2.
The Natomas Arena Reuse Town Hall will be on December 14th from 6:30-8:00pm at the Inderkum High School Theater. Join the Kings and local city leaders for an update on efforts underway to transform the Natomas arena site.
Inderkum High School is located at 2500 New Market Drive. For questions regarding the town hall, feel
Join Councilmember Angelique Ashby and team for a beautification project and book drive at the North Natomas Regional Park. There will be opportunities to spread mulch, weed planter boxes, pick up litter, and donate new or gently used books to benefit the Friends of the North Natomas Library. All ages welcome.
More information here: http://allaboutsac.com/giveback.php
Councilwoman Angelique Ashby and the Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera welcome the Natomas community to an evening of live music in the North Natomas Regional Park on Saturday, November 5th from 4:00 – 6:00pm.
Members from the Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera will present a family friendly program featuring a special reading of Maurice Sendak’s “Where the
On Monday, January 16, 2017, Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the National Day of Service, community volunteers will join forces in North Natomas to help 50 kids transform bike parts into 50 ready-to-ride bicycles.
50 Bikes for 50 Kids is a community service event that matches 50 well-deserving youth with teams of volunteers to
The 12th Annual Creekside Community Fair is just around the corner! On October 23rd, we will be celebrating the harvest season with vendors from the North Natomas Town Center, live music, free food, face painters, balloon twisters, bounce houses, carnival games, pumpkin painting, and more.
The North Natomas TMA will be out with a free
The last North Natomas Farmers Market of the 2016 season will be Thursday, September 8th at the North Natomas Regional Park.
We will provide fresh food, local food vendors, live music, beer garden from Track 7, bike valet and a rockwall for the kids.
North Natomas Regional Park | 4:30 to 8:30 pm
Councilmember Ashby invites the Natomas Community to a discussion on the Panhandle Project.
Please join us to hear a presentation on the project and to provide feedback. 6:30-7:00pm – Presentation 7:00-8:00 – Open House
*Light refreshments will be provided*
Monday, September 12, 2016 Regency Park Elementary School | 5901 Bridgecross Drive Multi-Purpose
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Westlake Charter School Groundbreaking
SACRAMENTO – Join Councilmember Angelique Ashby and the Natomas Unified School District on Saturday, August 6th at 9:00 am (2680 Mabry Drive, adjacent to Valley Oak Park) as they celebrate the groundbreaking of the new Westlake Charter School
Next up in the 2016 Summer of Fun movies in the park series: Zootopia!
Come by the North Natomas Regional Park on August 12, 2016 for a night of family fun. From 6pm-8pm, we will have our annual Summer Sunset Party with facepainters, a bouncehouse and cotton candy.
Zootopia will begin at sunset – bring
Tuesday, August 2, 2016
National Night Out is a chance to bring neighborhoods together with local law enforcement to promote safer communities and to celebrate the unity of neighborhood watches that work to reduce crime across the country. On Tuesday, August 2, 2016, neighborhoods throughout Sacramento are invited to join forces with
Summer of Fun in District One!
Join Councilwoman Angelique Ashby, the District One team, and your Natomas neighbors for an array of FREE family events in June, July and August.
We’ll start off the Summer of Fun with by welcoming back the North Natomas Farmers Market! This season to be held on Thursday afternoons throughout
The Natomas Farmers Market will be Thursdays throughout the summer at the North Natomas Regional Park.
Each week, we will provide Farm-fresh food from local farmers, food vendors and music!
North Natomas Regional Park Starting June 2nd throughout the summer| 4:30 to 8:30 pm
1st & 3rd Thursday: Track 7 Brewery Beer Garden 2nd &
Join us for Movies in the Park! We’ll be showing Finding Nemo, Minions, Inside Out and Zootopia throughout the summer.
Families are invited to bring blankets, lawn chairs and snacks to set up in front of the big screen. The movie will be starting at sunset and we will provide free water and popcorn (while
The Sacramento Public Library’s Summer Reading Challenge is back! The “Read For The Win” Summer Reading program, held from Saturday May 14th to August 15th, is challenging all Sacramentans to keep reading all summer long. The Summer Reading Challenge is an annual celebration of reading across the country that prevents the “summer slide” — which
The nomination period for the 2016 N Factor Awards is now closed and we received some great nominations! Each of the people listed below has that “special something” that we believe makes Natomas a wonderful place to live and work. During the event, we will celebrate and recognize all the nominees and announce
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March 21st, 2016
Councilmember Ashby to Speak at 12th Annual State of Natomas Event
SACRAMENTO – Today at noon, the Natomas Chamber of Commerce will host its 12th Annual State of Natomas event at the Four Points by Sheraton in Natomas (4900 Duckhorn Drive).
