Over the past 8 years, we have worked on enhancing the policies and programs that support our young people and will help create a dynamic and locally-grown workforce in Sacramento.  This is the key to our long-term economic success.  Our office is excited that, in 2017, the City adopted a Citywide Youth Development Campaign Plan for all programs the City offers or funds; reorganized our Parks Department into a Department of Youth, Parks and Community Enrichment; and are devoting additional resources to youth programming in the City.

We continue our commitment to youth through District Youth Advisory Councils, support of programs and facilities that provide safe spaces for young people, and incorporating youth voice in our city decisions.


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Healthy Communities: Economic Development & Housing

The City has done an excellent job of catalyzing economic development in the Downtown Core. It is now important to turn our neighborhoods, economic corridors, and small businesses.  In District 5, examples of corridor revitalization include Stockton Blvd., Franklin Blvd., Broadway, Freeport Boulevards, and the shopping centers on South Land Park and 35th Ave and South Land Park and Florin. 

In addition, we are working to ensure that we have a trained workforce, diverse industries to support many different skills, a reliable and well-maintained transportation network, and affordable housing so that all residents have a good quality of life.