Congratulations CONA MEMBERS: Paul and Nathan Warfield have delivering all of your toy donations to the Fire Fighters distribution area. a literal truckload.Thanks to you, over double any previous year, dozens of children will now have Christmas presents, because of you. Well done!
When: Saturday, November 21st 11:00 am-2:00 pm(Weather permitting. We’ll be there if it’s cold but not if it rains!) Where: Back patio of the Monterey Public Library What: We’ve got just the bag for you! And you get to fill it yourself, choosing from a few select genres: Fiction Science Fiction/Fantasy Mystery History Biography Children’s […]
The August 2020 Newsletter is now available with information about: A world changed forever-Pandemic affects health, jobs and economy CONA plays a vital role in keeping you informed 2020 general meeting in September, specifics to be announced Home sales in CONA move quickly Neighborhood community improvement program cuts New building coming to the previous Caruso’s […]
The Monterey Peninsula Airport is updating their Master Plan, the plan of what they are going to be doing and look like over the upcoming years, everything the Airport District does affects CONA resident’s quality of life and property values. Below are links to documents related to this Master Plan: 2018 Monterey Airport Final Environmental […]
CONA is concerned because we have several members who are in the high risk groups. Please refer to the City of Monterey Coronavirus webpage and the State of California Department of Public Health for the latest information about the virus and city services available during this time of crisis.
Why and how to become a CONA member…
The CONA Board of Directors, approximately 50 CONA members, and several city government leaders were present. See the Meeting Minutes for everything that was discussed and decided.
The August 2019 newsletter is now available with information about: North Fremont Pedestrian/Bikeway ribbon cutting slated for September City approves three story mixed use at Airport Road/North Fremont CONA 2019 annual meeting Ralston requests to add to Fairgrounds Parking program Neighborhood Improvement Program 2019 Disappearing coastal oak trees Casanova Oak Knoll Park Center Movie in […]
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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 […]