Council District 1
Our Upcoming Events
Council District 1 Neighborhoods
District One includes all the northern neighborhoods in Oakland:
- Fairview Park
- Golden Gate
- Hiller Highlands
- Idora Park
- North (Montclair) Hills
- Piedmont Avenue
- Santa Fe
- Upper Rockridge
Community Groups Listings
If you would like to include your community group on this list, please send the name of the group, the meeting time and contact information to email@example.com or call 510-238-7001
Contact: Tim Wallace
DMV Neighbors Association
Contact: Leonora Sea
Driver Park Community Listserve
Driver Park Community Listserve, is for neighbors of Driver Park at Stanford and Adeline Streets in North Oakland. The group hosts a monthly coffee/crop swap in the park, a bi-weekly clean-up and is working on new landscaping.
East Lorin Neighborhood Association
Contact: Jeffrey G. Jensen, Chair
Contact: Anna Barnard (Marian Hopping)
Friends of Golden Gate Library
Friends of Temescal Creek
Contact: Bruce Douglas
Yahoo Group: groups.yahoo.com/group/FRIENDSOFTEMESCALCREEK
The Friends of Temescal Creek (FoTC) is a community organization of Temescal Creek Watershed citizens, businesses and supporting organizations. Temescal Creek flows through Berkeley, Oakland and Emeryville, California. New members and volunteers are welcome!
Water quality monitoring at Lake Temescal on the third Saturday of each month at 10:30 a.m. Email first.
Contact: Aidan Wylde
Greater Mosswood Neighborhood Association
Grizzly Peak Homeowners Association
Contact: Steven Mende
Hills Conservation Network
The Primary Mission of the Hills Conservation Network is to reduce the risk of ignition and fire in the wildland-urban interface by educating the public on the importance of maintaining a canopy of healthy, mature trees of all species. We are against deforestation and against transforming the landscape to the way it may have looked in prehistoric times.
Longfellow Community Association
Contact: Eric Davila
Facebook Page: groups.to/longfellowcommunityassociation
Mission: Residents of the Longfellow (Oakland, CA) community working together to enhance our beautiful, dynamic, diverse community and nurture a friendly, safe and attractive neighborhood that we can all be proud of.
Every 1st Thursday of the month, 7 p.m.
North Oakland Community Charter School (NOCCS) 1000 42nd Street
Lower Rockridge Parents Group
Market Street Corridor Neighborhood Association, Inc.
Contact: Walter Miles
The mission of the Market Street Corridor Neighborhood Association, Inc. is to improve conditions in North Oakland and provide scholarships to local students. Dues are $15.00/year (includes monthly newsletter)
3rd Thursday of each month @ North Oakland Multipurpose Senior Center 5714 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Norfolk-Buckingham Neighborhood Association
Contact: Lorraine Force
Contact: Ann Hammonds
Norfolk-Buckingham Neighborhood Association includes Bristol, Westmoreland, and Drury
North Hills Community Association
NOVA is comprised of North Oakland community members from the Berkeley border to Children's Hospital, and from Telegraph Avenue to MLK Jr, Way.
Oakland Studio Arts Association & The 1000 Friends of Studio One
Call for meeting times
Parkwoods Community Association
Contact: Bob Hood
Phone: 510- 655-1723
Phone: 510- 655-1723
Rockridge Terrace Homeowners Association
Contact: Steve Matthews
Santa Fe Community Association & Neighbors (Santa Fe CAN)
Sibley Park Area Neighborhood Association (SPANA)
Contact: Jim Masters
Yahoo Group: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/sibley
'The Sibley Park Neighborhood Alliance is for residents of Elverton, Thorndale, Ormondale Ct., Observation and some of Skyline.'
Online bulletin board and information resource for the Temescal community
Upper Alvarado Region Neighborhood
Contact: Gary Plotner
Contact: Teresa Ferguson
Neighborhood group with numerous activities geared towards safety and community affairs. Neighborhood consists of Alvarado to Siler Place, Amito, Drury Road and Gravatt.
Last Wednesday every other month beginning in January 7:00 P.M. at Fire Station 7 (intersection of Amito and Gravatt)