Big Bear Bald Eagle Cameras
UCCE Master Gardeners of Sacramento County
Sacramento Jewish Film Festival
Nurture Childcare App
California State Archives Tour
Almond Blossom Festival
Sac State Black Honors College application
Greater Sacramento Urban League's Cut To The Chase
The Well of Stockton
"Fire Country" Advance Screening
Track your ballot – Sacramento County
IRS Direct File
Vacaville Restaurant Week
American Red Cross Fire Alarms
Dignity Health Medical Safe Haven Program
Community Against Sexual Harm (CASH)
California State Park's pass
Sacramento Republic FC open tryouts
Helping Hands OV
Sac State MLK Center resources
Mountain Safety Guide
Steampunk Cigar Adventure
Bradshaw Animal Shelter adoptable dogs
Tolenas Winery wine tasting class
Adopt A Grandparent
Sacramento Children's Museum
Dry January: Rethinking Drinking
Sacramento Go Educate
Yolo Crisis Nursery
Joey's Food Locker
Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)
Red Cross Blood Donation Drives
California Emergency Alerts
Meals on Wheels Sacramento
Do I Have Diabetes?
California's Unemployment Crash
Hawai'i Tourism Authority
Stockton Sandbag Locations
Sandbags will be available at the following locations on Nov. 11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Stockton Soccer Complex at 10055 N. State Route 99, W. Frontage Rd, Stockton, CA 95212
- Weber Point Events Center at 221 N. Center St (Center St. @ Miner Ave) Stockton, CA 95201
- Van Buskirk Park at 1740 Houston Ave, Stockton, CA 95206
People must bring their own shovel and will need to show identification with a city of Stockton address.
Sacramento County Sandbag Locations
- Branch Center at 3847 Branch Center Rd.
- Orangevale Community Center at 6826 Hazel Ave.
- Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Station #116 7995 Elwyn Ave.
Sand and bags will be supplied but people must bring a shovel. There is a 20-bag limit per visit.
Halloween Events in the Sacramento Area
Smart Traveler Enrollment Program
Pride Industries Job Fair
• Date: Wednesday, October 18, 2023
• Time: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
• Location: The Officer's Club in McClellan Park, 3410 Westover St., McClellan
• Event Website: https://www.prideindustries.com/disability-job-fair
Sacramento County Mental Health Resources
Gov. Newsom's Office: Fast facts on California's gun safety
Consumer Product Safety Commission
Submit a Caltrans damage claim
Covid Tests Expiration Dates
California Dept. of Public Health's facts about Fentanyl
FAQs about Indian tribes and tribal communities in California
Storm Assistance for Immigrants
Helping Maui wildfire victims
Click here for information on how you can help victims via Red Cross.
Solano County centenarians
If you know of a centenarian, email Centenarian@SolanoCounty.com and/or call (707) 784-3004 by or before September 4, 2023. Please relay the following information over the phone or in an email to the Supervisor, including (1) name, (2) address, (3) phone number, (4) and best contact email address.
National Night Out
Lake Tahoe Litter Crisis
Sierra Wildlife Rescue
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Call: 1-800-799-7233, or text "start" to 88788
Cooling centers list
Davis Piano Locations
SPD Military Equipment Use Policy Discussion
Three dates to choose from. Details here.
Apple My Photo Stream: How to save your photos
Prop 47 FAQ
SB-94: Recall and resentencing: special circumstances
California's Threatened and Endangered Species
To see the list of threatened and endangered plants and wildlife, click here.
How to help someone who is drowning
Reporting illegal fireworks
Residents should report illegal fireworks sales and usage at the following phone numbers/emails:
- Unincorporated County: 916-874-5115 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sacramento: 916-808-FIRE
- Folsom: 916-355-7231
- Elk Grove: email@example.com
- Rancho Cordova: 916-362-5115
- Citrus Heights: 916-727-5500
- Galt: 209-366-7000
OFFICIALS ASK THAT PEOPLE INCLUDE THE EXACT ADDRESS IF POSSIBLE.
Air Quality in the Sacramento region
Placer County Fair
Greg Najee Grimes Life Savers Party (June 24, 2023)
North Natomas Community Center
2601 New Market Drive, Sacramento
Free to all
Placer County EV Readiness Community Surveys
Davis water quality report
Sacramento Pride Events
How does Sacramento rank in terms of safety?
