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Electronic plan check will reduce costs for commercial customers and allow for more efficient delivery of service Today the City of Sacramento unveiled ePlan Check – the latest improvement as part of Sacramento Streamline, a comprehensive program to eliminate barriers for development. ePlan Check enables commercial customers to submit building plans electronically, thereby reducing the need to reproduce several sets of hard copy plans. In addition, ePlan Check saves time during the approval and permitting process for development projects. “It has been our goal to provide a service to our customers that will eliminate the need to print costly and environmentally unfriendly building plans,
The City of Sacramento invites residents and those who work in the City to complete a web-based survey to provide community input on living and working here. The survey results will be used as part of the city's 2030 General Plan annual report and help capture the community's perspective on livability and quality of life in Sacramento. To complete the survey, follow this link. The survey will be available through Monday, February 13. “Every year, we invite the community to tell us how they feel about living and doing business in our city,” says Tom Pace, long range planning manager. “Hearing from the public helps us ensure we are on the right track as we carry out the vision of the city’
As the City begins to build its proposed budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2011‐2012, the City of Sacramento is seeking community input on budget priorities and cost cutting strategies. An online “Budget Input Survey” has been posted and will be open through April 23. The City is also hosting a community Budget Open House at City Hall on Saturday, April 9. Attendees are invited to stop by anytime between 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to learn about the City’s budget and provide input on budget priorities and solutions. Results from the survey will be presented to the City Council in early May as part of the proposed budget process. Like many cities throughout the nation, Sacramento is suffering from