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Curtis Park Profile
Curtis Park has a bit of fame to its name. In 2015, it was named one of the top ten most desirable neighborhoods in the country by RedFin. The RedFin rating system was based on its analysis of website views on homes in the Curtis Park area. Its authenticity, eye-appealing properties and comparable quality to Land Parks at a much lower price point cinched Curtis Park a top spot as a highly favorable community in Sacramento. In addition, the park in the community, which is “Curtis Park,” is a wonderfully large, rectangular grassy section of land that provides its residents with a place for the kids, grown-ups and dogs to play.
Curtis Park is bordered by Sutterville Road, Freeport Boulevard and Highway 99. Broadway Boulevard runs through the northern section of this neighborhood. It is a residential community with the benefit of commercial merchants nearby for ease of shopping and services. The majority of homes in the area are owner-occupied with a small portion being rentals. Owned or rented, these homes are impressive in the architectural styles that vary from one house to the next.
Arts and Community
Sierra 2 Center for Arts and Community followed the residential development of Curtis Park by 70 years, but it became its main focal point. It offers art instruction and performance in various forms of art and assists in promoting the cultural landscape of the area.
Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association
Curtis Park is made richer by the efforts of the Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association, which runs the Sierra 2 Center for Arts and Community and organizes the many events that are held here each year. Operating out of a 1930s school house, the association is dedicated to keeping Curtis Park thriving and desirable and its residents engaged with the community.
The assigned schools to Curtis Park include Bret Harte Elementary, California Middle and C.K. McClatchy High. In the area, there is also the Sacramento Charter School. For those seeking higher education, colleges adjacent to Curtis Park include Los Rios Community College, Sacramento City College, and Pacific McGeorge School of Law.