Susan Peters - District 3

700 H Street, Suite 2450
Sacramento, CA 95814
susanpeters@saccounty.net  
(916) 874-5471; FAX (916) 874-7593
Chief of Staff, Howard Schmidt
Special Assistant, Vanessa McCarthy-Olmstead
                              Assistant, Terri Conde-Ortiz
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Dear Third District Residents,

I am honored to have served as your representative on the Board of Supervisors since 2005.

I hope you will not hesitate to share your views or concerns with me via email,  and please consider signing up for E-mail Updates to receive the latest news about the services and programs provided by Sacramento County. If you need information about services or would like to report a neighborhood nuisance issue, call 311 (or 875-4311) or report on line.

Thanks,

SUSAN PETERS

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Newsletters

We send a monthly electronic newsletter to keep you updated about events and services in the Third District.  Current and past editions are available here. 

Get Emergency Notifications

With the winter months approaching and the potential for flooding , there is no better time to prepare for a disaster by registering to receive notifications from the Sacramento County Office of Emergency Services.  Go to www.Sacramento-Alert.org  and register now before a disaster hits so public safety officials can contact you via telephone call, text or email in the event of a disaster.

Check Before You Burn

Now through February 28, 2017, wood burning is restricted in the unincorporated area as well as in the cities of Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Folsom, Galt, Isleton, Rancho Cordova and Sacramento in accordance with air quality regulations.  The restrictions are applicable to fireplaces, wood stoves, fire pits or chimneys.  Implementation of these restrictions has helped reduce pollution and allowed our area to stay in compliance with federal air quality standards.  Before you burn, please check the daily status by calling 1-877-No Burn-5 or visit the Spare the Air website.

Sheriff’s Toy Project

The Sheriff’s Toy Project has been serving our community since 1984 providing gifts as well as food boxes to less fortunate families.  Donations are welcome.  Referrals for recipient families come through the Sheriff’s service centers, deputies, detectives, probation officers, social service agencies, schools and other local non-profit organizations.  For more information, please visit www.toyproject.org

Call 2-1-1 to Access Social Services

2-1-1 is the number to call if you are looking for help.  It can connect residents to any number of social service programs that can help individuals in need plus all calls are confidential and available in more than 150 languages.  For more information, you can visit the 211 webpage.

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