As a local agency, the city actively utilizes various computer technologies and systems to provide, organize, and develop information to its customers on a daily basis, including an internal network, access to the Internet, and a website. The mission of the Information Technology Division is to enhance customer service and operational efficiency through the use of technology.
It is the responsibility of the Information Technology Division to identify how changing technology can be integrated into our current systems in order to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of city operations. The division provides daily assistance to end users and departments with strategic use of technology to enhance business and daily operations.
Computer Surplus Program
Citrus Heights has made and continues to make investments in new technology to provide the tools necessary to provide excellent customer service to the community. This means that the city has an extensive amount of computers and related technology that need to be declared salvage by the city from time-to-time.
In order to dispose of this equipment, the city makes salvaged equipment available first to non-profits and governmental agencies located in Citrus Heights and secondly to similar regional organizations that are providing services to Citrus Heights residents but are not located within our jurisdictional boundaries. The city uses a lottery-based system to distribute this salvaged computer equipment to interested non-profits meeting the criteria outlined above.
If your non-profit organization or governmental agency is interested in being on the city's distribution list for the salvage lottery program, please contact us via email. We will add you to the interest list and send you information when salvaged equipment becomes available.