One of the most important ways we can prevent crime and create a clean and safe neighborhood is by organizing a neighborhood group where residents come together to discuss common concerns impacting the neighborhood. I work closely with neighborhood groups to hear the community's larger ongoing concerns as well as to organize solutions around them: from neighborhood cleanup days to installing speed bumps on a busy intersection.
Starting a neighborhood association: If you are interested in starting a neighborhood association or neighborhood watch group - or in helping hold a community meeting in your neighborhood, please get in touch with Jonathan (Jonathan.Perez@sanjoseca.gov) or 408-535-4908.
Joining an existing group: Or you can also check out existing groups listed below and join one near you! Councilwoman Arenas often attends community meetings to hear your concerns. Let us know if you would like your group added to this list.
|Group Name||Meeting Frequency||NA Boundaries||Meeting Location||Meeting Date||Meeting Time|
|District 8 Community Roundtable||Monthly||Evergreen Village Square Library – 4001 Evergreen Village Square||First Thursday of the month||7:00 PM|
|Meadowfair NA||Monthly||Meadowfair – Kidango Community Center – 2696 S. King Road||Last Wednesday of the month||7:00 PM|
|Tully Ocala Capitol King NA||Bi-monthly||Boys and Girls Club of Silicon Valley – 2195 Cunningham Avenue||First Monday of even months||6:30 PM|
|Evergreen Business Association||Monthly||Evergreen Village Square Library – 4001 Evergreen Village Square||Third Thursday of the month||7:30AM|
|Norwood NA||Monthly||White and Tully to Norwood and Ruby||Cedar Grove Elementary School - Multi-purpose room||First Tuesday of the month||7:00 PM|