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Most of the homes at Sutter Park will be built by Tim Lewis $1,149,500 (For Sale) 4227 F Street Sacramento, CA Sutter Park. Curtis Park, Sacramento Homes For Sale · 2700 21st Street, Sacramento, CA, 95818, · 2911 Highland Avenue, Sacramento, CA, 95818, · 2635 Donner Way, Sacramento, CA. Come look at our lovely new homes at The Cove - an exciting new community located in Sacramento, CA.

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Four neighborhoods offering single-family & townhome living in a vibrant master-plan within minutes of downtown Sacramento, CA. Featuring a clubhouse, fitness center, pool, walking trails, & more.

Community Features & Amenities

  • Every home within 200 ft. of walking trail
  • Junior Olympic-sized pool
  • Includes Choice Plans™ room options at no cost
  • Ideal commuter friendly lifestyle

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Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op
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Features & Amenities

  • Every home within 200 ft. of walking trail
  • Junior Olympic-sized pool
  • Includes Choice Plans™ room options at no cost
  • Ideal commuter friendly lifestyle

Thanks for your interest in The Cove!

The community layout and Homeowners' Association details for The Cove have been emailed to you to download.

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Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op

4.7 miles

Track 7 Brewing Company

3.3 miles

Foundation Restaurant & Bar

2.9 miles

Ella Dining Room & Bar

3.3 miles

Swabbies On The River

6.5 miles

Pearl On The River

1.1 miles

Golden 1 Center

2.9 miles

Downtown Farmers' Market

3.8 miles

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    Best Sacramento Area Neighborhoods for Young Professionals

    The greater Sacramento area has been growing steadily for decades. Fed up with skyrocketing prices in the Bay Area and other parts of California, many young professionals are drawn to the River City for its ample job opportunities in government, health care and education. Add lively nightlife, world-class restaurants and outdoor recreation and it’s no wonder so many 20- to 30-somethings call Sacramento home.

    The greater Sacramento area also has varied housing options. From hip downtown lofts to charming bungalows and new construction, there are choices to meet every taste and budget. But where exactly should young professionals live in Sacramento? The following neighborhoods in and around Sacramento are the most popular for young professionals.

    Midtown

    Midtown Farmers’ Market

    With its plethora of restaurants, bars, coffee shops, live music venues and indie boutiques, midtown is perhaps the most popular area for young professionals in Sacramento. The culture is robust and hip, and there’s always something going on, whether a food festival, art showcase or farmers market. Victorian-era homes line the tree-covered streets, and locals can walk out their front doors to their neighborhood eatery for a bite to eat.

    Midtown Hotspots

    Kupros Craft House Sacramento, CA

    Food:Beast + Bounty, Cantina Alley, Localis
    Drinks:Device Brewing Company, Kupros Craft House, The Flamingo House

    Downtown

    Downtown Sacramento

    With the construction of the Golden One Center, downtown Sacramento is hotter than ever. Most of the city’s financial, corporate and government offices are located here (i.e.: jobs!) meaning commute time is zilch. Walkable streets, entertainment complexes, farmers markets and plenty of bars and restaurants make for a lively and happening neighborhood. Plus, brand-new apartments, lofts and condos mean housing choices are abundant.

    Downtown Hotspots

    Urban Roots Brewery & Smokehouse Sacramento

    Food:Camden Spit & Larder, Echo & Rig, Urban Roots Brewery & Smokehouse
    Drinks:Tiger, Coin Op Game Room, Fizz

    East Sacramento

    East Sacramento, CA

    East Sacramento isn’t as bustling as downtown and midtown, but it strikes the right balance of lively and quiet. Shady streets and parks make it popular for young families, but top-notch restaurants and energetic bars draw kid-free professionals as well. While it gets a bad rap as having nothing but high-priced homes, it actually has a wide variety of options, from small historic starter homes to new townhomes.

    East Sacramento Hotspots

    Canon Sacramento, CA

    Food:Canon, Kru, Tacoa
    Drinks:SacYard Community Tap House, Clubhouse 56, Bonn Lair

    North Oak Park

    North Oak Park is a revitalized enclave of hip boutiques, eateries and cafés. The neighborhood is known for its community events, including Gather Oak Park, which brings together music, art, food and drink. Indie art galleries line the main corridor of Broadway, and shops sell everything from clothing to plants to second-hand books. Housing runs the gamut too, and ranges from large vintage bungalows to sleek modern condos.

