The City of Sacramento is, by far, the largest city in the 6th Senate District and is the oldest incorporated city in California. Find out more about Sacramento's city government here.
Many state programs are administered through counties. Find out more about the programs and services the County of Sacramento offers here.
Sacramento Superior Court is the home to our local courts that deal with family, traffic, and small claims issues. Find out more here.
Sacramento's police, sheriffs, and firefighters work hard to protect our community. Find out more about the Sacramento Sheriffs Departmenthere. Find out more about the Sacramento Police Department here. To learn more about the Sacramento Fire Department, click here.
Recent reports say that Sacramento's flood risk is the greatest of any major city in the country. To find out more, visit the Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency (SAFCA) website here.
Seeking stronger ties to your community? Check out your Neighborhood Association. From Natomas to Fruitridge, there's an association for you. Click here for details.
Beehive Sacramento is an excellent source of information for a range of services provided by non-profits and government agencies. Click here to check out the over 2,300 community programs highlighted by Beehive.
For over 20 years, Sacramento Loaves & Fishes has provided "service in a spirit of love, hospitality and generosity" to Sacramento's homeless. If you need help or just want to volunteer, click here.
The White House
United States House of Representatives
United States Senate
California Health Care Foundation
Health Care for the Homeless
CARES Clinic: Center for Aids Research, Education & Services
Bee Hive (Find a health care clinic)
Sacramento Native American Health Services
California Housing Partnership Corporation
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency
Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Center
Rancho Cordova Housing Services
Citrus Heights Fair Housing Handbook
Citrus Heights Foreclosure Resources
Housing Now (Housing Assistance Programs)
Rental Housing Association
Senior Citizen Resources:
Sacramento Community Family Resources
Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society (SSVMS)
California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform
Senior Service America
Senior Citizen Resources
National Council on Aging
California Action Plan for Reintegration
Mental Health Resources:
Mental Health Association of California
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Bi-Valley Medical Clinic (addiction treatment services)
Network of Care for Behavioral Health, Sacramento
Department of Health & Human Services, Mental Health Services
Pediatric Developmental Behavioral Health in Rancho Cordova
State of California EPA
City of Sacramento, Office of Emergency Services (10-steps to disaster preparedness)
California Offices of Emergency Preparedness
Department of Health & Human Services Emergency Preparedness Guides
American Red Cross
LOCAL SCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITIES
Sacramento is home to one of the state's 23 California State University campuses. California State University, Sacramento is located along the American River and boasts an enrollment of about 28,000 students. Find out more here.
The Los Rios Community College Districtis made up of four community colleges in the greater Sacramento region: American River College, Cosumnes River College, Folsom Lake College and Sacramento City College. To learn more about class schedules visit the District website here.
The Sacramento region is home to public and private schools that represent the diversity of our communities. Click on a district below that serves your community.
The Sacramento Regional Transit system operates buses and light rail lines that cover over 400 square miles in the Sacramento region. To find out more about public transit fares and schedules click here.
Amtrak offers a regular service between Sacramento and the Bay Area called the Capitol Corridor. To see fares and schedules click here.