The "parklets" are intended to be an extension of the sidewalk and feature seating and plants, as well as possible space for bicycles to park.
Jim Brown with Sacramento-Area Bicycle Advocates says it's a great step for the city.
"This is a step towards acknowledging that our streets are public places -- they are not the exclusive domain of cars," says Brown. "And this is one of the first steps toward making our streets a safer, friendlier place to visit and to do business."
Parklets will be created by business owners, will be open to the public, and will be designed to be removable.
The Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District says it has grant money available -- of about $1,000 for ten business owners -- to help businesses design and install the parklets.
Joseph Hurley is with the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District.
"We're very excited to see it," says Hurley. "We think it's a very effective means of improving pedestrian and bike access on public streets."
As a change of pace this summer, Sacramento’s B Street Theatre is staging a pastoral fable called “Provenance” – a gently mysterious tale in which characters find ways to overcome their personal troubles and move forward with their lives.
Before you take home fireworks to the family with the expectation of a Fourth of July fireworks spectacular on your front lawn, make sure fireworks are legal where you live.
A new hiring trends survey released Monday indicated that fewer hiring in the next few months compared to last year. But, companies also say they are not planning on seasonal layoffs.
The State of California and City of Sacramento have settled a lawsuit filed by the City.
The U.S.A. Track and Field Championships kicked off in Sacramento today with the shot put at the State Capitol.