2018 EVENTS

June 2: Neighborhood Garage Sale (click for Google map)

August 25: Pool Party

November 3: Chili Cook-Off

December 16: Holiday Caroling




We Want to Hear from You!

Tell us what you think of the PCA and its efforts. We are conducting two online surveys about our events and our newsletter to help us improve. Links to those surveys can be found on Nextdoor.com by searching "PCA survey."  

If you have any other feedback or suggestions, we invite you to email us at parkmead@parkmead.org or to reach out directly to any of our Board members (listed under About Us).


Annual Membership Dues

You can now pay your $15 annual membership dues with PayPal. Please check "yes" to include your mailing address for our membership records.

If you'd like to contribute to the Newell Pathway, please specify in the "special instructions" section on the payment page. 



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Welcome to the website for the Parkmead Community Association (PCA)!  

The PCA helps promote the peace, health, quality of life, 
safety, and environment of the Parkmead area. 
We encourage and sponsor neighborhood activities and events, and we communicate the interests of the membership to city and county governmental bodies.

The PCA is a voluntary membership organization with an elected board of directors. 





The Parkmead neighborhood is on the south side of Walnut Creek, near the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center off South Main Street and California Boulevard.  The neighborhood includes all the houses that can be reached via Lilac Drive and Newell Avenue.

There are some 620 homes in our neighborhood along with the Parkmead Elementary School, Tice Creek School (K-8), the Hillside Covenant Church and the Chabad of Contra Costa, while Las Lomas High School is just across from us on South Main Street. Las Trampas Creek and Tice Valley Creek both run through our neighborhood.

We are in walking distance of downtown Walnut Creek with about one-third of the homes within the city boundary.
 
Most of the homes are single-story ranch houses that were built after World War II and in the 1950s.



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Contact us at parkmead@parkmead.org

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