Councilmember Angelique Ashby is the
We know that community partners and volunteers are the heart of Natomas but do you know someone with that “special something” that really makes our community a great place to live and work? Do you know someone who lives or works in Natomas, and gives generously of their time, energy and resources to make it
Register for Summer Oasis Camp at Regency Park this summer! Registration fills up fast – don’t miss your opportunity to enroll your child
Registration Opens April 1st
Summer Oasis Regency Park | 5500 Honor Parkway Please call 808-6433 for program information
June 6th-July 1st – Course #160574
Join us for the District One Earth Week 2017 Kick-Off!
Click here to sign up, our first shift is full but second shift is still available: District One Earth Week Kick-Off 2017 Please bring work gloves and tools, if you have them. Closed-toe shoes and long
“Welcome to the March for the Dream! This event brings Northern Californians together to honor the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and to continue his march for civil rights, social justice and equality for all. Jam-packed and highly interactive from start to finish with a six mile WALK and a Diversity expo, the march
Safe & Sober Grad Night is a night to remember for the graduating seniors. They will have a safe, sober, supervised, and fun place to celebrate their high school graduation with their friends.
Please join us on February 11th, 2016 for an evening of coffee, conversation and a silent dessert auction
On Monday, January 11th, 216, Councilwoman Angelique Ashby stood alongside Courage Worldwide, Inc., law enforcement organizations and community leaders, where together they took a stand against human trafficking, both here at home and across the globe. Human trafficking is the fastest growing crime globally and requires all facets of the community to take action.
It is awesome to have businesses that see value in reinvesting in our community. One of Comcast’s largest stores is in Natomas (just blocks from their regional headquarters, also in Natomas).
Saturday, December 12th was their grand reopening. They have overhauled and updated the entire store for the second time in 5 years!
The Office of Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby and Senator Dr. Richard Pan are sponsoring “Deck the Halls of District One” The contest will run from December 11th through December 27th, 2015 and is open to all District 1 residents Prizes include a $50 gift card to SactoMoFo to the top three winners
Kick start the new year at the Inderkum PTSA Fresh Start 5K and Health Fitness Beauty Expo 2016!
Fitness Classes, Information, Vendors, Kids Zone & much more
January 9th, 2016
Registration: 7:30 am Bib Pick-UP 7:30 am * Opening Ceremonies 8:30 am Fresh Start 5K-8:35 pm Kids
Inderkum High School Presents the Holiday Bazaar, Pancake Breakfast and Christmas Tree Wonderland
Christmas Tree Wonderland: 9am – 5pm Any Tree – $30 Fresh Wreaths – $15 Girls Basketball will sell hot drinks & pastries Cheer will sell Inderkum Ornaments
Holiday Bazaar: 9am – 1pm Vendors with holiday gifts
Are you a Natomas resident who was unable to make it to the Disaster Preparedness Workshop? There were plenty of topics covered and handouts but don’t worry because you can find links to all of the documents provided right here.Disaster Preparedness Town Hall
September 28, 2015 6:00PM – 8:00PM H. Allen Hight ElementaryWelcome
Attention Summer Reading Participants! As a congratulations on District One’s Summer Reading accomplishments, we are hosting a FREE ice cream party. Join the Office of Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby and the Friends of the Sacramento Public Library for a sweet treat this Thursday, October 1st at 4:00pm in the North Natomas Regional Park gazebo.
H. Allen Hight Learning Center – Multipurpose Room Monday, September 28th | 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Get information about what to do in the event of an emergency and go home with a plan.
