Selma locals have plenty of exposure to the arts thanks to the Selma Cultural Arts Center. The center is located in an architecturally creative building formerly used by St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. The center includes the C.F. Unger Hall performance space, which is used for theatre and music shows. On occasion, the hall is used as an exhibition space for displays of visual art as well. The center is also dedicated to helping teach artistic disciplines to the Selma community, and has converted a small outbuilding into a studio space where students can take art classes in any medium.
Adventist Medical Cen
Selma locals are kept in excellent health thanks to the Adventist Medical Center. The center is part of the Adventist Health Central Valley Network, allied to other hospitals in towns up and down the valley. This gives the hospital access to any number of skilled specialists, all ready to help out folks in need. The hospital boasts a 24-hour emergency department, high-quality inpatient care, a wide array of in-house specialists, and a number of satellite clinics that help keep community members healthy without making them check into the hospital. With Adventist Medical Center in town, everyone can rest easily and healthfully.
Selma Public Parks
While Selma puts plenty of effort into making sure that businesses are welcome in town, locals have no interest in turning the entire town to become an industrial park, a fear that remains unfounded thanks to Selma's City Parks Division. Parks such as the Selma Pioneer Village, scenic W.H. Shafer Park, and baseball-friendly Brentlinger Park are all kept well-maintained thanks to their tireless work. The division also maintains all the landscaped islands and medians in the town's roads. The parks of Selma each offer something different, from baseball diamonds to shady trees, so everyone is satisfied.