Rancho Cordova & Elk Grove Plan to Launch One-Day Permit Program dubbed Permit Simplicity

Sacramento – The cities of Rancho Cordova and Elk Grove will be the first agencies in California to launch a pilot program designed to streamline permitting process for tenant improvement projects to one day.  The program is based upon a successful working model from the City of Phoenix. Working with Region Builders, an association whose […]

Alan Rowe College Prep Prepares For Grand Opening

ELK GROVE – With the start of school just days away, teachers and staff of a local charter school system took the opportunity to do some last-minute homework. Key educators and support staffers from throughout the Fortune Charter School System all gathered at its Sacramento headquarters last week for a summer symposium focused on professional […]

Elk Grove Students Launch New #UnfollowBullying Campaign

ELK GROVE – Elk Grove Unified School District’s 7-12 grade students are taking a stand. Starting November 5, 2012, high school and middle school students throughout the district are stepping up as a school community to inspire others to challenge and delete cyberbullying through a new campaign — #UnfollowBullying. #UnfollowBullying is student-created, student-led. The campaign commences […]

Elk Grove Mayor Jim Cooper to Deliver State of the City Address on March 30

ELK GROVE – Elk Grove Mayor Jim Cooper will deliver the 2012 State of the City address on March 30 at a luncheon hosted by the Elk Grove Chamber of Commerce. In the annual address to the public, Mayor Cooper will review last year’s accomplishments and discuss upcoming milestones in 2012. The City of Elk […]