More homes coming to Mill at Broadway development

By Ryan Lillis

December 21, 2016

The Sacramento Bee

The developers behind the growing Mill at Broadway neighborhood south of downtown Sacramento have sought the city’s approval to begin the next phase of the project.

Bardis Homes has applied to construct 55 condominiums on the site in northwest Land Park, just south of Broadway. Of the new homes, 39 will be single-family residences and the rest will be duplexes, according to the application filed Wednesday.

The Mill is among the most significant recent housing developments near Sacramento’s central city.

Read more here:

Lillis, Ryan. “More homes coming to Mill at Broadway development.” Sacbee. Sacramento Bee, 21 Dec. 2016. Web. 04 Jan. 2017.

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Big Day of Giving 2017

Big Day of Giving
Thursday, May 4, 2017

Mark Your Calendars! BIG Day of Giving is coming on May 4th, 2017. We are excited to join the Sacramento Regional Community Foundation for our 4th year of participating in the Big Day of Giving!

Some of the changes in this year’s Big Day of Giving campaign include:

  • the ability to take payments in any format, not just with credit or debit cards.
  • the ability to schedule payments ahead of time, e.g. if you are going to be out of town on May 4th, 2017
  • the minimum donation amount has been lowered to $15.00
  • a new online platform, called CiviCore, has been chosen to replace Kimbia
  • a phone bank has been established
  • a reduced transaction fee of 5.2%, down from 6.4%
  • donors can now sign up for monthly donations
  • Please consider giving to ECOS on May 4th, 2017.

More information about The Big Day of Giving can be found here.

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Let’s Get Terry Moving

Join Us!

Let’s Get Terry Moving

Terry Preston (and loving wife Alice) have helped SO many during their personal and professional pursuits. Now it’s time we return the favor. To describe Terry as an asset to our community is a massive understatement. Terry’s commitment to making Sacramento a better place to live for its residents is second to none. His genuine kindhearted nature helped him excel at his profession and the direct results of his efforts have made our city more livable and safer. Let’s break bread together, salute Terry & family and raise the funds needed to get a van capable of hauling Terry, his family and his wheelchair around!

ECOS has committed to raising $1,000.00 for this cause. Terry has been a long-time advocate for active transportation and has for many years been Chair of ECOS’s Transportation, Air Quality ad Climate Change Committee.

What: Spaghetti Feed

When: Friday, Jan. 6th 5:00-9:00pm

Where: Unitarian Universalist Society, 2425 Sierra Blvd., Sacramento 95825

You can find out more information about Terry at

Tickets start at $25.

Purchase tickets here.


$250 – Bus Pass level
10 tickets to event

$500 – On Ramp level
20 tickets to event

$1,000 – Mobilizer level
50 tickets to event and acknowledgment & signage at event and social media

$1,500 – Organizer level
50 tickets to event and acknowledgment & signage at event and social media

$2,500 – Mover and Shaker level 
50 tickets to event and acknowledgment & signage at event and social media

$5,000 – Big Wheel level
50 tickets to event and acknowledgment & signage at event and social media

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