Author: Joan Cusick

Questions and answers about how to vote

Curtis Park residents will have options in how they vote in the general election – by mail, by drop box or in person at authorized Vote Centers, including the Sierra

23 Years on Portola Way

Meet Linda and John Elgart, who moved to Portola Way 23 years ago. “We found our house riding bikes up and down the streets,” Linda says. As sales reps for

A Welcome Brunch on the Back Porch!

Meet Kris and Dave Backus of Portola Way. During Labor Day weekend 1997, when Kris and Dave moved from Rocklin to Curtis Park, their next-door neighbor Judy Harper immediately invited

Meet Jen, Justin and their girls!

Jennifer Albinson and Justin Cohan-Shapiro moved to Curtis Park in March 2019 with toddler Whitney, and a year later their family has grown to include baby Harriet. “We picked Curtis

Meet the Snider family!

Greg and Mary Snider moved from Tucson to Curtis Park about a year ago to be near their son’s family, including their 4-year-old grandson. Soon, their second son will join

Meet the Landsberg-Dean family!

Elizabeth Landsberg and Gordon Dean moved to Curtis Park in 2004 because they wanted more room for their growing family, which now includes teen aged sons Jacob and Ari. “We

Curtis Park is in fruit fly quarantine zone

The state has declared a fresh produce quarantine for a 123-square-mile area including Curtis Park following the discovery of 15 Oriental fruit flies in the Lemon Hill community in August.

Real Pie business is hot on 24th Street

The intersection of Broadway and 24th streets has gotten a lot busier since mid-April, when the Real Pie Company opened its doors to long lines and a sell-out business. Kira