Stockton Blvd Plan Events Oct 23 and 28

The Stockton Blvd Plan is a partnership between the City of Sacramento, community members, and organizations to transform Stockton Blvd into a thriving corridor that expands opportunities for, and supports the cultures of, existing residents and small businesses while accommodating growth and centering racial equity.


October 23

A community celebration with food and fun will be held on October 23. Attendees will have a chance to see what other community members said about the strategies that were gathered from the previous events and recent surveys (visit the Stockton Blvd Events page for more information). Other resources will be available to visitors.

Click here to register.



October 28

Harvest Festival
Join us for food, raffle prizes, and a discussion about the future of Stockton Blvd. Along with English, we will also have materials and staff available for Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese), Spanish, Hmong, and Vietnamese speakers.
Date: Thursday, October 28th
Time: 5:30-7pm
Location: Fruitridge Community Collaborative, 4625 44th St, Sacramento


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ECOS Field Trips!

Field Trip to Habitat Restoration Project at Ancil Hoffman – October 16

Please join ECOS on the first of a series of field trips to natural areas in the Sacramento Area. We will be viewing the newly created salmon and steelhead spawning and rearing beds along the American River in Ancil Hoffman Park. This habitat restoration project was initiated through efforts by the Water Forum and others.

When: Saturday, October 16 at 1 PM
Where: the Effie Yeaw Nature Center, 2850 San Lorenzo Way, Carmichael (and located inside Ancil Hoffman Park)

This tour, led by Center naturalists, has room for up to 15 more people (first come, first served). Call the Effie Yeaw Nature Center at 916-489-4918 to add your name and reserve your spot! Tell them you are with ECOS!

You will be walking on sand and gravel trails to the river so wear protective shoes or boots for this purpose and …. also, please bring and wear a mask — we are protecting each other as well as nature. Thank you!

This is the first of what we hope to be regularly scheduled field trips that will honor our open and natural habitat spaces around the Sacramento Region and celebrate much of the hard work of ECOS’ Habitat 2020 Committee. This trip, and the ones to follow, are for the purpose of educating ourselves and furthering our work in preserving and protecting these special places for wildlife protection and biodiversity.

For more information: https://www.waterforum.org/ah/

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