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
                              Scheduling Secretary, 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. 

2016 Community Meetings

I look forward to meeting you at any of these community meetings held throughout our district:

Free Concerts in the Park in Fair Oaks

The annual free Thursday night summer concert series in Fair Oaks Village kicks off on June 9 with performances beginning at 6:30 p.m. For a complete listing of the summer events and bands, visit the Fair Oaks Chamber’s website.

Musical Fun in Carmichael

Enjoy music under the stars with free summer night concerts at Carmichael Park in June and August. Concerts will alternate between Saturday and Sunday nights with the first performance on Saturday, June 11. Saturday concerts start at 6:30 pm and the Sunday performances begin at 5 pm. For a complete listing of all the summer and the bands, please visit www.carmichaelpark.com.

Protect Your Pets

The County Bradshaw Animal Shelter reminds you that a pet left in a vehicle can quickly turn deadly on warm days. Even with the windows cracked, the temperature inside a parked car can jump 20 degrees in just 10 minutes. Pets being outdoors in temperatures over 90 degrees can also be dangerous. It’s important to provide Fido with shade and plenty of water if you can’t bring him inside. View more hot weather pet tips.

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