In case you haven’t heard, we thought we would post information on the new garbage/recycling policies that take affect July 1st in the neighborhood. The information below was pulled from the city of Sacramento Website to keep you … Read More
City Launches Recycle Reminder via Sac311 App
Customers can receive text and email reminders about every-other-week recycle pickup
The City of Sacramento will be changing to every-other-week recycling on July 1, 2013, and a new feature on the existing Sac311 … Read More
Our neighborhood is located near a PG&E natural gas pipeline. Below is information PG&E wanted us to pass on to our neighbors in regards to gas pipeline safety.
Gas Pipeline Locations
PG&E operates natural gas distribution and transmission pipelines across California. Our … Read More
The Hollywood Park Neighborhood Improvement Committee holds a plant exchange every year. This year it was held on May 18th. If you missed the exchange, Val Anderson, the host of the event gives the details on the history and … Read More
With the real estate market doing some interesting things these days we thought we would ask former Hollywood Park President and local realtor, Matt Bistis to weigh in on what is happening in the neighborhood and to offer suggestions on … Read More
The column below was written by Hollywood Park Resident Greg Brown and was originally posted in The Land Park News (Valley Community Newspapers, Inc.)
When Capitol Nursery, the popular fixture on Freeport Blvd since 1931, vacated their property last August they … Read More
Aging, cracked sidewalks in Hollywood Park
By Artemio Armenta and Becky McReynolds
Many of the cracks along Hollywood Park’s sidewalks reflect the signs of concrete poured more than six decades ago. In older and more established communities like Hollywood Park, Curtis Park, … Read More
Welcome to our new blog.
I am honored and humbled to have been elected as the president of the Hollywood Park Neighborhood Association. I know that I have big shoes to fill but I’m … Read More