    North Oak Park Hotspots

    Oak Park Brewing Company Sacramento

    Food:La Venadita, Arthur Henry’s Supper Club, Fixins Soul Kitchen
    Drinks:Oak Park Brewing Company, Old Soul @ 40 Acres, Vibe Health Bar

    Curtis Park

    The 9 Hottest Sacramento Area Neighborhoods for Young Professionals: Curtis Park

    Bordering North Oak Park on the west, Curtis Park is a fast-growing community that has a suburban feel but is still close to all the action. Historic homes and ample green spaces give it the active vibe young professionals are looking for. In fact, Curtis Park was named one of the 10 hottest neighborhoods in the entire country out of about 200,000 neighborhoods! With easy access to downtown, Curtis Park is emerging as a popular area for young professionals to call home. Additionally, its namesake park is the perfect spot for jogging, dog walking and picknicking.

    Curtis Park Hotspots

    Pangaea Bier Cafe Sacramento California

    Food:Café Dantorels, Pangaea Bier Cafe
    Drinks:Hop Gardens, Track 7

    Tahoe Park

    A bit further east is the up-and-coming community of Tahoe Park. This mostly-residential neighborhood is known for its quiet streets and family-friendly vibe. Its namesake park anchors the area, and is host to youth sports, community yoga classes and holiday events. Housing options are modest single-family homes as well as new developments with all the bells and whistles.

    Tahoe Park Hotspots

    Food:Bacon & Butter, Kansai Ramen & Sushi, MoMo’s Meat Market
    Drinks:Sac City Brews

    West Sacramento

    West Sacramento Farmers' Market

    Just a hop, skip and a jump over the Sacramento River, West Sacramento is a burgeoning community with everything a young professional could ask for. Restaurants, bars, shopping centers, farmers markets and plenty of outdoor recreation make it a great choice for those starting out. In addition, it’s just a short drive to downtown, making commuting (and weekend excursions) a breeze. New neighborhoods are springing up with single-family homes, and there are also modern, urban condos as well.

    West Sacramento Hotspots

    Yolo Brewing Company Sacramento

    Food:Broderick’s Roadhouse, Burgers and Brew, Kick n Mule
    Drink:Drakes: The Barn, Bike Dog Brewing, Yolo Brewing Company

    Folsom

    Folsom, California

    Young professionals looking for a taste of suburban life should consider a move to Folsom. Just about 30 minutes from downtown Sacramento, Folsom is a commute, but its abundant restaurants, bars, shopping, parks and recreation make it worthwhile. There’s a quaint historic district that hosts community events, and plenty of outdoor space. Folsom Lake is next door, as is Lake Natoma, a popular paddling spot. The American River Bike Trail wends its way through the town, so it’s a great spot for active young professionals.

    Folsom Hotspots

    Sutter Street Steakhouse Folsom, CA

    Food:Marly and Moo, Mystique Dining, Sutter Street Steakhouse
    Drinks:Powerhouse Pub, Out of Bounds Brewing, Manderes

    Elk Grove

    Elk Grove is a quiet bedroom community south of Sacramento. But quiet doesn’t necessarily mean boring. There are tons of things to do here, from vibrant community festivals to wine tasting. Shopping, dining, neighborhood parks and breweries make it a good choice for young professionals as well as growing families. Plus, housing is abundant, making it one of the most affordable areas in the greater Sacramento region.

    Elk Grove Hotspots

    Food:Journey to the Dumpling, Boulevard Bistro, Kintaro Sushi Bar
    Drinks:Flatland Brewing Company, Tilted Mash, McConnell Estates Winery

    Category Elk Grove, Folsom, Neighborhood Guides, Sacramento

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    Elizabeth Penney is a content writer for Lyon Real Estate and the Lyon Local blog. A Sacramento native with a marketing background, she shares her insider knowledge on restaurants, attractions and outdoor activities throughout the greater Sacramento area and beyond.

