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What is happening in Elk Grove this week, March 19, 2024


Federal Funding Supports Local Projects
A $460 billion federal spending bill signed into law by President Biden this month includes more than $2.2 million in funding for projects that will make Elk Grove safer, cleaner, and more walkable. 
$715,000 to add two social workers to the Elk Grove Police Department as part of the Domestic Violence Intervention and Prevention Program.$1 million to install upgrades at city facilities to support the transition to electric vehicles as part of the Zero Emissions Vehicle Municipal Infrastructure Project.$500,000 to construct a multi-use path and sidewalk as part of the Bruceville Walkability Improvement Project
We want to express our gratitude to California Senators Butler and Padilla and a big thanks to Congresswoman Doris Matsui for her advocacy and support for all three of our community project funding requests. 

Join the Elk Grove Planning Commission
We’re looking for a dedicated resident to fill a voting member vacancy on the Elk Grove Planning Commission. If you’re passionate about shaping the future of Elk Grove’s rural community, this is your chance!
🗓️ Application Deadline: April 3, 2024 📅 Appointment Consideration: April 10, 2024
We’re seeking applicants with a strong understanding of the rural Elk Grove experience. Your insights will play a crucial role in our community’s development.
To learn more and apply, visit elkgrovecity.org/serve and submit your application before the deadline. Don’t miss this opportunity to make a lasting impact on Elk Grove!  

Extension of the Enhanced Winter Sanctuary
We’re excited to announce that the Enhanced Winter Sanctuary will remain open through the end of April. Careful spending has generated a savings for the program that will help keep the doors open another month. By providing this additional time, we hope to empower more individuals to make a smooth transition to stable and secure living situations.
Your support has been the driving force behind the success of this project and we couldn’t be more grateful for the compassion and generosity of the Elk Grove community. Together, we’re making a positive impact, one person at a time!
This extension will not impact the construction schedule for the new library. To learn more about the library project visit elkgrovecity.org/library.  

Spread Some Springtime Love to Your Trees
As we transition to a new season, let’s show our trees some springtime love. If you’re wondering when you should start watering your tree or what to do if your tree hasn’t sprouted leaves yet, the Sacramento Tree Foundation can help. Check out a few simple tips to ensure your tree grows and thrives. Learn more. 

Join us for the State of the City Address
Let’s celebrate our accomplishments and look ahead to what’s possible for Elk Grove’s future. Mayor Bobbie Singh-Allen will deliver the annual State of the City address on Friday, March 29 at the Elk Grove Chamber of Commerce’s luncheon event at District56. Purchase tickets to attend at elkgroveca.com.
Can’t attend? The speech will be broadcast live on the City’s website at elkgrovecity.org/stateofthecity beginning at 12:30 p.m.  

Cosumnes Parks & Recreation Summer Jobs
Do you know a student who is looking for a flexible summer job that will help advance their future career skills? Tell them about Cosumnes Parks & Recreation! By applying for one of the many seasonal positions, they’ll have the chance to interview and train for a job they’ll be proud to have on their resume. This is an opportunity to make the most of the summer break and gain valuable experience. Learn more and apply at //CosumnesCSD.gov/SummerJobs.  

City Calendar

03/18 Trails Committee Meeting (6 p.m.)
03/19 Diversity & Inclusion Commission Meeting (6 p.m.)
03/20 Disability Advisory Committee Meeting (6 p.m.)
03/21 Elk Grove City Leaders Youth Forum (5:30 p.m.)
03/21 Planning Commission Meeting (6 p.m.)
03/23 Strauss Festival Spring Tea (1 p.m.)
03/24 Running of the Elk (8 a.m.)
03/27 City Council Meeting (6 p.m.)
03/28 Arts Commission Meeting (6:30 p.m.)
03/29 State of the City Luncheon (11:30 a.m.)
03/30 Creative Space Market: Cherry Blossom Festival (10 a.m.)

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