Old Sacramento thrives through partnerships between the City of Sacramento, California State Parks, non-profit organizations and private businesses, including:
Downtown Sacramento Partnership
The district of Old Sacramento is managed by the Downtown Sacramento Partnership through agreement with the City of Sacramento. The Downtown Sacramento Partnership consistently strives to move Sacramento forward through effective public-private collaboration and serve as the collective voice for downtown property owners. In Old Sacramento this is focused on partnering with the City of Sacramento, the State of California, property owners, merchants, and other stakeholders in their common goal of strengthening the commercial vitality of the Old Sacramento Historic District.
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Historic Old Sacramento Foundation
The Historic Old Sacramento Foundation’s mission is to convey the importance of historic Sacramento as a place that connects our past to our present and future. The Foundation manages the Sacramento History Museum at 101 I Street, the Living History and Street Theatre programs, and historic tours including the popular Underground Tours. Board Chair Robert Ceccato. Executive Director Marcia Eymann.
More about HOSF | HistoricOldSac.org
Old Sacramento State Historic Park
Including the California State Railroad Museum, the State Park comprises about a third of Old Sacramento. Capital District Superintendent Dana Jones.
California State Railroad Museum | Old Sacramento State Historic Park
City of Sacramento
One of the primary land-owners in the Old Sacramento Historic District, the City of Sacramento is the resource for parking, business licenses/permits, special events and more.
More about the City of Sacramento