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  • 2663 Alcove Way
    Sacramento, CA 95833
    (916) 426-7530
    Thurs - Tues: 10am - 5pm
    Wed: 2pm - 5pm

  • 3051 Cityscape Walk
    Sacramento, CA 95833
    (916) 426-7508
    Thurs - Tues: 10am - 5pm
    Wed: 2pm - 5pm


  • 2868 Edgeview Drive
    Sacramento, CA 95833
    (916) 426-7509
    Thurs - Tues: 10am - 5pm
    Wed: 2pm - 5pm


  • 2980 Endsley Avenue
    Sacramento, CA 95833
    (916) 426-7540
    Thurs - Tues: 10am - 5pm
    Wed: 2pm - 5pm

The Cove Artisan

2663 Alcove Way
Sacramento, CA 95833
(916) 426-7530
Thurs - Tues: 10am - 5pm
Wed: 2pm - 5pm

  • NumberStepMileage
    1.Take US-101 S/Central Freeway 0.4mi
    2.Use the left 2 lanes to take the Interstate 80 exit toward Bay Bridge/Oakland 3.0mi
    3.Merge onto I-80 E 11.8mi
    4.Keep left to stay on I-80 E 69.2mi
    5.Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 1A for I-80 toward Reno 0.7mi
    6.Continue onto I-80 E 2.6mi
    7.Take the W El Camino Avenue exit 0.3mi
    8.Turn right onto W El Camino Avenue exit 0.2mi
    9.Turn left onto North Cove Street0.0mi
    10.Turn left onto Endsley Avenue0.0mi
    11.Turn left onto Bathford Street0.0mi
    12.Turn right onto Alcove Way0.0mi
  • From Sacramento Int'l Airport
    NumberStepMileage
    1.Take I-5 S toward Sacramento 5.6mi
    2.Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 522 to merge onto I-80 W toward San Francisco 1.3mi
    3.Take exit 85 for W El Camino Ave0.3mi
    4.Sharp left onto W El Camino Ave. 0.5mi
    5.Turn left onto North Cove Street0.0mi
    6.Turn left onto Endsley Avenue0.0mi
    7.Turn left onto Bathford Street0.0mi
    8.Turn right onto Alcove Way0.0mi
  • NumberStepMileage
    1.Take I-5 N toward Woodland 2.3mi
    2.Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 521B for West El Camino Avenue 0.2mi
    3.Use any lane to turn left onto W El Camino Ave 1.1mi
    4.Turn right onto North Cove Street0.0mi
    5.Turn left onto Endsley Avenue0.0mi
    6.Turn Left onto Bathford Street0.0mi
    7.Turn right onto Alcove Way0.0mi
GPS Coordinates Latitude: 38.6167
Longitude: -121.5293
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The Cove Artisan

2663 Alcove Way
Sacramento, CA 95833
(916) 426-7530
Thurs - Tues: 10am - 5pm
Wed: 2pm - 5pm

The Cove Edgeview

3051 Cityscape Walk
Sacramento, CA 95833
(916) 426-7508
Thurs - Tues: 10am - 5pm
Wed: 2pm - 5pm


  • NumberStepMileage
    1.Take US-101 S/Central Freeway 0.4mi
    2.Use the left 2 lanes to take the Interstate 80 exit toward Bay Bridge/Oakland 3.0mi
    3.Merge onto I-80 E 11.8mi
    4.Keep left to stay on I-80 E 69.2mi
    5.Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 1A for I-80 toward Reno 0.7mi
    6.Continue onto I-80 E 2.6mi
    7.Take the W El Camino Avenue exit 0.3mi
    8.Turn right onto W El Camino Avenue exit 0.2mi
    9.Turn left onto North Cove Street0.0mi
    10.Turn left onto Endsley Avenue0.0mi
    11.Turn right onto Bathford Street0.0mi
    12.Turn left onto Lone Silo Avenue0.0mi
    13.Turn slight right onto Cityscape Walk0.0mi
  • NumberStepMileage
    1.Take I-5 S toward Sacramento 5.6mi
    2.Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 522 to merge onto I-80 W toward San Francisco1.3mi
    3.Take exit 85 for W El Camino Ave0.3mi
    4.Sharp left onto W El Camino Ave. 0.5mi
    5.Turn left onto North Cove Street0.0mi
    6.Turn left onto Endsley Avenue0.0mi
    7.Turn right onto Bathford Street0.0mi
    8.Turn left onto Lone Silo Avenue0.0mi
    9.Turn slight right onto Cityscape Walk0.0mi
  • NumberStepMileage
    1.Take I-5 N toward Woodland 2.3mi
    2.Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 521B for West El Camino Avenue0.2mi
    3.Use any lane to turn left onto W El Camino Ave 1.1mi
    4.Turn right onto North Cove Street0.0mi
    5.Turn left onto Endsley Avenue0.0mi
    6.Turn right onto Bathford Street0.0mi
    7.Turn left onto Lone Silo Avenue0.0mi
    8.Turn slight right onto Cityscape Walk0.0mi
GPS Coordinates Latitude: 38.6167
Longitude: -121.5293
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The Cove Edgeview

