Curtis Park is a neighborhood in Sacramento, California with a population of 9,656. Curtis Park is in Sacramento County and is one of the best places to live in California. Living in Curtis Park offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Curtis Park there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Curtis Park and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Curtis Park are above average.
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Curtis Park Reviews
Having lived my whole life in Curtis Park, I can attest to the fact that Curtis Park is an excellent place to grow up. The combination of quiet streets, sidewalks, and accessible parks creates a feeling of security, while the older houses and remarkable foliage make it a uniquely beautiful neighborhood whose quaintness epitomizes the experience of living there.
Curtis Park is a pleasant neighborhood to live in as it is fairly quiet compared to most of Sacramento. Events such as Music at the Park keep is alive and I always feel safe enough to take walks at the park's track. We are close enough to midtown that I can ride my bike to grab a bite to eat or go to work in the downtown area. Also, the location is perfect because of its close proximity to light rail which can take me anywhere from Folsom to the Amtrak station. Probably the best perk for me is being able to walk to Sacramento City College.
I love this area. Close to everything!