Power Inn Projects
New Mural Celebrates Southeast Sacramento
Last Sunday, more than 160 community members and leaders came together to create new artwork, organized by the Folsom Boulevard Beautification Collaboration, that honors the people and their contributions to the Southeast Sacramento area. The location of the mural is 8581 Kiefer Road location, where you can continue to watch the artists transform and complete the project until the end of May.
 
This new mural depicts the Nisenan Indigenous Tribes, the Japanese farmers who made this area the strawberry capital of the world before WWII, the American River, and Sacramento State's academia and athletes who shape the future. The artists are John Osgood, Jolene Russell, Sharon Norton, and GuoXiang.

Thank you to all the community members that showed up for our Community Mural Paint Day event! A very special shout out to the Folsom Blvd Revitalization Coalition, Sacramento State, Power Inn Alliance and Brothers Pluming for making this mural possible,” states Mayor Pro Tem Eric Guerra. “This project is a testament to the positive change that can happen when an energetic group of individuals ignite their community. Their efforts will provide lasting benefits for all. 

The Folsom Blvd Beautification Collaboration is a partnership among the abovementioned groups, plus Community Murals Sacramento, and the College Glen Neighborhood Association.

Many thanks to Tim and Max Johnston from Brother's Plumbing for cooking up BBQ and also to Raley's for providing lunch!
 
Visit Community Murals Sacramento to learn more about new murals citywide.
Power Inn Alliance Board Meeting
and Annual Meeting of the Members

Tuesday, May 24th 1:30 p.m.
The meeting will be hosted in person and virtually.
Alliance office: 7801 Folsom Blvd, Suite 102 (across from Home Depot)
Buzz Oates Property Managers Become
Business Watch
Experts
In late April, Sacramento Police and Power Inn Alliance staff met with Buzz Oates property managers for a special Business Watch training at their downtown office.

The group covered Business Watch and reporting principles covered in the Alliance Crime Prevention Guide: What to Know, Who To Call - along with tips to deter crime on Buzz Oates properties that span five Northern California regions.

Lt. Sabrina Briggs and Sgt. Tom Shrum gave Police Department updates, answered questions, and addressed property issues. Community engagement with law enforcement is important to understand recent policy changes and when and how to contact the proper agencies

"The class was very informative and the handout for Crime Reporting Guidelines was full of great information and contact numbers. We appreciate the Power Inn Alliance dedication to the area and for serving our staff and our tenants so well," said Lorri Shulte, Vice President of Buzz Oates Management Services.

We can't stop crime, but we can be prepared in case something happens.
For more information on Business Watch classes, contact Info@PowerInn.org
Alarm Response Program Helps
Avoid False Alarm Fees
Power Inn has a new partnership with OpCon, Inc. for the Alliance safety program: SPAR - Security Patrol Alarm Response.

OpCon will respond to activated property alarms day or night for Power Inn District property and business owners registered with the Alliance SPAR program. The goal is to prevent businesses from false alarm fees, and support Police patrol by responding to false alarms.

The responding security officer will check perimeters, doors and windows (if accessible) and report suspicious activities to Sacramento Police.

For more information, contact Dawn@PowerInn.org or visit SPAR.
Power Inn Alliance thanks our Business Partners
who make this a better community
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