Category Archives: Rancho Cordova

Rancho Cordova & Cordova Hills

Good suburban development in the Capitol Region is one of six critical issues we focus on—we completed a research report about it—and which we validated as: 6) Continuing encasement of open space, restricting suburban community development upon which a sustainable … Continue reading

Posted in ARPPS, demographics, Rancho Cordova

Breton on Leadership

Strong and superb advice in his column in the Sacramento Bee; advice that sorely needs to be embraced by leadership in our region.  While local leadership, with few exceptions (think Rancho Cordova, for one example) has been sadly lacking, the recent strategy presented to clean … Continue reading

Posted in Homelessness, Parks, Public Safety, Rancho Cordova

Government Innovation

Contracting out, privatization, government mistakes: all of this is covered in this informative article from New Geography. An excerpt. “TV network MSNBC’s left-leaning commentator Rachel Maddow has opened herself up to ridicule by the conservative blogsophere over her advert featuring … Continue reading

Posted in Government, Politics, Rancho Cordova

Rancho Cordova Named All America City

Congratulations for a very well-deserved national designation, as reported by the Rancho Cordova Post. An excerpt. “The city of Rancho Cordova has joined the prestigious ranks of more than 500 communities from around the country to be selected as an … Continue reading

Posted in Rancho Cordova

Rancho Cordova Vision

Ted Gaebler, city manger of Rancho Cordova, one of the most astute and skilled pubic administrators in our region, further validated by the national award he just won, explains his vision for Rancho Cordova in this story from the Rancho … Continue reading

Posted in Rancho Cordova

Rancho Cordova Governance

We could not agree more with this editorial from the Sacramento Bee and have been a fan of the Rancho Cordova governance model from the beginning, advocating for their inclusion among the governing entities for the Parkway. The type of … Continue reading

Posted in Politics, Rancho Cordova

Eppies Great Race

One of Sacramento’s wonderful traditions, attracting people from far and wide, is Eppie’s triathlon on the Parkway, and it is on board for later this month as reported by the Rancho Cordova Post. An excerpt. “Some of us cringe at … Continue reading

Posted in Parks, Rancho Cordova