Welcome to the Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association and the Sierra 2 Center for the Arts and Community.
Neighborhood Gathering Center
SCNA represents over 2,500 households in the historic Curtis Park neighborhood located just south of downtown Sacramento. Sierra 2 Center tenants include local dance companies, catering firms, religious and social services, and other community based organizations. Rental spaces are also available for weddings, conferences, parties and stage performances. Sierra 2 Center is a welcoming gathering place for neighbors as well as the entire Sacramento community.
Enjoy SCNA-sponsored annual events like our Crab Feed, Easter Parade and Egg Hunt, Home & Garden Tour, Neighborhood Yard Sale, Summer Music in the Park, Curtis Fest Artisan Festival in the Park, Wine Tasting & Silent Auction, and Holiday Craft Fair.
Classes & Activities
We offer classes provided by and for the community. From kung fu to meditation, dance and theatre to technology and crafts our calendar is packed. Take a look and expand your knowledge and circle of friends in one of our activities.
The Sierra 2 Senior Center, located in Room 12, is open to all free-timers and older adults during the week Monday-Friday. The Senior Center was established in November 2000 to provide seniors the opportunity to continue to learn, meet new people and be actively involved in the community. Activities and classes are free or fee based where noted. For more information call (916) 455-6339.
Advocacy and Stewardship
The Neighborhood Concerns Committee (NCC) is authorized by the Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association’s Board of Directors to develop strategies and sponsor programs to improve the Curtis Park neighborhood. One of the key duties of the NCC is to advocate on the neighborhood’s behalf in land use, transportation, and development projects before the City of Sacramento and the Planning Commission. NCC works jointly with nearby neighborhood, business and community organizations to:
- support and revitalize the Broadway and Franklin commercial corridors,
- protect heritage trees,
- improve our local parks, and
- preserve the quality of life in Sacramento.
The Neighborhood Concerns Committee is engaged in a number of issues including:
- the development of Crocker Village,
- Traffic Concerns, and
- City Tree Ordinances.