Welcome to the city's community resources and directory information page. These resources directories will assist you in finding information, services, and facilities in Citrus Heights. We hope you find these various directories helpful.
Regional Resource Directories
BeehiveSacramento.org is a regional directory with extensive information and resources around the things that matter in people's lives: money, health, jobs, school, and family. This regional resource has national and local information. In addition, the Community Services Planning Council has placed its directory on-line.
The San Juan Unified School District maintains a Community Resource Directory for Students and Families which is available for review or download from the District's Web site. This document contains a variety of information that may be helpful.
Check out the City's Volunteer Opportunities page to find volunteer opportunities in the City and throughout the community. Below are some organizations that regularly request the service of volunteers:
Sunrise Recreation and Park District
Contact: (916) 725-1585; firstname.lastname@example.org
The local park district serving Citrus Heights and the surrounding communities of Orangevale and Foothill Farms utilizes volunteers in various ways and may have opportunities available.
Contact: (916) 447-7063, extension 304; email@example.com
Hands-On Sacramento is a regional volunteer clearinghouse organization and lists opportunities to volunteer both on a one-time or ongoing basis.
Citrus Heights Collaborative
If you are interested in improving social or human services in Citrus Heights, we welcome your participation in the Citrus Heights Collaborative. The Collaborative is an informal network of organizations and individuals that focus on improving services, opportunities and quality of life for Citrus Heights residents. You can contact the Collaborative at Collaborative@citrusheights.net.
Since incorporation, there have been a number of studies that have been completed by the City or other local agencies that provide information about and assessments of the Citrus Heights community. Since this information may be helpful to City staff, citizens, other public agencies and non-profits, we will be posting these reports in an effort to make them accessible.
General City Information
Children and Youth