In the 1970’s, Curtis Park residents banded together to save the old Sierra School from demolition. Thus was born the Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association and a dynamic center for cultural and educational activities. Few neighborhoods are fortunate enough to have an active, well-managed association working to bring neighbors together. SCNA gives the Sierra Curtis neighborhood a common voice, family entertainment, and a community center, which is the architectural and social centerpiece of the neighborhood.
- SCNA serves over 2,500 households in the historic Curtis Park neighborhood
- Annual events include crab feed, home tour, Curtis Fest artisan festival, wine tasting & Silent Auction
- Hold regular board meetings to discuss neighborhood issues
- Publish the Viewpoint newspaper
- Manage the Sierra 2 Center for the Arts and Community.