MVNA uses Nextdoor to distribute information to residents.  Nextdoor is a a web portal and app (Android & iOS) that allows neighbors to communicate with each other. You will be propmpted to create an account with a username and password, and will be guided through a set-up process. More information and how sign up here.


Dear Former Members of Monterey Vista Neighborhood Association:

We miss you and have a special offer for returning members of MVNA. For half the usual membership dues, only $5.00 per family, you may renew your membership,effective until our yearly expiration date of August 31, 2020. Learn more here…

Join the Monterey Vista Neighborhood Association

MVNA is one of the City of Monterey neighborhood associations that represents its residents. Our goal is to preserve the quality and character of our neighborhood areas. Our services include review and comment on selected city programs, proposed ordinances, and building designs. We organize public events and discussions, and provide assistance to members in resolving neighborhood concerns. Members receive updates on important neighborhood news and events.
Stay in touch and join today!

Wednesday, October 23rd, 7-9pm; Community Choice: Energy Generation and Distribution, MVNA Annual Fall Meeting (MIIS Irvine Auditorium) Come learn all about our new choices in power generation, how it works and why we have it.

MVNA Board Meetings
Please feel free to attend one of our neighborhood association board meetings. We usually meet the first Monday of each month (with the exception of July and December, unless needed) in the Solarium Room of the Monterey Library from 6:00-7:45pm. Please contact us if you would like a discussion item added to our meeting agenda. Upcoming meeting schedule, archived agendas, and minutes can be seen here.

Neighborhood Improvement Program (NIP)
Established in 1985, Monterey's Neighborhood Improvement Program (NIP) directs tourist-generated dollars directly back into the City's residential neighborhoods. Under a Charter Amendment, at least 16 percent of the money collected through hotel taxes (Transient Occupancy Tax) must be spent on neighborhood and community improvements. Learn more about our neighborhood's NIP projects-in-progress and how to originate a project here!

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations.  Periodic classes are in the Community Room behind the firehouse and Police station (Pacific and Martin).

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