3051 Cityscape Walk
Sacramento, CA 95833
(916) 426-7508
Thurs - Tues: 10am - 5pm
Wed: 2pm - 5pm


The Cove Westward

2868 Edgeview Drive
Sacramento, CA 95833
(916) 426-7509
Thurs - Tues: 10am - 5pm
Wed: 2pm - 5pm


  • NumberStepMileage
    1.Take US-101 S/Central Freeway 0.4mi
    2.Use the left 2 lanes to take the Interstate 80 exit toward Bay Bridge/Oakland 3.0mi
    3.Merge onto I-80 E 11.8mi
    4.Keep left to stay on I-80 E 69.2mi
    5.Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 1A for I-80 toward Reno 0.7mi
    6.Continue onto I-80 E 2.6mi
    7.Take the W El Camino Avenue exit 0.3mi
    8.Turn right onto W El Camino Avenue exit 0.2mi
    9.Turn left onto North Cove Street0.0mi
    10.Turn left onto Endsley Avenue0.0mi
    11.Turn right onto Bathford Street0.0mi
    12.Turn left onto Lone Silo Avenue0.0mi
    13.Turn right onto Edgeview Drive0.0mi
  • Sacramento Int'l Airport
    NumberStepMileage
    1.Take I-5 S toward Sacramento 5.6mi
    2.Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 522 to merge onto I-80 W toward San Francisco1.3mi
    3.Take exit 85 for W El Camino Ave0.3mi
    4.Sharp left onto W El Camino Ave. 0.5mi
    5.Turn left onto North Cove Street0.0mi
    6.Turn left onto Endsley Avenue0.0mi
    7.Turn right onto Bathford Street0.0mi
    8.Turn left onto Lone Silo Avenue0.0mi
    9.Turn right onto Edgeview Drive0.0mi
  • NumberStepMileage
    1.Take I-5 N toward Woodland 2.3mi
    2.Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 521B for West El Camino Avenue0.2mi
    3.Use any lane to turn left onto W El Camino Ave 1.1mi
    4.Turn right onto Orchard Lane0.1mi
    5.Slight right onto Lone Silo Avenue0.0mi
    6.Turn left onto Edgeview Drive0.2mi
GPS Coordinates Latitude: 38.6167
Longitude: -121.5293
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The Cove Westward

2868 Edgeview Drive
Sacramento, CA 95833
(916) 426-7509
Thurs - Tues: 10am - 5pm
Wed: 2pm - 5pm


The Cove Windrow

2980 Endsley Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95833
(916) 426-7540
Thurs - Tues: 10am - 5pm
Wed: 2pm - 5pm

  • NumberStepMileage
    1.Take US-101 S/Central Freeway0.4mi
    2.Use the left 2 lanes to take the Interstate 80 exit toward Bay Bridge/Oakland0.3mi
    3.Merge onto I-80 E 11.8mi
    4.Keep left to stay on I-80 E 69.2mi
    5.Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 1A for I-80 toward Reno0.7mi
    6.Continue onto I-80 E 2.6mi
    7.Take the W El Camino Ave exit 0.3mi
    8.Turn right onto W El Camino Ave exit 0.2mi
    9.Turn left onto North Cove Street0.0mi
    10.Turn left onto Endsley Avenue0.0mi
  • From Sacramento Int’l Airport
    NumberStepMileage
    1.Take I-5 S toward Sacramento 5.6mi
    2.Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 522 to merge onto I-80 W toward San Francisco1.3mi
    3.Take exit 85 for W El Camino Ave0.3mi
    4.Sharp left onto W El Camino Ave. 0.5mi
    5.Turn left onto North Cove Street0.0mi
    6.Turn left onto Endsley Avenue0.0mi
  • NumberStepMileage
    1.Take I-5 N toward Woodland 2.3mi
    2.Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 521B for West El Camino Avenue0.2mi
    3.Use any lane to turn left onto W El Camino Ave 1.1mi
    4.Turn right onto North Cove Street0.0mi
    5.Turn left onto Endsley Avenue0.0mi
GPS Coordinates Latitude: 38.6167
Longitude: -121.5293
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The Cove Windrow

2980 Endsley Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95833
(916) 426-7540
Thurs - Tues: 10am - 5pm
Wed: 2pm - 5pm

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Oak Park, Sacramento, California

Neighborhood of Sacramento in California, United States

Oak Park is a neighborhood in Sacramento, California. The McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific Sacramento Campus, Sacramento High School, and Christian Brothers High School are located in this neighborhood.

