Mills Station Arts and Culture Center

January 16, 2018 SacRT in Community

The Mills Station Building, located at the Mather Field/Mills light rail station,is now the Mills Station Arts and Culture Center (The MACC).

The grand opening and ribbon cutting for the building was held Wednesday, February 28.

Visit The MACC March 3 – 4 and March 10 – 11 from noon to 6 p.m. to see the inaugural exhibit – TAPIGAMI. TAPIGAMI was created by Sacramento artist Danny Scheible and features artistic exploration of an everyday item: masking tape. Admission is free.

Rancho Cordova’s historic Mills Station Building has been a place to gather as a community since 1911.  It is currently owned by the Sacramento Regional Transit District.

It is located at 10191 Mills Station Road, and is easily accessible by SacRT’s Gold Line.

The transformation is the result of cooperation and vision by the City of Rancho Cordova, Sacramento County Sacramento Regional Transit and citizen volunteers.  Numerous artistic and cultural events are planned for 2018, produced by the Cordova Community Council Foundation.

The MACC activities are made possible in part by funding from the City of Rancho Cordova Community Enhancement Fund.

For more information, contact Cheryl Gleason at (916) 273-5712 or