Life Looks Good on Sacramento – Always Wear a Life Jacket in the Water

The Parks Department launched the Life Looks Good on You public awareness campaigns to encourage Sacramentans of all ages to wear a life jacket when they wade, swim or boat in the American and Sacramento Rivers.

Cold water, swift currents and under water hazards make the river dangerous, even for strong swimmers. Before you dive

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Sign-Up for the Sacramento Public Library Summer Reading Program!

Read for fun. Read to win. It’s time for Sacramento Public Library’s Summer Reading challenge. Sign up today and make your reading even more rewarding this summer. Win great prizes for reading and completing activities. Summer Reading is free and open to everyone, whether you’re a kid, teen or an adult. Join us at

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Please Join Us For a Celebratory Party to Thank Elena Quintero, D1 Parks & Youth Liaison, for her Hard Work

Elena Quintero has positively impacted the lives of many youth during her tenure with the District One team. She has played an integral role in creating our award-winning Parks Leadership Academy for Youth program (PLAY) and our Youth Action Corp (YAC) which have together empowered over 1,500 youth to make a difference in their community

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2 Week Kick-Off Celebrations at City Pools – Free Admission

Aquatics will be hosting summer kick-off celebrations during recreational swim at each of the city pools over the next two weeks. Admission will be FREE for children and adults during one family night/day celebration; the dates and times are listed below.

Free Aquatics Summer Kick Off Days!

Monday, June 19 – 3-7 pm –

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District One Newsletter: mid-June 2017 Newsletter

mid-June 2017 Newsletter

Creative Economy Pilot Project

The Creative Economy Pilot Project is an initiative by the City of Sacramento to increase economic activity and improve public spaces through art, food, and tech projects.

The City is offering microgrants of up to $5,000 and grants of up to $25,000 to support projects such as pop-up events, art installations, and street performances

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Late Spring Rain Followed by Warm Weather Increases Mosquito Activity

A message from the Sacramento – Yolo Mosquito & Vector Control:

Late spring rain leaves behind stagnant water that creates the ideal mosquito breeding conditions and the Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito and Vector Control District reminds the public to “drain after the rain” to prevent mosquitoes! Warmer temperatures expected for the weekend and continuing into next

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Movies in the Park: Natomas at Nite 2017

Join us for Movies in the Park! We’ll be showing Moana, The Secret Life of Pets, Finding Dory and Cars 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

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District One Newsletter: June 2017 Newsletter

June 2017 Newsletter

District One Newsletter: mid-May 2017 Newsletter

mid-May 2017 Newsletter