Exhibits, demonstrations and brochures from the following agencies: Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency Reclamation District 1000
Creekside Community Fair is near at hand! On October 18th, we will be celebrating the harvest season with vendors from the North Natomas Town Center, live music, free food, face painters, balloon twisters, bounce houses, carnival games, pumpkin painting, and more! (Few! that’s a lot going on) The North Natomas TMA will be out with
The Natomas Farmers Market series continues each Friday! Come out and enjoy an evening with neighbors – there will be farm-fresh food and live music. Our Natomas Farmers Market will continue every Friday night through October 2nd but on the “first Friday” of every month (Sep. 4th & Oct. 2), we will have a bit
Save the date for our Summer Sunset Party & Last Movie Night!Saturday, August 1stArrive at 6pm for a FREE night of funThere will be sweet treats and free kids’ activities – including a bounce slide, bounce caterpillar, face painting, cotton candy, prize give-aways, a balloon twister and a photo booth! You’ll also get an opportunity
The Natomas Farmers Market Grand Opening will be Friday, August 7th at the North Natomas Regional Park. What might you expect at our inaugural event? Farm-fresh food, a live band, beer garden, bike valet, face-painter and food trucks! We will also being giving away a special Natomas Farmers Market gift to event goers. The farmers
West Fest 2015 will be a great evening of family fun for the community. There will be tons of activities for kids including: sports activities, prize games, bounce houses, and more. Adults can indulge in live music from Posterchild, the region’s top food trucks, and a brand new beer garden.
Then join us
We promised you a movie night featuring Big Hero 6 and we will deliver!
Come out to West Fest at 6:30pm and enjoy an afternoon of activities including bounce houses, food trucks, a beer garden, and some live music from Posterchild. Then join us for take 2 of Big Hero 6
The 11th Annual Kaiser Permanente Women’s Fitness Festival brought out thousands of women together to focus on fitness. For the full story and to watch the news report, click on the link below.Women’s Fitness Festival draws thousands to Capitol
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The District One Youth Programs Orientation is Tuesday, June 2nd at 4pm at the North Natomas Library.
For more information, contact Elena Quintero – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sacramento Public Library’s Summer Reading Program is back!The Read to the Rhythm Program, from June 1st to August 31st, is challenging all Sacramentans to keep reading all summer long!
Sign up at saclibrary.com or at any Sacramento library branch and receive a complimentary ticket to a Kings game!**
Log in and
Summer of Fun in District One!
Join Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby, the District One team, and your Natomas neighbors for an array of FREE family events in June, July and August.
We’ll start off the Summer of Fun with the North Natomas Library’s Summer Reading Kickoff Party. This is an
The Big Day of Giving will take place from midnight to midnight on Tuesday, May 5th 2015. For those 24 hours, online donations will be accepted through bigdayofgiving.org with a goal to inspire and unite our community in supporting hundreds of local non-profits #bigdog2015 @givelocalnow
2015 N Factor Winners
The N Factor Awards recognized people who live or work in Natomas and give generously of their time, energy and resources to make it a better place for us all.
Check out the photo album HERE“LIKE” the N Factor on Facebook
Exceptional Natomas YouthDanielle LindoMember of
Bill Maynard, the City of Sacramento Community Garden Program Coordinator, will hold a public workshop at the community garden of Wild Rose Park. The topic will be “Backyard Vegetable Garden Basics”
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 | 6-7:30PMWild Rose Park5200 Kankakee DriveSacramento, CA 95835
Bring a notebook, pen, and a lawn
Tonight, the City of Sacramento is hosting a Community Workshop where folks can get answers to questions as the end of the building moratorium gets closer. There will be information regarding:
Levee ImprovementsFlood ProtectionFlood Insurance ConstructionPlanning PermitsBuilding Permits
We hope that you can join us on Monday March 23rd from 6:30 to 8pm atInderkum High
This Sunday, March 29th, Join Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby, Vice Mayor Warren, your local police officers and the District One Parks Leadership Academy for Youth (PLAY) as we clean up our local police station. This is a fun volunteer opportunity for families, youth, and friends. Youth under 18 years old require a consent form
Below is a list of programs that will be offered by the Boys & Girls Club this year:
1. Career Launch Flyer (Inderkum Summer Jobs Program Flyer For Housing) – This flyer is promoting the Boys & Girls Career Launch program that will take place at Inderkum High School from April 16 – May 14.
