City of Sacramento

Photo of the Tower Bridge By Pacific Southwest Region from Sacramento, US (Tower Bridge) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia CommonsThe City of Sacramento was granted sovereign tide and submerged lands in a portion of the old bed of the American River in trust in 1868 to facilitate furnishing sand, earth, or gravel to raise the streets, alleys and levees. In 1941, the grant was amended to authorize the Commission to sell or dispose of portions of the old bed of the American River. In 1970, the City was granted two described parcels of land in Miller Park for the establishment, improvement and conduct of a harbor, small boat harbor, marina, aquatic playground and similar recreational facilities and for all works, buildings, facilities, utilities, structures and appliances incidental, necessary or convenient for the promotion and accommodation of these uses or commerce and navigation, for all transportation and utility facilities or betterments incidental necessary or convenient for these uses, for public buildings, public assembly and meeting places, parks, playgrounds, bathhouses and bathing facilities, public recreation and fishing piers, public recreation facilities and for the establishment, preservation, restoration, improvement or maintenance of the unique recreational and aesthetic values connected with the waterfront area of the City.

Staff Report Description
04/26/2005 (60) Consideration of proposed Title Settlement and Exchange Agreement involving The Sacramento Railyards and certain nearby parcels along the Sacramento and American rivers.  The result of the Agreement would be to terminate any and all public trust and sovereign property rights in the former bed of the American River within the Railyards, acquisition of various parcels by the State, and issuance of a 49-year lease of lands acquired by the Commission to the City of Sacramento – Item pulled from agenda
10/20/2005 (38) Consideration of a proposed Title Settlement and Exchange Agreement at the Sacramento Railyards and certain nearby parcels within the city of Sacramento involving the former bed of the American River.  Consider issuance of a 49-year lease of lands acquired to the City of Sacramento – Item pulled from agenda
12/03/2007 (37) Consideration of a proposed Title Settlement and Exchange Agreement involving the downtown Sacramento Railyards and certain nearby parcels along the Sacramento River. The result of the agreement would be to terminate any and all public trust and sovereign property rights in the former bed of the American River within the Railyards, acquisition of various parcels by the State, and issuance of a 49-year lease of lands acquire by the Commission to the City
08/11/2009 (45) Consideration of a proposed Title Settlement and Exchange Agreement involving the downtown Sacramento Railyards and certain nearby parcels along the Sacramento River. The result of the agreement would be to terminate any and all public trust and sovereign property rights in the former bed of the American River within the Railyards, acquisition of various parcels by the State, and issuance of a 49-year lease of lands acquire by the Commission to the City
02/08/2011 (39) Consider the substitution of a party to a previously approved Title Settlement and Land Exchange Agreement involving the downtown Sacramento Railyards and certain nearby parcels along the Sacramento River. IA Sacramento Holdings, L.L.C. will take the place of S. Thomas Enterprises of Sacramento, LLC as a party to the Agreement. The result of the Agreement would be termination of any and all sovereign public trust property rights in the former bed of the American River within the Railyards, acquisition of various parcels by the State and issuance of a 49-year lease of acquired lands by the Commission to the City of Sacramento – Item postponed from agenda
04/06/2011 (59) Consider amendments to a previously approved Title Settlement and Land Exchange Agreement involving the downtown Sacramento Railyards and the certain nearby parcels along the Sacramento River located in the city of Sacramento
08/09/2016 (54) Consider a Boundary Line Agreement between the Commission and the City of Sacramento, a Municipal Corporation, and the Redevelopment Agency successor agency (for the dissolved Redevelopment Agency of the City of Sacramento), an entity created by statute, to establish an agreed common boundary line between city owned properties, redevelopment agency successor agency owned properties, and state sovereign lands in and along the Sacramento River in Sacramento
12/06/2016 (62) Consider an Amendment to the previously authorized Title Settlement and Land Exchange Agreement involving the downtown Sacramento Railyards and certain nearby parcels along the Sacramento River – Item pulled from agenda
02/27/2018 (77) Consider a Boundary Line Agreement between the Commission and the City of Sacramento to establish a common boundary line between state-owned sovereign land and city-owned land at Miller Park in Sacramento
04/19/2018 (108) Consider sponsoring state legislation that would grant in trust to the city of Sacramento title to land associated with the Sacramento Downtown Railyards Title Settlement and Land Exchange Agreement, and that would repeal previous grants made to the city of Sacramento
Statute Description
Chapter 519, Statutes of 1868 An Act to facilitate the City of Sacramento in procuring material to raise its streets and levees.
Chapter 581, Statutes of 1941 An act to provide for the sale and conveyance of certain lands lying within the abandoned river channel of the American River lying in the County of Sacramento, State of California.
Chapter 1266, Statutes of 1970
REPEALED by Chapter 250
An act granting and conveying certain tide and submerged lands to the City of Sacramento, a municipal corporation of the State of California, in furtherance of navigation, commerce, and fisheries upon certain trusts and conditions, and providing for the government, management, use, and control thereof, and reserving rights to the state.
Chapter 625, Statutes of 1973
REPEALED by Chapter 250
An act to amend Sections 1 and 6 of Chapter 1266 of the Statutes of 1970, relating to tidelands and submerged lands granted to the City of Sacramento.
Chapter 250, Statutes of 2018 An act to repeal Chapter 1266 of the Statutes of 1970, and to repeal Chapter 625 of the Statutes of 1973, relating to public trust lands.
Settlement / Agreement Number Description
AD 498  
AD 600  
AD 666  

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Contacts

Chief, External Affairs Division
Sheri Pemberton | 916.574.1992
Sheri.Pemberton@slc.ca.gov

Public Land Management Specialist
Reid Boggiano | 916.574.0450
Reid.Boggiano@slc.ca.gov