Curtis Park advocates will resoundingly tell you there is no other place to live! Curtis Park is bordered on the north by Broadway, on the west by property owned by the Union Pacific Railroad (soon to become residential housing), on the east by Highway 99 and on the south by Sutterville Road.
The homes in Curtis Park boast their beginnings as early as 1910’s. You can appreciate the beautiful California Highwater Bungalows, the Tudors and the Craftsman style homes. As with all of the older neighborhoods, Curtis Park homes are continually being remodeled and upgraded. The majority of the lots are from .10 of an acre to .20 of an acre. Homes vary in size from 800 square feet to over 3000 square feet. The central attraction is Curtis Park and many of the larger homes face this beautiful landscape.
The limited number of Curtis Park retail stores are at the north and east ends of the Curtis Park neighborhood. Gunther’s Ice Cream is a favorite of the locals. The Sierra II Neighborhood Association is a strong advocate of Curtis Park and has kept it the desirable neighborhood that it is.