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Hey Elk Grove Let’s Recycle More
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Hey Elk Grove Let’s Recycle More

Tuesday, November 15 marks America Recycles Day. America is recycling more than ever before, but we can still do better. The current recycling rate is 34%. For America Recycles Day, take the pledge to learn what materials are collected for recycling in Elk Grove, reduce your waste and recycle more, […]

Is the Outlet Mall’s Future in Jeopardy?
Community & Events

Is the Outlet Mall’s Future in Jeopardy?

With the clock ticking, Stand Up California and an unknown funding source, are paying professional signature gatherers to repeal the action take by the Elk Grove City Council on October 26th to amend the Town Center Development Agreement. The action essentially removed any encumbrances on the land and freed it up to […]

Cafe Feature: Rescate Coffee
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Cafe Feature: Rescate Coffee

Locally owned and operated, Rescate Coffee is the only coffee roaster in Elk Grove. They hand-craft some of the best espresso drinks around. They can make you just about any specialty coffee drink on the market and have an amazing Horchata Latte. Their name, Rescate, means Rescue in Spanish and […]

Turkeys Needed
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Turkeys Needed

By: Judy Sala, Nonprofit & Service Club News Writer “Fill the Need, Feed the Hope” is the apt motto of the Elk Grove Food Bank. For more than 42 years, they’ve been living up to this promise by providing food, clothes and support services to men, women and children in […]

Percent of Arts Program Approved
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Percent of Arts Program Approved

Tonight the Elk Grove City Council approved a Percent for the Arts Program. A percentage (2%) of public project costs will be dedicated to installing public art. This new program will apply to the Animal Shelter, Civic Center, Old Town Plaza, and City constructed parks into the future. The public […]