Category: Neighborhood News
The City of Sacramento will host four community workshops to take a deeper look at ways to improve safety, walkability, and the overall experience for users in two major transportation corridors.
by Julie Scheff, photos by Ralph McDaniel
Hawaiian music, corn hole tossing, and visits from police officers and elected officials took place at a National Night Out on Tuesday August 3rd. Centennial United Methodist Church hosted the event in their … Read More
Hello to all Hollywood Park and Carlton Tract residents! I can’t believe Hollywood Park is getting a mural through a City of Sacramento program. It is amazing. See the article in this newsletter to for all the details. Also, to … Read More
We are once again selling Hollywood Park items. Place your orders now.
The following items are available
- Tee shirts (men’s short sleeve) – $18
- Tee shirts (women’s short sleeve – crew or small v-neck) – $18
- Long sleeve tee shirts (crew neck – unisex) … Read More
What do you get the person who has everything? An HPNA Fundraiser Item!!! Less than two weeks to order.
If you’re looking for that perfect holiday Hollywood Park gift, or you’re looking for a way to show your pride in Hollywood Park and … Read More
by Executive Lieutenant Vance Chandler, Sacramento Police Department, South Command
My name is Vance Chandler and I serve as your area police lieutenant, responsible for Police Districts 4A and 4B.
As your area lieutenant, it is my honor to serve you … Read More
The Hollywood Park and Carlton Tract Neighborhood Association would like to wish you and your family a Happy Fourth of July!
A Few Things About Saturday the 4th of July:
- The organizers of the Traditional 4th of July Parade have have informed … Read More
Summer break may have officially begun when the virtual school year ended, but with so many summertime options for kids canceled or offered at limited capacity, many parents are scrambling to find engaging activities for their children. This partial listing … Read More
From the Office of Councilmember Jay Schenirer
“Unprecedented” is generally the word that folks use to describe our current situation – as a community, city, country and world. My hope, our hope, is that we are through the worst, are adjusting … Read More