What’s happening in Elk Grove this week, May 30, 2023

Honor Military Members with a Street Named in their Honor
May is Military Appreciation Month. Not only do we pause to remember the sacrifice and service of those who gave all, but the month also holds other anniversaries and events including Military Spouse Appreciation Day and Armed Forces Day. Elk Grove is home to more than 9,000 military veterans. The Veteran and Public Safety Street Naming Program accepts nominations year-round to honor exemplary service members for future street name use. By naming a city street in their honor, we hope to promote public awareness of the individual and show our appreciation for their outstanding contributions. Learn more. 

Survey: Protecting Your Digital Privacy
The City is taking steps to implement the Connected Elk Grove Smart City Plan. This plan was adopted by the City Council in January 2022 to make local government more efficient, responsive, and transparent.
Data collected from the public can be useful, but maintaining one’s personal privacy is a priority. The City is asking for your input on the development of data privacy principles that ensure that sensitive information about Elk Grove residents is protected and used only for specific purposes. The survey will close Monday, June 5Take the survey.

Proud to Celebrate Pride Month
We’re celebrating Elk Grove’s LGBTQIA+ community and people of all orientations, gender identities and allies. City Hall will fly the Progress Pride Flag during the month of June to show the City of Elk Grove’s continuing commitment to being a City welcome to all. Join us for a special flag raising ceremony on Wednesday, June 1 at 9 a.m. in front of City Hall (8401 Laguna Palms Way).
Keep the celebration going and march with us at Sacramento Pride on Saturday, June 11. 

Clinic Supports Healthy Pets
Animal Services will be hosting a Pet Wellness Clinic in partnership with the Elk Grove Food Bank (9888 Kent Street) this Friday, June 2 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. This five-hour event will serve the pets of unhoused individuals and seniors age 65 and older. Animal Services will have a veterinarian on site at the Food Bank and provide free microchips, vaccines, wellness exams, pet food, and pet care kits to eligible residents. 

Looking for Student Leaders
Do you know a local high school student looking for a fun opportunity to work with their peers and make a difference for Elk Grove’s youth? We’re looking for four dynamic local teens to join the Elk Grove Youth Commission.
The Youth Commission is an advisory body to the Elk Grove City Council representing the needs and perspectives of the city’s youth. Each month the Commission meets to discuss current news, programs, existing policies, and plans activities and events for the community. The Commission regularly reports back to the City Council with information and recommendations. Applications for the Commission are being accepted through Wednesday, July 19Learn more.
For questions contact Femi Omotesho at fomotesho@elkgrovecity.org. 

Call for Artists
The Elk Grove Arts Commission is seeking an artist or team of artists to paint a mural on the Bond Road Bridge near Elk Grove-Florin Road and Trout Way. This is a commissioned public art project open to any Sacramento County artist. Proposals must be submitted by Friday, July 28.

City Calendar

05/29 City Hall Closed: Memorial Day
05/29 Memorial Day Ceremony (10 a.m.)
05/29 Memorial Day Program at East Lawn Cemetery (10 a.m.)
06/01 Pride Flag Raising Ceremony (9 a.m.)
06/01 NeighborGood Market (5 p.m.)
06/02 Fridays in the Grove Movie: The Goonies (7 p.m.)
06/03 First Saturday Art Reception (4 p.m.)
06/04 Old Town Elk Grove Farmers Market (9 a.m.)
06/04 Tire Collection Event June 4-7
06/07 Food Truck Mania (5 p.m.)
06/08 NeighborGood Market (5 p.m.)
06/10 Americana Vintage Market (10 a.m.)

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