- Community Partnerships
- Neighborhood Associations
Whether you are new to Citrus Heights and still unpacking all of your moving boxes or if you've lived here since childhood, we encourage you to check out your local neighborhood area to see how you can get involved and make a difference in the community.
What is a Neighborhood Area?
A neighborhood area is not the same as a homeowners' association. You do not have to pay dues and you do not have to own a house to belong. In fact, anyone who lives, works, or owns property in Citrus Heights can get involved.
Neighborhood areas are groups of grassroots community volunteers who work together to make a difference in their neighborhoods and in the city. Citrus Heights is divided into 11 neighborhoods with 9 different neighborhood organizations representing each area, with areas 7, 8, and 9 being combined. In fact, developing the neighborhood organizations was voted by the public as one of the Top 10 Accomplishments by the City of Citrus Heights since incorporation in January 1997. Each neighborhood organization has its own bylaws and board which meets on a regular basis to discuss improvements and neighborhood projects.
For More Information
Neighborhood areas exist for your benefit and welcome your input and participation. To find out more about your neighborhood association, check the map below to find your neighborhood, and go to the neighborhood web pages for contact information. You can also contact the city's REACH coordinator at 916-725-2448 or by emailing the REACH Coordinator.
Areas 10 - Sylvan Old Auburn Road