Established in 1941
Piedmont Pines has won praise from many civic leaders as being one of Oakland's most organized and productive voluntary neighborhood associations.
When we speak, we're listened to. Decision makers know our residents care and stay engaged. We pitch in on beautification projects, keep one another informed to protect against crime, attend emergency preparedness training and drills, and the list goes on.
Photo by Shawn Stark
Four generations of District 4 City Council members at a 2015 event at Chabot Space & Science Center: Dick Spees, Libby Schaaf, Jean Quan and Annie Campbell Washington.
Pay your dues today
Our dues, which are completely voluntary, begin at only $30 for an entire calendar year. Visit PPNA Projects to see all your association does on behalf of making our neighborhood special, inviting, welcoming and FABULOUS. We can only do it with your support.
Have suggestions, questions, comments, requests for your association?
[We DO give priority to voices of our paid members :-)].
We will soon be introducing benefits for paid-members-only. Our dues year begins January 1, and all memberships expire on December 31. Keep your dues current so you don't miss out on important information.
How to pay dues
- Online through our Member Center You'll need to be in our roster and have a user name and password. For help, email us.
- Mail a check to
PO Box 13292
Oakland, CA 94661-3292
PPNA News of Note
Learn more and see maps
Phase 1 (Ascot Dr) is done with the exception of two antenna poles--one on Burton, one at Skyline/Ascot. Oakland's planning department is working with PPNA and Crown Castle (antenna owners) to resolve this.
Phase 2 (Chelton corridor): The boundary map is done. The next step is for the City to complete an engineering assessment (completion due 4th quarter 2016) so residents will know the price when they vote yes or no to establishing an assessment district. Balloting is slated for first quarter 2017.
Phase 3 (Castle corridor): There won't be any action here until Phase 2 is nearly completed.
New state septic regulations
Alameda County is working on an plan to comply with new state regulations intended to improve the quality of the underground water supply. Hearings are scheduled in March, with a public review and comment period from March 11 to March 29. If you're on septic, please let us know so we can keep you informed of developments. email us with your address.