Archive | December 2011

FOUND DOG: Older American Eskimo Dog found on 12/24/11 in Curtis Park

Found on 12/24/11 in Curtis Park. An older American Eskimo dog. sweet, gentle, green collar.

This dog is now at the Sacramento City Shelter on Front Street.

 

Saturday work scheduled at the Curtis Park Village site, Dec. 10, 2011

Attention Curtis Park residents:

A small crew will be working Saturday, Dec. 10, at the Curtis Park Village site.  Work will not begin before 7am and will likely shut down by 3:30pm.  DTSC does not have to provide oversight because all work that will be conducted Saturday will be clean soil work.  This will include finishing off mining of Road C (clean soil) and working in the North portion of the site mining Roads H, I, and J (clean soil).   The work will take place primarily on the far western side of the site and will comply with City construction ordinances relating to allowed construction times.

 

For more information, please contact phil@petrovichdevelopment.com.

Neighborhood Watch training opportunity, Dec. 1, at W.J. Kinney Police Facility

While SCNA does not currently have an active Neighborhood Watch committee, we invite and encourage interested neighbors to attend this training session.  We would love to get the Neighborhood Watch committee started again with a strong and committed group so please contact ncc@sierra2.org if you are interested in leading the charge or getting involved!

The opportunity for training is available at the W. J. Kinney Police Facility:

Where:                  W. J. Kinney Police Facility
                              3550 Marysville Blvd/Intersection of Marysville Blvd. & South Avenue

When:                    Thursday, December 1, 2011

Time:                     6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Trainer:                  Former SPD CSO Holly Kinney

 

During this training session you will be provided with information on how to organize a Neighborhood Watch group and become familiar with the roles/responsibilities of the Captain and Co-Captain.  You will also be given information on how to become effective as a group in your community.

 

Flyer to Train as NW Group – NEW