Neighborhood Association News

Neighborhood associations help keep our community safe, clean, and healthy. Neighborhood association, neighborhood watch, business association, or other type of neighborhood group offers several benefits that will help you maintain or improve the strength of your community. You and your neighbors have the opportunity to amplify your voice to help you shape what happens in your neighborhood provide opportunities for you to meet other residents keep you informed of proposed construction or improvements of homes and businesses in your neighborhood connect you to City staff, elected officials, and other agencies looking for help with improving the livability of your neighborhood.

For many years, we have worked directly with several neighborhood associations; their contact information is included below.  To find out about Neighborhood Associations in other areas of Sacramento, go to:  http://www.cityofsacramento.org/ns/nadb/

Oak Park Neighborhood Association (OPNA)

Meeting location: Oak Park Community Center, 3415 Martin L King Blvd. (corner of 8th Avenue and MLK Blvd.), Sacramento, CA 
Contact Person: Michael Boyd, Oak Park Neighborhood Association President, 916.341.9755, e-mail: opna.president@gmail.com
Council District: 5
Association Boundaries:
North – US 50
South – Fruitridge Road
East – Stockton Blvd.
West – Highway 99
Criteria for Joining: Live or work within boundaries or interested in making improvements and enhancements to the Oak Park community.
Meeting dates: First Thursday each month, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. (confirm with the organization).

Gardenland/Northgate Neighborhood Association (GNNA)

Meeting Location:  Stanford Settlement, 450 West El Camino Ave., Sacramento, CA 95833
Contact Person: Annette Emery;  e-mail:  involvedcitizen27@yahoo.com
Council District: 1
Association Boundaries: 
North – I-80
South – Garden Highway
East – East Main Drainage Canal
West – Northgate Park (High tension wires)
Criteria for Joining: Be a resident, property owner or business owner in the area
Meeting dates: Second Thursday of February, April, June, August, October, December, beginning at 6:30 p.m. (confirm with the organization)

Fruitridge Manor Neighborhood Association

Meeting Location:  Stockton Blvd.
Partnership, Stanford Settlement, 450 West El Camino Ave., Sacramento, CA 95833
Contact Person: Mary Avila-Rogers, FMNA President, e:mail: marys_angels@hotmail.com   
Council District: 6                                                                                                                         
Association Boundaries:
North – Fruitridge Road
South – Lemon Hill
East – 71st Ste.
West – Stockton Blvd.
Meeting location: 5625 Stockton Blvd (Stockton Blvd Resource Center)
Meeting dates: 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm (Confirm with the organization)