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Country Club Plaza Update
Country Club Plaza is now under new ownership and E.D.M. Realty Corporation sent a letter explaining their preliminary thoughts about how to revive this community icon back to prominence. The company is no stranger to the Sacramento area having successfully revived Birdcage Walk in Citrus Heights. Please read the letter discussing plans and investment.
U.S Senior Open Championship Update
June 22-28 Del Paso County Club will host the 2015 U.S. Senior Open Championship featuring 156 of golf’s elite professionals and amateurs . More than 150,000 spectators are expected to attend. For residents interested in how this will affect street closures, please read the
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) provided at the community meeting held recently at the country club.
Parking Restrictions during U.S. Open Senior Championship: The Department of Transportation will be sending residents in the vincinity of Del Paso Country Club parking restrictions information that will be in effect June 22-28. No parking will be allowed on certain streets and other streets may be subject to the requirement if necessary. While free parking for tournment attendees is being provided at Cal Expo with free shuttle busses to the golf course, tournment organizers anticipate a number of attendees will attempt to park on residential streets near the course. The planned restrictions are intended to make sure residential streets are not impacted by overflow parking, emergency vehicle access is not impeded and ensuring minimal inconvenience for residents. See notices: Parking Restriction Red Zone; Potential Parking Restriction Blue Zone.
Future Community Meetings
The next Fair Oaks Morning Community Coffee Meeting will be on Wednesday, May 20, 7:30 am at the Fair Oaks Water District's conference room, 10326 Fair Oaks Boulevard (near Winding Way). The guest speaker will be FBI Special Agent In Charge Monica Miller.
The next Arden Arcade Evening Community Meeting will be Tuesday, June 9, 6 pm at the Conzelmann Community Center located in Howe Park, 2201 Cottage Way. The guest speaker will be Sheriff Captain Mike Gonzalez who is the commander for the North Division that patrols the entire unincorporated area north of the American River. 2015 Arden Arcade Calendar.
Fair Oaks Concerts in the Park
The annual free Thursday night concert series in Fair Oaks Village kicks off on June 4. The popular program is held in Village Park and will continue through the summer with each show beginning at 7 pm. For a complete listing of the bands, please visit the Fair Oaks Chamber's website.
Musical Fun in Carmichael
Enjoy music under the stars by attending free summer night concerts at Carmichael Park during June continuing into August. The concerts are held on Sunday evenings and a selected number of Saturday nights all starting at 6:30 p.m. A list of all the summer bands can be obtained by going online to www.carmichaelpark.com.