Photo & Story Credit: Mr. David Dawson
2019 American River Parkway Foundation Volunteer of the Year
CORONAVIRUS IN SOUTH NATOMAS
It's been a year since the first COVID-19 case in California was confirmed on Jan. 26, 2020.
The Natomas Buzz wants to know how the pandemic has impacted those who live, work, go to school and own businesses in South Natomas.
A year later, THE NATOMAS BUZZ is asking our readers how the pandemic has impacted them, their families, work, education and businesses.
Please share YOUR story at http://bit.ly/39gPPln
Note: This poll is anonymous, but respondents interested in being interviewed will have an opportunity to share their contact information at the end.
To create community through service and the arts, reflecting the cultural diversity of and affection for South Natomas, benefiting all who live and work here and providing the promise of a better life for future generations.
The arts are woven into the fabric of daily life—promoting civic engagement, encouraging collective problem-solving, and building bridges across cultures.
Streets, neighborhoods, and our community will be revitalized, enriched, and enlivened by art and culture.
South Natomas is a great place to live, work and play. Help us build a safer place to live and a better place for children to grow up.
INCLUSIVITY: Providing opportunities for everyone in our community to enrich their lives through service and the arts.
STEWARDSHIP: The commitment of all within South Natomas to ensure the success of our mission both today and into the future.
South Natomas Improvement Association founded August 7, 2019