“Coloma Community Center in the Springtime”









Springtime is a very special on T Street in the Elmhurst area of Sacramento. The birds are chirping, the squirrels are chasing each other around the trees and having fun, and people are out for runs and riding their bikes. Access Sacramento is located in this very sweet neighborhood.


When you come to visit Access Sacramento you will find yourself in very pleasant surroundings. We are located inside of the Coloma Community Center. The center was once the Coloma School until 1973 when it was turned into a community center. Access Sacramento has been at this location since 1985.

Access Sacramento and the Coloma Community Center are located very close to public transportation. The Light-rail stops at 48th Street and we’re just over the bridge. Walking, Biking, and public transportation are all popular ways to get to Access Sacramento. There is also a Para-transit bus that makes regular stops. No matter how you get here, you’ll arrive to safe and fun place.


The neighborhood is generally safe in Elmhurst, but do not throw caution to the wind and forget your senses. Safety and awareness should be on alert at all times wherever you go. The Coloma Community Center also houses the Sacramento City Department of Parks and Recreation, Sacramento’s Aquatics Department, an art gallery, and the Sacramento City Park Rangers. It’s very nice to have some officers on the premises.










The Coloma Community Center park area closes at sundown. The building is open Monday through Thursday from 9am to 9pm. Access Sacramento’s main office hours are M-F 9am to 6pm. Open until 7pm on most Tuesdays and Thursdays.  The Access Sacramento Office is open on Fridays. You must enter the building from the 46th Street.

We hope to see you in the neighborhood soon!