Meadowview, Sacramento, California

Meadowview, Sacramento, California

Meadowview, Sacramento, California

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Meadowview is a neighborhood of Sacramento, California located in the southernmost of the city.


It is bordered by 47th avenue to the north, the Watt/I-80–Downtown–Meadowview Light Rail Line to the east, an open field to the south, and State Route 160 on the west. The Meadowview area is also located near Interstate Highway 5 (I-5). The neighborhood started out with middle and working class African-American families migrating from the Bay Area, Deep South, and Midwest. Early on it was a tight knit community with many families attending the same church congregations or sharing the common bond of migrating to Sacramento from other areas of the country. There were also working professionals with college degrees in the community such as Doctors, Teachers and many veterans. During the late 1970s to early 1980s more families started to migrate from the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles. During this time many businesses closed down in the neighborhood. Crime and gangs started to prevail. Once considered a war zone during the 1980s and early 1990s, Meadowview is vastly improving from its bad reputation to a place where families can be safely raised. New additions like the Sam C. Pannell Community Center (named after the late African American city official), Walgreens and new housing development on the south side of the neighborhood.


The Meadowview area is zoned by the Sacramento City Unified School District with schools in the...
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