Oak Park is informally bounded by U.S. Route 50 to the north, Stockton Boulevard to the east, the South Sacramento (99) Freeway to the west and Fruitridge Road to the south.[1] It is situated within the city limits and provides easy access to Downtown Sacramento. Numbered streets intersect with numbered avenues, with Broadway and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard (formerly known as Sacramento Boulevard) comprising the main thoroughfares.

History[edit]

The early 1900s saw Oak Park as a culturally thriving and economically vibrant, destination neighborhood,[2][3] due in part to its strong sense of community and its ties with and proximity to the Historic site of the California State Fair grounds. Oak Park was originally home to many Caucasians of European descent. The neighborhoods were very well developed and highly prospered due the many businesses in the area. However, in the 1920s the Great Depression came around and Oak Park was never able to fully recover again. After World War II, the whites from the area began moving to buy houses which made the value of the property diminish in the area.[4] The 1960s Interstate freeway expansion program physically divided many historic Sacramento neighborhoods like Oak Park, creating isolated areas of poverty or relative prosperity. Oak Park's sense of community started to decline in the early 1960s as a result of the freeway expansion, declining property values, and families moving out to the suburb communities now made easily accessible by the freeway expansion programs. During the 1980s / 90's further deterioration of the living standards were exacerbated by frequent occurrences of petty theft, street crime, drug activities, and gang-related violence. Recently, the early 2000s saw a slew of real estate speculators and building contractors buying up low-priced homes in some parts of Oak Park that were either abandoned or sold off as unmanageable, and turning them around and reselling them as reasonably priced starter homes, often with financial government assistance. At the same time, many new high-paying jobs moved into the area in connection with the expansion of the University of California Davis Medical Center located to the north of Oak Park, the revitalization of Broadway and Stockton Boulevard, and the expansion of the McGeorge School of Law campus. Former Mayor of SacramentoKevin Johnson founded the St. Hope Company which started helping the charter school system in the area as well carrying out various projects. One of them being making apartments and improving the public buildings in the area.[5] There have been recurring annual events that occur in Oak Park like Sacramento Asian Pacific Film Festival, Oak Park Farmers Market, Sacramento Black Book Fair, and Day of the Dead Oak Park.[6]

Oak Park's downtown[edit]

In addition to being Sacramento's first suburb, Oak Park also developed a second "downtown" retail and entertainment district, distinct from Sacramento's downtown, running along 35th Street between Sacramento Boulevard (now Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard) to the north, and 5th Avenue and McClatchy Park to the South. The street was home to the Piggly-Wiggly, Park Meat Market, and Arata Bros markets; Steen's Corner Saloon; Azevedo's Women's Apparel; Janek and Scurfield canvass goods, Citizens Bank of Oak Park; the Ben Franklin variety store; and many others. The street's arts and entertainment could be found at the Victor Theater (Guild Theater), the California Theater, the Belmonte Gallery or the outdoor theater and pavilion at the park. 35th Street area also played host to the annual July 4th parade.[3]

Oak park's streetcars[edit]

Four of Sacramento's seven downtown streetcar lines terminated in Oak Park. The original line, the Central Street Railway, was founded in 1890 by real estate investor Edwin K. Alsip in hopes of motivating people to move to Oak Park and Highland Park. The horse-drawn streetcars were replaced by cable cars, and shortly after, electric trolley cars. Originating at Second and H streets, it followed J Street to 28th St, then south to Sacramento Boulevard (now called Broadway), where it turned east into the new suburbs of Oak Park. The eastern terminus was a public park, then known as Oak Park (now McClatchy Park), on 35th Street and Fifth Avenue. Sacramento Electric, Gas & Railway Company (later Pacific Gas and Electric Company) would acquire this route and expand to include Route 6 which ran to the Oak Park terminus via Fifth Avenue. Meanwhile, a short Route 5 would run east from the Oak Park terminus and end at the Historic site of the California State Fair grounds on Stockton Boulevard.[7][8]

The Central California Traction Company also ran an interurban rail line from Downtown Sacramento to Stockton. The line headed through Oak Park along Sacramento Boulevard, then Second Avenue, and finally turned south at Stockton Boulevard, running down the eastern edge of Oak Park towards Stockton.

