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City of Monterey

The City of Monterey website is designed to provide residents access to City or local government departments, services and programs. Secondarily, the website also provides residents and visitors links to pertinent visitor-related information about the area. From time to time, departments may wish to provide links to other sites that provide state or federal government information, additional information about the… Read more →

1945 aerial photograph courtesy of UC Santa Barbara Library, Special Collections.

Disappearing Oaks

Our neighborhood development designation started as Oak Knoll. The 1945 photograph compared to images from 1998 and 2016, graphically showing our tree loss. Pine pitch canker took almost all the pine trees. Something is killing the Oaks, whatever virus it is has a defined pattern, the majority of the survivors show the exact symptoms. Let’s see if something can be… Read more →

North Fremont Bike and Pedestrian Groundbreaking

North Fremont Bike and Pedestrian Access and Safety Improvement Project

The North Fremont Bike and Pedestrian Access and Safety Improvements Project will transform North Fremont into a true multi-modal corridor, providing safe access to bicyclists and pedestrians on a vital link between residential, commercial, educational, and community facilities, and will also provide benefits to disadvantaged communities. MORE INFO: Call (831) 646-3921 or visit Monterey.org/NFremontBikePed

2017 Annual Meeting

The CONA 2017 Annual Meeting was held on June 28, 2017 and the minutes are now available (.pdf).

Nextdoor

Many neighbors use Nextdoor, a neighborhood centered social web site which requires you to create an account to view your neighbor’s postings and allow you to post to your neighbors.

Facebook

The Casanova Oak Knoll Facebook page is open to the world, feel free to browse the page even if you don’t have a Facebook account.  If you do have an account you can “Like” the page and add your own comments and pictures.