Staying in touch

All new Website & Member Center

Not only is this website new and refreshed, it now also includes a brand new Member Center. On the home page, log in with your user name and password (we emailed you your user name and password that you're free to change to something more user-friendly. If you've lost/forgotten your user name or password, email us and we'll flip it back to you.)

You'll then see "Member Center" in the green navigation bar. Click on that and you'll find a central hub for you, as a member, to manage your account information and interact with the association and fellow members. From this area you can update personal information, process online registrations, communicate with other members among many other things.

Over time, we'll be making certain spots on the website available only to members whose dues are paid for the current year, so be sure to click on "My Dues Renewal" if you haven't paid for this year. Our dues year runs from January through December.


Send an email to our general mailbox--we'll get it to the right person or answer you directly, usually within 24 hours

Send an email to a specific member of our board. Find names and email links.


Call Robbie Neely at 510 530-4286. She'll get you to the right person if she can't help you directly.

U.S. Mail 

Piedmont Pines Neighborhood Association
PO Box 13292
Oakland, CA 94661-3292 (yes, 94661 is correct)


This is our ultra-local listserve, just for Piedmont Pines.  Subscriptions climbed in just one year from zero to nearly 700 within our boundaries.  We will increasingly be using Nextdoor to blast out critical news, alerts and updates on projects such as utility undergrounding. To join Nextdoor, send us an email and we'll send you an invitation to join after confirming you reside in our boundaries.  Learn more.


We e-mail a newsletter with information uniquely tailored to our neighborhood about once a month to residents who have given us an e-mail address.  If you haven’t received an e-newsletter in the last few months, we likely don’t have a current email address for you.  You can add it in the Member Center under My Account

Annual Meeting

On the last Monday each January, we hold our Annual Community Meeting. We pack the agenda full of city leaders and thought provokers. Watch our calendar for details.

Annual Mailer

January is the only time of the year we schedule a physical mailing to reach those without e-mail addresses.  This mailing includes a newsletter including the Annual Meeting agenda, annual dues invoice and return envelope.

Emergency Call Service

In 2008, we established a service where, with the push of a button, we can send a phone message to all residents who've provided us a phone number. We use this only for urgent matters. Some examples: Status reports following earthquake, fire or other disaster, if phones are working, tree fallen over one of our major streets, traffic rerouting,and important community event reminders.