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About CPNA

Cuesta Park Neighborhood Association (CPNA) was formed in 2002 to promote a sense of community pride in our neighborhood, to increase emergency preparedness, to sponsor social activities for residents and to act as a common voice to express our neighbors’ wishes and grievances to the City of Mountain View.

Our neighborhood boundaries are Miramonte Avenue, El Camino Real, Grant Road and the back side of Cuesta Park/ Villa Siena Senior Living Community. We’ve got about 1854 living units within our border.

Anyone who lives within these boundaries is automatically a CPNA member. That includes both homeowners and renters, many of whom have lived here for decades. CPNA is not a “Homeowners Association’’ and does not have rules or restrictions on homeowners or renters. (Individual condos or complexes may however, have their own rules.)

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