Neighborhood Power Partners
Neighborhood Power Partners is a pilot where residents are ambassadors to their neighbors, providing education on the benefits of switching from gas to electricity for our environment, the health and wellness of the community and their families.
Residents who have installed gas-to-electric upgrades in their homes will share how these improvements improved the efficiency and comfort of their homes and helped them save on their electric bills.
This pilot is launching in Curtis Park and Oak Park and will be open to other neighborhoods and businesses in the future.
Curtis Park is a largely residential neighborhood and is known for its charming vintage homes including Victorian, Bungalow, and 1920s revival style subdivisions.
Sacramento's first suburb, Oak Park also developed a second "downtown" retail and entertainment district.
We’re here to help make it easier to switch to cleaner, healthier, safer and more efficient electric appliances and systems for your home. Learn about our rebates and incentives.
Want to learn more about going electric and renewable energy? Explore our educational videos, presentations and online activities.
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Curtis Park is defined as north of Sutterville Road, south of Broadway Ave., east of Freeport Boulevard and west of Highway 99. Curtis Park is a largely residential neighborhood and is known for its charming vintage homes including Victorian, Bungalow, and 1920s revival style subdivisions.
The Curtis Park Electric Stars are residents who have made upgrades from gas to electric and are eager to share their experiences with their neighbors. If you live in the neighborhood, the Curtis Park Electric Stars ready to help you make the change with information about SMUD rebates and access to qualified contractors. To learn more, email the Curtis Park Electric Stars.
Also, if you’ve upgraded from gas to electric and were happy with your contractor, let the Curtis Park Electric Stars know!
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 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to the north and 5th Avenue and McClatchy Park to the south. Oak Park is located southeast of downtown Sacramento. Broadway, a major boulevard in the city, forms a kind of commercial spine through the area, and is lined with palm trees and quaint older commercial buildings.
If you live in the neighborhood, the Oak Park Neighborhood Association and the Oak Park Power Partners are ready to help with information about SMUD programs and services, rebates and access to qualified contractors. To learn more, email the Oak Park Neighborhood Association.