Curtis Park entrepreneurs Marco Guizar and Katelyn O’Neil, with Ken O’Shea of Land Park, the co-owners of the newly expanded FITSOM Studios, are helping the
SCNA welcomed three neighbors to the board: Charles Angelis of Marshall Way and 23rd Street, Alex Moos from Donner Way and Kimberley Bond from Crocker
NextDoor.com has recently changed its format. Subscribers may now select several dozens of interests ranging from dogs, gardening, photography, fishing, sewing, and many others. This
Below are the materials presented at the community meeting that was held in Curtis Hall on March 28, 2019 regarding the temporary homeless shelter X
The PTA’s annual all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast will be from 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday, April 27, at Bret Harte Elementary School, 2751 Ninth Ave. Tickets
About 50 sponsors of the new seats in the 24th Street Theatre gathered in Curtis Hall in mid-March with the Sierra 2 staff to celebrate
The aisles in the new Safeway store in the Crocker Village shopping center are named after a number of Curtis Park streets, including Donner Way,
Councilmember Jay Schenirer is seeking neighborhood feedback on two proposed sites for temporary homeless shelters – one in the Florin Road RT station parking lot,
Kimberley Bond, who has lived in Crocker Village for a year, is now delivering Viewpoint to the homeowners on Crocker Drive. Kimberley lived in Oak
Day after day, the white pickup truck moved slowly down the neighborhood streets, the quiet of the early morning darkness interrupted by the “thwack” of
Our Curtis Park urban lots are, on average, small and often shady. In our household, we can only grow herbs and citrus for the kitchen.
When I inspect large trees, the homeowners usually ask if their trees are safe. As an arborist involved with trees for more than 38 years,
I t is no small effort to be invested in a neighborhood, especially one with as much potential as Curtis Park. As we all know,
Join us in welcoming over 400 young egg hunters on the morning of April 20th for a lively PJ parade and egg hunt. We want
BlackPine Communities President Mike Paris told the SCNA board his company has agreed to build all the homes at the north end of the Crocker
Jazz and blues vocalist Catherine Russell will perform in the newly restored 24th Street Theatre at 7 p.m. March 26. Russell is touring behind her
SCNA’s annual home tour will not happen this year because not enough homeowners were ready to show their homes. For 32 consecutive years, residents throughout
About 160 people gathered Feb. 9 in Curtis Hall for the fourth annual crab feed at Sierra 2 Center, the first of several fundraisers this
The Curtis Park Village Community Association held its quarterly meeting Feb. 12 in a model home on Crocker Drive. More than two dozen residents attended.
The Uber-owned company that manages rental of the bright red Jump Bikes has added about 100 electric scooters for Sacramento’s urban riders. The city plans
A Sacramento zoning administrator has approved with conditions a request by Petrovich Development Co. for a variance to allow two freestanding signs – one 65
The Sacramento Center for the Textile Arts will bring its monthly meetings to the Sierra 2 Center starting in March. SCTA is a nonprofit organization
The Sierra 2 Senior Center is unveiling a new program, Head Space, which focuses on mental health wellness and well-being. Created by Sacramento State intern
Liliana Ferrer often talks about good neighbors. As the senior representative of Mexico in California, Ferrer sees the relationship between the two governments in terms
The march issue of the Viewpoint is here! Some stories inside include: Mexico’s consul general values neighbors in Curtis Park Crocker Village 65-foot sign wins
As you walk past the 24th Street Theatre in the evening, you may notice a soft glow emanating from a new sign made by the
The Curtis Park neighborhood responded to the needs of Butte County fire victims with “Paella for Paradise,” a sold-out fundraiser at Taylor’s Kitchen.
As I understand Harry Potter lore, Muggles in London can’t find Diagon Alley because its entrance is invisible, except to wizardly types. Likewise, Muggles of
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