District office

4855 Hamilton St.

Sacramento, CA  95841    916-482-8377

The Arcade Creek Recreation and Park District Board of Directors will have three seats up for election on November 6, 2018. 
                Two seats are for four-year terms serving from

                 December 2018 to November 30, 2022.

                One seat is for two-year term serving from December

                2018 to November 30, 2020.

Eligibility to run for office includes meeting the following criteria;

  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Must be a registered voter and resident within the District Boundaries of the Arcade Creek Recreation and Park District
  • Cannot be a convicted Felon


Filing to run for office may be done from Monday July 16, 2018 until Friday August 10, 2018 at the;

                Sacramento County Voter Registration and Elections

                Office
                7000 65th Street, Suite A
                Sacramento, CA 95823

Potential candidates must appear in person to file to run for office.

There is no cost to file to run.  However, if you wish to have a 250-word statement placed on the ballot the Elections Office will charge a fee for this service.Type your paragraph here.

We are happy to announce that construction on the Jo Smith Nature Trail Pedestrian Bridge will begin on Monday July 9, 2018 with construction expected to be completed by September 10, 2018. During this time you may continue to access the trail up to the construction zone but please do not enter the construction zone.


UPDATE 7/9/18

ACRPD was notified over the weekend that the expected start of construction for the Jo Smith Pedestrian Bridge Project has been delayed by our contractor Dunton Construction, because they have not yet been released from the job they are on. They project to be on site within 3-5 days to begin work on the project.

Please watch our website and Facebook page for update photos
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Additionally the college is ceasing foot traffic access to the service road on the campus side of the creek during construction. Please report anyone you see in the construction area to the Sacramento County Sheriff or the Los Rios Police immediately.


Within the next month we hope to have the Sheriff’s work crew on the trail doing clean up and weed abatement. 


The District plans to do some trail work in the fall. If anyone is interested in volunteering for this endeavor please contact Steve Fraher, Administrator at the District Office at (916) 482-8377 or by email at sfraher@acrpd.com to sign up for this effort.


Thanks to the Sacramento Area Sewer District, American River College and Sacramento County for their cooperation to get this project going.

BIG NEWS

 

Bridge Construction Starting!

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