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Howard Neal is the winner of the raffle for Warriors v Rockets tickets. Congratulations, Howard. And thank you Councilmember Campbell Washington for donating these tickets for our fundraiser.

Established in 1941

Piedmont Pines is one of Oakland'’s oldest, most organized voluntary neighborhood associations. We've earned praise from many city dignitaries--including Mayor Schaaf--for being one of the city's most productive 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.


Four generations of District 4 City Council members support Chabot at 2015 event:  Dick Spees, Libby Schaaf, Jean Quan and Annie Campbell Washington, two of whom rose to represent us as mayor. 

Photo by Shawn Stark

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Rocks painted by resident Frank Edie


Pay your dues today

Our dues begin at only $30 for an entire calendar year--quite a bargain when you visit our PPNA Projects navigation button to see all your association does on behalf of making our neighborhood special, inviting, welcoming and FABULOUS.

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


1.  Online through our Member Center (see article to the right), or


2.  Mail a check to

PO Box 13292
Oakland CA 94661-3292


News Notes

Utility Undergrounding: Phase 1 (Ascot Dr) is done with the exception of two antenna poles. Phase 2 (Chelton) planning and design is under way. Learn more.

Member Center

If you don't see our new "Member Center" in the navigation buttons above next to "Home", it's because you're not signed in. Forgot your login info? Send us an email with your name and street address and we'll trigger the system to send it back to you. 

The member center is where you'll find all kinds of goodies, and where you can pay your dues, change your password, update your email address and more. 

[An oddity about our new software: If you see the term "Organization," that is your street address. Sometimes you'll see it twice. Sorry, it's unfixable. Wanna know why? The software was developed for a different type of association than Piedmont Pines and certain things are unalterable. Oh, well...the advantages outweigh the disadvantages.] 

Neighbors make Piedmont Pines a great place to live.
Neighbors bring our vision to life.
Your neighborhood association brings one LOUD voice to any table where our issues need to be heard.


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