We won the first heat and now its on to the finals. The Planning Commission voted 4-2 in favor of the residents of Santa Ana….a NO recommendation for rezoning, a NO recommendation for a General Plan Amendment change, a NO recommendation for certifying the Environmental Impact Report and a NO recommendation to the Developers Agreement.
NEXT BIG DATE is February 5, 2019 @ 5 p.m. This is the FINAL and most important date. City Council will vote on the 2525 Main Residential Development. If you’ve been waiting to participate now is the time. Our success in stopping this project is directly related to the residents of Santa Ana that oppose it. We had an excellent turnout at the Jan. 14th Planning Commission meeting. Let’s do this one last time.
We still have a limited number of T-Shirt ($10) available. Order thru firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wearing these shirts at the city meetings does have an impact.
We also have a limited number of window signs ($5) and one lawn sign ($25) available to purchase!
Park Santiago Neighborhood Association is 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. Federal EIN/Tax ID# 82-4194489
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Once the abundant beauty has captured your heart, the charm of Park Santiago will hold it forever. Here, a captivating setting unites with community to create a place like no other. Park Santiago’s 1,175 homes are nestled between 17th Street, the 5 freeway, Main Street, Santiago Park and Lincoln Street. Verdant tree-lined streets, stylish architecture, and friendly neighbors make this Santa Ana neighborhood a hidden gem offering unexpected serenity in a community so near a bustling metropolis.
There’s more fun to be had at the numerous events created for the enjoyment of Park Santiago’s residents and their guests. Kids and adults alike will be entertained and get acquainted at the annual Concert in the Park, the 4th of July parade, and the Park Santiago Neighborhood Association (PSNA) meetings.
PSNA is active in preserving and enhancing the quality of the neighborhood. The PSNA is not an HOA with mandated dues and regulations. The work of PSNA is facilitated by an elected board of volunteers and various volunteer committees helping to make our community a better place to live.