The Buena Vista Neighborhood Association is a not-for-profit organization consisting of volunteers residing in and around the Buena Vista Neighborhood area. The Association is dedicated to the safety and quality of life of residents as well as the preservation of the historic character of the Buena Vista Neighborhood.
Our neighborhood is located in San Jose, California, a few minutes west of downtown, with boundaries roughly Meridian Avenue on the east, Highway 280 on the south, West San Carlos Street on the north, and Leigh Avenue on the west with a small portion extending West to Rutland.
These odd boundaries are the result of a partial annexation of the Burbank Area from the County of Santa Clara into the City of San Jose.
A copy of the BVNA bylaws are available here.
Association Meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of each month, at 7:00 PM, usually in the home of one of the members, but occasionally at a local restaurant, library, or school. Meetings are attended by the BVNA board, neighbors, representatives from the City of San Jose, Santa Clara County, and commonly the District Attorneys office.
For more information about our next meeting, please check the events calendar or contact us.
Meetings are open to the public, you DO NOT have to live within the Buena Vista Neighborhood boundaries to belong to the Association!
Dues are $25 per year for an individual, $30 for a family, but dues are NOT required to participate in any meetings or functions. Paying dues allows you to vote when we have to decide where to spend money and other official matters. We also offer a business-class membership!