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When constituents want to request information or report an airport or aircraft noise incident that is possibly related to traffic at one of the Sacramento County Airport System's (SCAS) airports, the Filing a Noise Complaint page offers assistance. View the Noise page for more information.


Service Provided By:
Airports (Sacramento County Airport System)
6900 Airport Boulevard (Map)
Sacramento, CA 95837
916-929-5411 or e-mail

Check the status of a flight from the same display showing in Sacramento International Airport's terminals using the Flight Information Display web page.


Service Provided By:
Airports (Sacramento County Airport System)
6900 Airport Boulevard (Map)
Sacramento, CA 95837
916-929-5411 or e-mail

Sacramento International Airport has non-stop and direct flights throughout the United States and Mexico as well as connecting flights to almost anywhere. To view flights arriving and departing from SMF, view the Flight Search.


Service Provided By:
Airports (Sacramento County Airport System)
6900 Airport Boulevard (Map)
Sacramento, CA 95837
916-929-5411 or e-mail

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The Sacramento County Airport System (SCAS) Web-Accessible Aircraft Flight Tracking System enables the public to see the general location of flights and air traffic flow in the greater Sacramento region. This flight monitoring system includes specific information about flights from Sacramento International, Mather, Executive and McClellan airports as well as information about other air traffic operating in the Sacramento region. View the Flight Tracking System page for more information.


Service Provided By:
Airports (Sacramento County Airport System)
6900 Airport Boulevard (Map)
Sacramento, CA 95837
916-929-5411 or e-mail

Traffic and Commuting

More than 30 percent of all pedestrian accidents in unincorporated Sacramento County involve children under the age of 14. Most of these accidents were due to children crossing in the middle of the road and general inattentiveness. In response to pedestrian accidents involving school age children, Sacramento County provides adult school crossing guards at elementary school locations where there is potential for pedestrian/vehicle accidents. View the Crossing Guard page for more information.


Service Provided By:
Transportation
4100 Traffic Way (Map)
Sacramento, CA 95827
311 or Outside of Unincorporated Sacramento County Areas: 916-875-4311


Residents can use the electric vehicle charging stations that are located downtown and in the Bradshaw area. The chargers will work on most all vehicles with onboard battery charging equipment; it does not work on older EV’s without onboard battery chargers. There are no trucks or motorcycles with this technology currently on the market as far as we know.


Service Provided By:
General Services
9660 Ecology Ln.
Sacramento, CA 95827
(916) 876-6170


The Neighborhood Speed Watch Program (NSWP) allows residents to help reduce speeding by using County radar equipment to identify speeders. The registered owners of vehicles observed speeding are sent an awareness letter to encourage drivers to obey the speed limit when traveling on neighborhood streets. For inquiries about the Neighborhood Speed Watch Program, please visit the Care About Neighborhood Program (CAN) page.


Service Provided By:
Transportation
4100 Traffic Way (Map)
Sacramento, CA 95827
311 or Outside of Unincorporated Sacramento County Areas: 916-875-4311


The Sacramento County Pedestrian Master Plan establishes goals and strategies to increase pedestrian safety and improve walkability in the Sacramento County unincorporated area. View the Pedestrian Master Plan page for more information.


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Transportation
4111 Branch Center Road (Map)
Sacramento, CA 95827
311 or Outside of Unincorporated Sacramento County Areas: 916-875-4311


The Road & Lane Closures website provides a list that includes closures for all County road ways that are in unincorporated areas, or areas that the County inspects. It does not include state highways, such as Jackson, Hwy 50 and I-80. However, the list of lane closures is not all-inclusive, but rather includes only those closures most affecting the traveling public. Criteria considered include time of day (peak traffic hours), duration, location, number of lanes, and scope of work or event


Service Provided By:
Transportation
4100 Traffic Way (Map)
Sacramento,, CA 95827
311 or Outside Unincorporated Sacramento County Areas: 916-875-4311


The Surface Transportation Assistance Act (STAA) of 1982 allows large trucks to operate on the Interstate and certain primary routes called collectively the National Network. These trucks, referred to as STAA trucks, are longer than California legal trucks. As a result, STAA trucks have a larger turning radius than most local roads can accommodate. View the Truck Routes (STAA) page for more information.


Service Provided By:
Transportation
4100 Traffic Way (Map)
Sacramento, CA 95827
311 or Outside of Unincorporated Sacramento County Areas: 916-875-4311