June 2022 Viewpoint is out now!

Headlines include: ‘Politically correct’ UnSupervised to perform at June Music in the Park 4 seek to replace Schenirer in redrawn Council district Candidates for district attorney share views at forum

Now Hiring Facility Service Staff

Help us put on great events! We need 1-2 part-time people, 20-25 hours per week, must be available to work nights (until 11pm or midnight) and weekends (Friday night, Saturday

May is Bike Month in Curtis Park

May is Bike Month is not about how far you ride or how fit you are; it’s about smiles before miles! SCNA is offering two ways to participate in May-is-Bike-Month.

Paint & Sip is Crafty, Social Fun

Guests of the Learnery recently enjoyed a painting class with a twist – Paint & Sip! Join us for the next art party on May 6th. “The class was so

March 2022 Viewpoint Newspaper

Story Headlines include: Neighbors seek to unify goals in newly joined Council district Picking up litter has become a mass movement Permit sought for Music in the Park Caution urged

Lawn Care Workshop Notes

The Lawn Care Evolution From Gas to Electric Is Coming This Online presentation took place on February 15 Starting in 2 years, only zero emission* lawn equipment will be sold

February Feast Program

February 11 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Welcome to the February Feast, a neighborhood dinner to go with pickup at Sierra 2 Center. Dinners for 2 lovingly made by Jeff and

Poll: Highway 99 Sound Wall Painting

Caltrans is investing in Highway 99 improvements between Highway 50 and Calvine Road as part of the State’s new Clean California program! Caltrans wants feedback from nearby residents, businesses, neighborhood

Angel Tree Donation Drop Off

The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program provides new clothing or toys for children of needy families through the support of donors. Found in local companies and corporations, Angel Trees are decorated

Final Redistricting Map to be adopted Dec. 16th

The Sacramento Independent Redistricting Commission (SIRC) has been engaged in a public process for approximately one year to redistrict the City of Sacramento. The SIRC invited the public to submit

Congrats to Our New Board Members!

Our annual Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association Meeting and board member election was held via Zoom meeting on Wednesday, December 1st. According to SCNA bylaws, only current SCNA current resident members


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Curtis Park residents at UN climate conference

By Michael Paparian and Caitlyn Hughes We were privileged to spend two weeks at the U.N. Climate Change Conference, COP26, in Glasgow, Scotland, in November. For the past two years,

2024 target for ACE rail route near Curtis Park

Light-rail connection planned at City College Intercity passenger trains, which haven’t traveled regularly on the tracks near Curtis Park in more than 50 years, may reappear as soon as 2024.

Webinar Nov. 9 on city’s plans for tiny homes

The SCNA Neighborhood Concerns Committee will host an informational webinar on the city’s Homeless Siting Master Plan from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 9 on Zoom. The focus will

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Councilmember urges slow start for tiny homes

In August, City Council unanimously approved the 2021 Master Siting Plan to Address Homelessness, which attempts to involve the entire city in creating a fair share of participation among council

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