Fix50 Roadwork: Detours and maps of Sacramento freeway roadwork
READ: Full 2nd Indictment Against Trump Revealed
San Joaquin Valley Clean Air Program
United Ways of California Real Cost Measure interactive data
How you can help migrants in the community
Resources for migrants in the Sacramento area
Sacramento Libraries providing meals for kids 18 and under this summer
Hurricane Names In 2023
Defensible Space FAQs
Elk Grove street names
Ski Resorts open on Memorial Day
Palisades Tahoe has 81% of trails open, and Mammoth has 49% open. Details
Your Own Backyard Podcast
Call Kurtis: Know your rights and protections when it comes to medical bills and collections
AB 816: Bill Allowing Youth Over the Age of 16 to be Treated for Opioid Addiction Without Prior Parental Consent
Sacramento County Fair
Preventing Mail Theft
The USPS offers these tips for preventing the theft of mail and packages.
Sacramento Region Flow Monitoring
We know that river levels are running high and fast on the American River, but what about the other area waterways? See the levels, here.
Target Candle Recall
Checking E.Coli levels in the American River
Sacramento County Regional Parks periodically test E.coli levels on the American River. Get that information here.
Sac RT Free Rides
Get free rides to the AAPI Night Market on Friday.
Spray Parks in Sacramento
City of Sacramento spray parks are open 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Read more
State park campgrounds in the Sierra delay opening due to historic snowpack
Release 5/3/23 Souce: California State Parks
- Donner Memorial State Park: Still under snow coverage, with ponding after snowmelt. Originally, scheduled to open on June 8. Note that opening of the back loop (Split Rock) may be delayed.
- Emerald Bay State Park: Eagle Point Campground still has significant snowdrifts and a large melt pond in the roadway. Originally scheduled to open on June 8, now on reservations starting Friday, June 16.
- Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park: Currently there is 3-6' of snow in the campground and many areas are inaccessible for staff, including facilities and water valves. Originally scheduled to open for Memorial Day weekend, now scheduled to open for reservations on Thursday, June 15.
- Grover Hot Springs State Park: Sparse snowdrifts, some ponding of standing water, and repairs to the water system being made. Campground will be on reservations starting Friday, June 2.
- Plumas-Eureka State Park: This campground has the most snow of any of the Sierra campgrounds, there is still unassessed damage under snow. Originally scheduled to open on Memorial Day weekend, now scheduled to open Friday, June 16.
- Tahoe State Recreation Area: Still under several feet of snow with water system repairs scheduled. Originally opening on Memorial Day weekend, now scheduled to open Friday, June 16.
Read more: https://www.parks.ca.gov/NewsRelease/1170
Story: Severe storms have devastating impact on Central California crops
Stanford Medicine Children's Health: First Aid/Emergency Quiz
Test your knowledge of first aid by taking this quiz.
Lead Testing Results
California statewide childcare testing results as of April 23, 2023
Report: 1 in 4 California child care centers found to have alarming levels of lead in drinking water, putting babies and children at risk
Kings playoff info
One Day Divorce Court
Kings Outdoor Playoff Watch Zone
Click here to RSVP for the event.
Sacramento Kings playoff events
Check out some of the free events you can participate in.
Tickets to the Kings Playoff Playground
Is it "almond" or "amand"?
Take the survey: bit.ly/3JAyuF4
Help Restore The Bay Lights
Hotel discounts for PG&E customers experiencing extended outages
Storm safety tips from PG&E
Kids in Crisis: Youth mental health resources
River City Food Bank
Elk Grove Community Garden
Answers Desk: Why Do Some Dogs Howl?
Placer County Film Office
Add your property to the Placer County location library and it may possibly be used to attract the next big film production to the region.
Placer County's "Yours In Education" Series
Help cleaning up from flooding in San Joaquin County
According to the San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services: "Until January 27, several relief agencies are staffing a free hotline 844-965-1386 for the public to request help cleaning up from the recent flooding. This will connect survivors with reputable & vetted voluntary relief groups to assist in debris cleanup and mucking out."
Reporting a civil rights violation or hate crime (State of California Civil Rights Dept.)
California Flooding Home Cleanup Hotline
Call 844-965-1386 for assistance with flood damage
FEMA's toll-free Disaster application hotline
FEMA's Flood Map Website
BofA summer paid internship
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Hotline
SAMHSA's National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders. Click here for more: https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline
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