Beautification

Annual Keep Stockton Blvd Clean Event

On May 19, 2018 The Stockton Blvd Partnership partnered with the Stockton Blvd Community Development Corporation to do a massive one day cleanup event for the 2nd Annual Keep Stockton Clean Event. With more than 50 volunteers we were able to remove 28 Bags of trash (860 lbs.), 19 Syringes, 1 TV, and 1 Tire. Special thank to the Sacramento Police Department’s Criminal Justice Academy Cadets, SBP Staff, and all the resident volunteers that came out to help!

Thank you to our Sponsors:

Sacramento County Supervisor Phil Serna – District 1

Sacramento County Supervisor Patrick Kennedy – District 2

City of Sacrament Council Member Eric Guerra – District 6

City of Sacramento Council Member Jay Schenirer  – District 5

District Maintenance

Have you noticed the cleanliness of Stockton Boulevard lately? That’s because of our cleanup and maintenance crew headed by Hilary Gould (former County Neighborhood Services Representative and volunteer). The hard-working crew is assigned to pick up litter along the boulevard daily between 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM. Please contact us if you see any junk piling up or you see illegal dumping. We will have the crew pick it up at their earliest convenience.

Trash Can Installation

With the help of Sacramento Solid Waste Authority, new trash can receptacles were installed at each bus stop as well as various locations along the Blvd. This helps maintain our clean sidewalks and streets by giving pedestrians a place to discard trash.

Street Scape Improvements

Streetscape Improvements

Streetscape Improvements along the corridor brighten the Boulevards appearance. The Stockton Blvd project brought 100 new palms, new medians, curbs, gutters and sidewalks on both sides of Stockton all the way from Broadway to 65th Street. This landscaping project was funded by contributions from the City of Sacramento, Sacramento County, Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency, and the Stockton Boulevard Partnership.