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

Now Hiring Facility Service Staff

Help us put on great events! Position Summary Perform a variety of custodial and set-up work in preparing for and cleaning up after events and activities at Sierra 2 Center.

Songbook

Light Up Curtis Park Caroling Songbook (web version) Here Comes Santa Claus Here comes Santa Claus,here comes Santa Claus,Right down Santa Claus laneVixen and Blitzen and all his reindeerPullin’ on

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

Crocker Village olive harvest meaty, tender

Cheri Davis and her husband, Ted Frink, watched the mature olive trees being transplanted throughout Crocker Village and spotted the ripe stone fruit clinging to the upper branches. Cheri remembered

Sierra 2 Center restarts cautiously

The Sierra 2 Center’s return to full operations will be gradual as it moves forward with policies that feel safe and at a level of business within the staff’s capacity.

Water resource expert Peter Brostrom, 58

Peter Nils Brostrom of Third Avenue died suddenly of a heart attack in late March while working at the Salton Sea as a consultant helping Southern California water districts execute

Carmazzi Caramel Corn winner of $5,000 grant

By Kelsey Wehsels Local favorite Carmazzi Caramel Corn recently was one of 43 women-owned businesses nominated for the Sacramento Republic FC Kickstart award. After a significant interview process, Carmazzi Caramel

Yelp rates Pangaea Burger among area’s best

Curtis Park’s Pangaea Bier Café is among the top restaurants on Yelp’s Spring Collection of “places to find the perfect burger” in the Sacramento area. Yelp described Pangaea as “much

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