Joyland[edit]

In 1895, Oak Park (McClatchy Park) featured acres of shady oak trees, a zoo, a carousel, and a ballpark. When Sacramento Electric, Gas & Railway Company acquired the Oak Park terminus in 1903, they added a wooden roller coaster, a roller skating rink, an outdoor theater, and a scenic miniature railway. Joyland was born when the park was renovated to include an amusement park, electric lights, and a swimming pool. In addition to local amusement, Joyland was intended to showcase the abilities of electric power and increase ridership on the new electric streetcars.[3]

Joyland caught on fire in 1920 and never reopened. In 1927, Valentine McClatchy purchased the land and gave it to the city to become a city park. Valentine McClatchy named the park in honor of his father James McClatchy, the founder of the Sacramento Bee.[9]

Recent past[edit]

As of 2008, Oak Park faced a variety of challenges sustaining the beginnings of its comeback due in part to an increase in foreclosures and an area-wide decline in property values. Community groups like the Oak Park Neighborhood Association, the South Oak Park Community Association (SOPCA) established in 2014, Community policing efforts, the demand for affordable housing close to the University of California Davis Medical Center and the overall impact that the real estate market will play in the future. Oak Park has recently been hit with gentrifications. Oak park, especially the northern part has been transitioning over the last decade. Some of the changes that have been made are housing values and the new restaurants. The housing prices in Oak Park have tripled and modern buildings and apartments have been built in the neighborhood. The new restaurants that have been built act as community gathering places and local tourism attractions. A few notable restaurants are Vibe Health Bar, KC Kombucha, Fixins, Faria, and Oak Park Brewing Co.[10]

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  • Lotar A. Lampe Sr. Served the community 1993–2011. Extremely involved in community service projects and programs. Oak Park resident from 1974 to 2011. Worked with the Sacramento P.D. in community service, volunteered with Probation to supervise probationers that were doing community service hours, and volunteered whenever possible in events that beautified improved and led to change in Oak Park. He was the president of the Oak Ridge/Christian Brothers Drug Free Zone, and the president of the 35th Street Neighborhood Association. He also volunteered many hours at both the Oak Park Community Center and Father Keith B. Kenny Elementary School, while also raising his two teenage granddaughters.
  • Kevin Johnson, former Mayor of Sacramento, and former NBA star
  • Deborah Ortiz, former California State Legislator representing districts that included Oak Park.
  • Diego Corrales, former boxing champion
  • Cynthia Robinson, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, trumpeter and vocalist in Sly and the Family Stone.
  • Chino Moreno, vocalist of alternative rock group Deftones.
  • Mozzy, Rapper.
  • Callie Carney, Co-founder, CEO, President, Director of Women's Civic Improvement Center, Greater Sacramento Urban League, City Council Member.

References[edit]

  1. ^"Oak Park Neighborhood Association (OPNA)". cityofsacramento.org. City of Sacramento. Retrieved June 14, 2014.
  2. ^OldManFoster. "A Brief History of Oak Park". Midtown Monthly. Retrieved June 4, 2012.
  3. ^ abc"City of Sacramento – Center for Sacramento History – Walking Tours"(PDF). City of Sacramento. Retrieved June 4, 2012.
  4. ^https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/145690633.pdf
  5. ^"St. HOPE Company Started by Kevin Johnson buys Oak Park building for $2.6 Million".
  6. ^"Oak Park".
  7. ^Rodda, Richard. "Sacramento's Streetcars"(PDF). schs.sacramentohistory.info. Sacramento City Historical Society. Archived from the original(PDF) on February 23, 2015. Retrieved June 14, 2014.
  8. ^Burg, William (August 29, 2007). "Sacramento's Streetcar Suburbs, Part 2". sacramentohistory.blogspot.com. The Sacramento Old City Association. Retrieved June 14, 2014.
  9. ^"McClatchy Park and Joyland". cdm15248.contentdm.oclc.org. The Sacramento Room Digitization Project. Retrieved June 14, 2014.
  10. ^https://www.sacbee.com/news/local/sacramento-tipping-point/article238333098.html
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