Congressman Ami Bera
Congressman Ami Bera is honored to serve the residents of the 7th Congressional District of California. The district is located between the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the Pacific Ocean in Sacramento County. It is just east of California’s capitol city, including both suburbs of Sacramento and incorporated suburban sections of the city. It is one of the most vibrant and ethnically diverse districts in the country. Major neighborhoods and cities in the 7th district include from south to north: Elk Grove, Florin, Rosemont, Rancho Cordova, Rancho Murieta, Carmichael, Arden Arcade, Fair Oaks, Citrus Heights, Orangevale, Gold River, and Folsom.
As a doctor, I care deeply about protecting Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid. These safety nets provide our seniors with affordable health care and peace of mind. That’s why I recently a signed a letter to President Obama, along with 106 of my congressional colleagues, affirming my opposition to cutting these vital programs.
11070 White Rock Rd, Suite 195
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
Assemblyman Ken Cooley
Assemblyman Ken Cooley serves the Carmichael, Arden Arcade and Citrus Heights communities in the California State Legislature. His office can assist community members with a variety of issues dealing with state agencies, including: permit and license processing, state taxes, drivers licensing, and small business support.
For assistance with a state agency or to leave a comment on an issue impacting you, please reach out to Assemblyman Cooley’s office at 916-464-1910.
State Senator Jim Nielsen
State Senator Jim Nielsen proudly represents Carmichael in the California State Legislature 4th District. A long time public safety advocate, Nielsen authored Marsy’s Law and was co-author of California’s Crime Victims’ Bill of Rights. At his swearing-in ceremony, Nielsen pledged to continue his fight to change the recently passed prison realignment law – Assembly Bill 109 – which has put many dangerous criminals back on the streets. Vowing to protect their hard-earned tax dollars, Nielsen encourages the public who need help dealing with state agencies and departments like the Department of Motor Vehicles, the Department of Insurance, and Caltrans to contact his office or email him. He takes great pride in serving his constituents.
To contact Senator Jim Nielsen, please call him at 916-651-4004, or via Senator.Nielsen@senate.ca.gov
Supervisor Rich Desmond
Dear Residents of District 3,
I am deeply humbled and honored to serve as your representative on the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors. As a lifelong resident of District 3 and a fifth generation Sacramentan, I am passionate about our community. District 3 is unique because it is composed primarily of urban unincorporated areas. As a result, we rely heavily on the County to provide municipal services. District 3 is also one of the most diverse supervisorial districts in California, and it will take our collective efforts to address the complex challenges we face. Please consider applying to serve on a Board or Commission or volunteer at one of the nonprofit organizations working to improve our community.
I hope you will not hesitate to call my office or email me to share your views, concerns, and ideas. I also encourage you to sign up for E-mail Updates and my monthly newsletter to receive the latest news about 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 online. I look forward to working with you to make District 3 and Sacramento County a better place to live, work, and play.
700 H Street, Suite 2450
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 874-5471 • FAX (916) 874-7593
Director Sanborn, Ward 7, SMUD Board Vice President
Director Heidi Sanborn represents the following Zip Codes in Ward 7: 95608, 95621, 95626, 95628, 95652, 95660, 95673, 95821, 95824, 95825, 95838, 95841, 95842, 95843, 95864.
During their four-year terms, their job is to establish policies and values about how we serve you and to set the long-term direction SMUD will take as we move forward. We invite you to read our Strategic Direction, which spells out our vision for the future, our role in the community and how we're managed.
Heidi Sanborn was first elected to the SMUD Board of Directors in 2018 and began serving on the SMUD Board in January 2019. She represents Ward 7, which includes Antelope, Foothill Farms, North Highlands and parts of Arden-Arcade and Carmichael. She’s currently serving as the Board Vice President.
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Heidi Sanborn was first elected to the SMUD Board of Directors in 2018 and began serving on the SMUD Board in January 2019. She represents Ward 7, which includes Antelope, Foothill Farms, North Highlands and parts of Arden-Arcade and Carmichael. She’s currently serving as the Board Vice President.Heidi Sanborn was first elected to the SMUD Board of Directors in 2018 and began serving on the SMUD Board in January 2019. She represents Ward 7, which includes Antelope, Foothill Farms, North Highlands and parts of Arden-Arcade and Carmichael. She’s currently serving as the Board Vice President.