Vice Mayor Jennings hosted a town hall on Wednesday, along with City Manager Howard Chan, Assistant City Manager for Public Safety Arturo Sanchez, our new Chief of Police Daniel Hahn and SacPD Captain Dave Peletta. Thank you to the Vice Mayor and his staff for hosting the event and providing the slides to allow us to share them further.
The Pocket Greenhaven Community continues to be the safest in the City, by far!
Additional Police Observation Devices will be installed shortly, covering every ingress & egress point for our neighborhood, helping to further improve safety.
An engaged community is the most important tool for maintaining public safety. Having the largest number of Nextdoor subscribers for any neighborhood in the city is a great sign!
Download the full presentation.
Take a look at the City’s Homelessness Resource factsheet.
Eight neighborhoods around Sacramento joined together to call for the City to develop performance metrics to help demonstrate how well it is meeting community needs. This program will break down silos to assemble existing city data and make it publicly available, broken out by neighborhood. In doing so, it will increase transparency and provide our city’s excellent staff with additional tools to drive continuous improvement in City services.
Katie Valenzuela Garcia of the Oak Park Neighborhood Association started the charge and our own Board Member, Devin Lavelle presented at the last membership meeting. The membership unanimously voted to sign on to the letter, which has now been delivered to Mayor Darrell Steinberg, bearing our President, Will Cannady’s name.
Will was joined in signing the letter by:
- Katie Valenzuela Garcia, Oak Park Neighborhood Association
- Luree Stetson, Upper Land Park Neighbors
- Sean Wright, Alkali and Mansion Flats Historic Neighborhood Association
- Marni Leger, Southside Park Neighborhood Association
- Angela Tillotson, Midtown Neighborhood Association
- Sean Manwaring, Newton Booth Neighborhoods Association
- Rose Cabral, Colonial Heights Neighborhood Association
Read the letter:
After serving the community for over a year The Pocket/Greenhaven Community Forum will be transitioning into the Pocket/Greenhaven Community Association. The Pocket/Greenhaven Community Forum has served as a venue in which community members could come together to discuss and work on local issues. Some of the group’s accomplishments over the last year consist of:
- A highly successful survey of community interests regarding local restaurants & retails options as well as quality of life issues.
- A series of community crop swaps where neighbors exchanged their extra produce.
- A highly informative 2016 voter forum attended by one hundred community members
Looking forward, the Pocket/Greenhaven Community Association will be co-hosting a local family event with the “Pocket Moms” group on June 10th as well as starting a discussion with the owners of the Promenade Shopping Center regarding the community need for additional retail and restaurants. The main goal of the association will be to continue to serve as a community forum in which neighbors can come together to share their thoughts and feelings on important local issues.
Please feel free to visit the following to keep up todate with the PGCA: