The City of Sacramento Office of Nighttime Economy soon will host its quarterly “Pubs, clubs and bars” training to provide information to help nighttime businesses operate safely.
The free training will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Oct. 19 at 300 Richards Blvd., room 221.
“Pubs, Clubs, and Bars provides free training to the city’s nightlife and hospitality operators,” said the City’s Nighttime Economy Manager Tina Lee-Vogt. “It’s also an opportunity for businesses to connect with our nighttime and social economy team to ask questions and share concerns.”
The Sacramento Police Department will provide tips on how to de-escalate challenging encounters, and the Sacramento Fire Department will share information on safely decorating for the holidays.
The Office of Nighttime Economy will also provide an update on the sociable city assessment. The assessment will establish a blueprint to identify areas for improvement, track progress and coordinate an action plan, as well as provide an evaluation of trends impacting Sacramento’s social economy.
The training is part of the City’s ongoing efforts to ensure a safe, vibrant and well managed nightlife in Sacramento.
Training information can be found on the City’s website.