Curtis Park

An eclectic blend of vintage charm and progressive vibrancy nestled in a central location

Welcome to Curtis Park

Immerse yourself in the friendliness and eclectic charm that defines Curtis Park, an inviting neighborhood nestled in the heart of Sacramento, California. Curtis Park is best characterized by its delightful mixture of architectural styles, with its streets dotted by vintage homes spanning Victorian, Bungalow, and 1920s revival-style subdivisions. These unique homes add a historic feel to the progressive energy that permeates the neighborhood, making it a captivating place to call home.
Situated north of Sutterville Road, south of Broadway Ave., east of Freeport Boulevard, and west of Highway 99, Curtis Park provides a blend of quiet residential living with the convenience of a central location. The Sierra Curtis Neighborhood Association serves as a wonderful resource, ensuring the area maintains its unique charm and camaraderie while continuously evolving.

What to Love

  • Easily accessible and walkable layout
  • Curtis Park offers diverse recreational amenities
  • A blend of vintage homes and new constructions amidst tree-lined streets
  • Central location enhances convenience
  • Small yet vibrant neighborhood with great communal spirit

Local Lifestyle

A walk through Curtis Park reveals its undeniable appeal as a centrally located neighborhood that packs a significant punch in a small area. The area's walkability extends beyond its residential streets, leading to charming outdoor areas like Curtis Park, an ideal spot for exercising, shooting hoops, or just letting the kids enjoy the playground.
Newer developments like Curtis Park Village cater to those desiring contemporary construction, blending seamlessly with the area's vintage homes to offer a wide range of housing options. Curtis Park offers a dense suburban feel with a host of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks, ensuring there's always something to do or explore. It's a neighborhood of choice for many young professionals, adding to its progressive and vibrant atmosphere. The area's public schools uphold high standards, further enhancing the appeal for families.

Dining and Entertainment

Curtis Park is a culinary and entertainment hub, home to an array of establishments, each with its unique charm. Gunther’s Ice Cream, an enduring Sacramento staple, has been delighting residents with its rich and creamy flavors since the 1940s. Meanwhile, Cafe Dantorels impresses with its innovative dishes, and Noodles to Thai For offers authentic Thai cuisine that leaves you craving more.
Foodies will appreciate the diversity offered by Curtis Park Neighborhood Market, with its amazing selection of fresh produce, artisanal cheeses, and meats. A visit to Pangaea Bier Cafe promises a superb selection of craft beers paired with delectable bites. Add to that the cozy ambiance and diverse beer selection at Hop Gardens Beer Garden, and you've got an impressive line-up of local breweries.
But it's not all about beer and meals. Start your day with a delicious cup of coffee from Naked Coffee, renowned for its cozy atmosphere and welcoming staff. Or, wind down your day with a visit to Track 7 Brewing Company, a popular spot boasting an exceptional selection of unique brews.

Things to Do

When it comes to activities, Curtis Park offers much more than meets the eye. Spend a leisurely day in the area's namesake, Curtis Park, a green oasis in the heart of the neighborhood. Here, you can engage in sports, have a picnic, or just enjoy the peaceful landscape.
For those who enjoy cultural experiences, Music in the Park offers delightful outdoor performances. It's a wonderful way to connect with the local community while enjoying diverse musical acts. The Sierra 2 Center for Arts & Community further enhances the neighborhood's cultural richness through its events and classes.

Overview for Curtis Park, CA

10,269 people live in Curtis Park, where the median age is 37.6 and the average individual income is $58,656.72. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

37.6 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Curtis Park, CA

Curtis Park has 5,463 households, with an average household size of 2. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Curtis Park do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 10,269 people call Curtis Park home. The population density is 5,509.99 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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47.61 / 52.39%

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  • Less Than 9th Grade
  • High School Degree
  • Associate Degree
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Schools in Curtis Park, CA

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The following schools are within or nearby Curtis Park. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Bret Harte Elementary
K - 6th
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