The National Women’s Political Caucus of Sacramento welcomes you to “A Conversation with Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby”
Meet and Greet MixerMonday, March 30th | 5:30 – 7:00pmSutter Place Condominiums Community Room1800-1830 K Street, Midtown Sacramento(south side of K between 18th and 19th)
The nomination period for the 2015 N Factor Awards is now closed and we received some great nominations! Each of the people listed below has that “special something” that we believe makes Natomas a wonderful place to live and work. During the event, we will celebrate and recognize all the nominees and announce
We are pleased to open three new parks in District One. Join Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby, the City of Sacramento, and your neighbors for ribbon cutting events from 10am-noon on the following dates:
Saturday, February 14thDogwood ParkMacon Drive & Bankside Way Sacramento, CA 95835
Saturday, February 21st Valley Oak Park2780 Mabry DriveSacramento,
Join M.A.D.D. for a free parent workshop to receive tips and tools for talking with your teens about alcohol.
March, 11 20157pmInderkum High School Theatre2500 New Market Blvd.Sacramento, CA
Contact Eric Fongefong@natomas.k12.ca.us
Inderkum High School PTSA presents the 2nd annual Celebration of the Arts in Honor of Cesar Chavez
Friday, March 27, 2015Doors open at 5pm with vendors and celebration begins at 7pm 2500 New Market Drive, Sacramento CA 95835$10 General Admission
Please join your neighbors and your neighborhood police officers for coffee. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions, voice concerns, and meet your neighborhood police officers.
Friday, February 27th | 6-8pmMaestro Cafe2069 Arena Blvd. Suite #130Sacramento, 95834
Questions/Comments? Please contact Lieutenant Charles Husted email@example.com
The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Natomas is a community event being held on April 18, 2015 at Inderkum High School from 10 am to midnight. Teams of family, friends and co-workers will gather and walk around the track to raise much needed funds to help the American Cancer Society’s
Kaiser Permanente is hosting a free flu immunization event for the community on Tuesday, February 24, from 3-5pm.
This will take place at Point West Medical Offices at 1650 Response Road, Sacramento, 95815.
Kings player Rudy Gay will be appearing, along with Slamson and the Sacramento Kings Dancers.
As you may have heard, Mayor Johnson is calling for more community input into the City’s budget development process. The Mayor and Council’s budget priorities simply cannot reflect the will of our neighborhoods without the community weighing in.
Join Mayor Pro Tem Ashby, Vice Mayor Warren, your local police officers and the District One Parks Leadership Academy for Youth (PLAY) as we clean up our local police station
William J. Kinney Police Facility3550 Marysville Blvd Sacramento CA 95838
Sunday March 29th1pm-4pm
Each Saturday morning, for seven weeks beginning February 21st at 8:00 am, Live Well Natomas is inviting you to walk around the lake and enjoy a time of connecting with a friend while engaging in some healthy exercise. Meet up with the group behind Inderkum High School at the dog park in North
Safe & Sober Grad Night is a night to remember for the graduating seniors. They will have a safe, sober, supervised, and fun place to celebrate their high school graduation with their friends.
Please join us on February 13th, 2015 for an evening of coffee, conversation and a silent dessert auction to raise
Come out and join us as we fundraise money for the H. Allen Hight 5th grade science trip.Bring $5 and an empty tummy for all-you-can-eat pancakes and breakfast beverages.
Saturday, February 28thH. Allen Hight Multipurpose Room3200 North Park DriveSacramento, CA 958358am to 11am
$5 per person
E-Waste collection available
You are invited to hear Mayor Kevin Johnson explain his vision for Sacramento’s strong future in 2015. Very few cities around the country host a public State of the City address. Help us show that we’re Sacramento Strong by filling Memorial Auditorium on a night designed to celebrate, support, and showcase Sacramento!
It’s a new year and a new opportunity to take control of your health and fitness! The Inderkum High Health, Fitness & Beauty Expo is the place to start. Check out health, beauty and fitness experts all under one roof. Do some shopping and participate in the drop-in fitness classes for just a $2 donation.
A chance to help improve and empower the lives of California’s youth.
Please join the California Coalition for Youth for drinks, appetizers and conversation at:Advocacy After Dark:An evening for California’s Runaway & Homeless Youth
Date: Monday, January 12, 2014Time: 5:30pm to 8:00pmLocation: Badlands, 2003 K Street, SacramentoRequested Donation: $25 online/$30 at the doorTo register online,
Please join us on February 7, 2015 for Inderkum High School’s Annual IB Program Gala & Auction. This will be an evening of celebrations featuring live and silent auctions, music, and all-you-can-eat buffet dinner.All proceeds will provide the school with resources to ensure students entering into the IB Program are successful.
