Focus on Business:
Updates From City Hall
Facebook Live:
The Importance Of Shopping Local
On Thursday, December 17, the City of Citrus Heights hosted a Facebook Live Q&A segment with our Economic Development and Communications Manager, Meghan Huber.

During the Q&A segment, staff discussed the importance of shopping locally this holiday season and how our residents can continue to Love Local during the current Regional Stay At Home Order.

View the full interview at the link above or by visiting the City's COVID-19 Business Resource webpage.

If you have any questions on anything Economic Development related, please email us!
Love Local For The Holidays
We want to help encourage shopping local for the holidays!

We know that State and County public health orders have forced businesses to adapt operations, and that this season looks so different for our entire community.
We want to feature our Love Local businesses on our social channels and website for encouraging holiday shopping, there are a few options!

That means we want to share YOU & YOUR BUSINESS!

Participation is easy, simply:
  • Email us a photo of your business or employees with information about holiday shopping potential (this can be services, or gift cards, too!)

You can email us at if you have questions, and thank you for making Citrus Heights home to your business!
Regional COVID-19 Updates
On Wednesday, December 9, the State of California announced that the Greater Sacramento region has met the ICU availability criteria of 15 percent or less to trigger the State’s Regional Stay at Home Order. Once triggered, these orders will remain in effect for at least three weeks. After that period, they will be lifted when a region’s projected ICU capacity meets or exceeds 15 percent. The State will assess the region’s ICU capacity on a weekly basis after the initial three week period.

The Stay at Home order took effect Thursday, Dec. 10, at 11:59 p.m., Sacramento County Public Health has issued an updated Dec. 9, 2020, Sacramento County Health Order that aligns with the State’s Regional Stay at Home Order.

In an effort to keep our business community informed, we encourage you all to follow Sacramento County, City of Citrus Heights, and the California Governor on Facebook.

For more information, please visit the City's Business Roadmap webpage to view industry guidance and more information on the Stay At Home Order.
Now Open:

Sweet Treats
  • 8215 Auburn Blvd.

Coming Soon:

Green Acres Nursery
  • 6128 San Juan Ave.

Raising Cane's
  • Greenback Ln & Birdcage Dr.

Popeye's Chicken
  • 8030 Greenback Ln.