The Casanova-Oak Knoll neighborhood, basically two distinct neighborhoods made up of Casanova and Oak Knoll, was annexed to the City of Monterey in February of 1949. Prior to annexation, it was a rural mix of farms, ranches, and small subdivisions. Until the late 30’s and into the 40’s, it was mainly oak-studded open space. The first actual recorded subdivision covered… Read more →
Monterey Peninsula Airport, next to CONA, has many planes taking off and landing throughout the day, which causes some noise but also makes it very convenient for travel. For questions/concerns about excessive noise, projects they are working on or general questions about airport happenings, check out their Web Site.
Fleet Numerical (FNMOC) is a military base in the neighborhood which collects weather data and distributes it around the country for weatherpeople to use in their reports.
The Monterey Fairgrounds has many activities throughout the year. To find out what events are coming up and to contact them, go to their web site.
The City of Monterey is undergoing a huge effort to renovate the North Fremont corridor to make it a more livable community and a revitalized destination point. See the City of Monterey’s plan web site for more information and latest developments. There has been much discussion between the City of Monterey and CONA. Feel free to contact the CONA president… Read more →
The North Fremont Business District is an organization representing many of the businesses adjacent to CONA.
For an Emergency contact 911 but for non-emergency communications, please contact the Monterey Police using the contact information on their web page.
The May 2013 Newsletter is now available with information about:
The 2011 CONA Neighborhood Cleaup project held on Saturday, June 18, 2011 was a big success, we filled up three packed large flatbed truck loads, two – thirty yard dumpers and a large truckload of hazardous waste from stuff placed on the curb and picked up by the City of Monterey.