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Please check back frequently for updates on Santa’s visits! The schedule is subject to change due to weather, malfunctions of Rudolph’s nose or other winter challenges.
Santa (with a little special help from his pals at the Sacramento Fire Department) is making a special trip to
The Office of Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby and Senator Dr. Richard Pan are sponsoring “Deck the Halls of District One” The contest will run from December 12th through December 28th, 2014 and is open to all District 1 residents Prizes include a $50 gift card to In-N-Out to the top three winners
Did you know that just three ounces of milk can feed a premature baby nine times?
If you are a breastfeeding mother, you can give the gift of life to a needy infant by participating in the 3rd Annual Breastmilk Donation Drive!
Friday, December 12, 201410am – 3pm
Sutter Medical Plaza1625 Stockton BlvdSacramento
Inderkum High School PTSA and IABC are hosting the Annual Holiday Bazaar and Christmas Tree Wonderland. There will be vendors, music, fun Christmas trees for sale and Tamales! Plus much more!! Proceeds benefit Safe and Sober Grad Night and Athletic Booster Club.
Date: December 6th, 2014Time: 9:00am – 4:00pmLocation: Inderkum High School, 2500 New Market
Join us for the 11th Annual Natomas Holiday Tree Lighting
December 105:30-7:00 pmNatomas Community Center2921 Truxel Road
Refreshments & EntertainmentTree Lighting & Mixer
Jason Thompson Turkey Drive
Jason Thompson (JT) of the Sacramento Kings, in partnership with the Center for Fathers and Families, Walmart (Natomas), and The Salvation Army, is hosting a Turkey Drive to benefit families in need during the holidays. During the event, he will collect donated turkeys, take pictures, and sign autographs
Macy’s continues to celebrate the holiday season’s spirit of generosity and goodwill as the retailer embarks on its seventh annual “Believe” campaign benefiting Make-A-Wish.
On Tuesday, November 18 at 9:00am, “Believers” can bring their letters for Santa to Sacramento City Hall where there will be a Macy’s Believe Mailbox. For each letter received, Macy’s
The 4th Annual Veterans Day Parade will take place on Tuesday, November 11, 2014.
This annual parade honors the men and women who have served our country and those who continue to serve. The parade will kick off at one of the most beautiful venues in Sacramento, Capitol Mall.
Please join us as we
Creekside Community Fair is just around the corner! Join us for an afternoon of vendors from the North Natomas Town Center, live music, free food, face painters,balloon twisters, bounce houses, carnival games, pumpkin painting, and more! The North Natomas TMA will have their free bike valet, so feel free to ride your bike to
Are you game for a boot camp challenge?
Come out and join us for the opportunity to get a kick-butt workout for a great cause!
All proceeds go towards Inderkum High School’s Safe and Sober Grad Night
Location: Northborough Park 2300 Club Center Drive, Sacramento, CA 95835
The 12th Annual “Celebrate Natomas Fesitval” is just around the corner!Please join us in supporting the 2014 Celebrate Natomas festival by becoming a sponsor or a vendor. Celebrate Natomas will take place on Saturday, October 11, 2014 and your participation will help ensure that this festival will continue to be an outstanding success!
Join the office of Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby Saturday, August 9th at 6:30pm for a free night of fun at the North Natomas Regional Park.
There will be sweet treats and free kids’ activities – including bounce houses, bounce slides, face painting, and balloon twisting- to help us celebrate the sunset of our
Join us for a Concert in the Park where we’ll be singing and dancing along to a variety of “roof-shakin’ good time music” with the band Nunchuck Taylor!
This family event will include food trucks, free live music, and fun for all ages!
Date: Saturday, July 12Location: North
The Natomas Unified Food Service Department is providing FREE summer meals for all children 18 & under. Meals are served between 11:30 am and 12:00 noon with no paperwork required.
See the flyer below for more information and meal locations
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Come support our local libraries!
The Boys Club of Natomas will be sponsoring a book drive to collect gently used books for the Friends of North Natomas Library.
Find District 1 booth at the Food Truck event in the North Natomas Library parking lot this Thursday, June 19th from 5-8pm to drop