Sunnyvale Neighborhoods

Sunnyvale Neighborhoods is the umbrella organization for the officers of Sunnyvale Neighborhood Associations. Sunnyvale Neighborhoods meets quarterly. The organization enables neighborhood association leaders to meet, exchange ideas, and hear about what is going on in Sunnyvale. It provides opportunities to meet with city officials and greatly enhances local neighborhood activities.


Membership in Sunnyvale Neighborhoods is open to:

  • Chairpersons and key officers of Sunnyvale Neighborhood Associations
  • Any Sunnyvale resident actively interested in forming a neighborhood association where there is none
  • Sunnyvale City Council Members
  • Third parties having a close association with Sunnyvale Neighborhoods and approved by the Sunnyvale Neighborhoods leadership

If you meet these requirements and wish to join us please click the button below:

Click Here to Join

When you join you will be added to the Sunnyvale Neighborhoods Yahoo Group, Sunnyvale Neighborhoods Yahoo Group, which is our major means of communication among our members.

This site and the associated Yahoo Group are meant to be apolitical and friendly. The intent of the Sunnyvale Neighborhoods is to share information and build community. We are about having fun in our neighborhoods and promoting the general welfare. Our main objective is for everyone to get to know their neighbors. Posting notices about Sunnyvale events of general interest is encouraged. Highly politicized and anti-city messages will be removed at the discretion of the moderators. Post your political messages on Sunnyvale Politics. Membership in this Group implies acceptance of these conditions.


Feb 2019 Meeting

Our next quarterly meeting will be Monday February 11th, 7-8:30pm, in the Neighborhood Room, Sunnyvale Community Center, 550 E. Remington Drive.

We have some great items on the agenda- hope you can make it (or feel free to send someone to represent your association).


  • 7:00 pm - Welcome and Introductions- Reid Myers

  • 7:10 pm - Update on Sunnyvale Downtown Project, Travis Duncan Saris Regis Come hear the latest on plans and construction happening downtown!

  • 7:40 pm - Potential change to City Council Elections, Jaqui Guzman, City of Sunnyvale Our election process will likely be changing in Sunnyvale, come hear about why, and how you can contribute to the process!

  • 8:00 pm - Sharing Neighborhood Best Practices, Valerie Suares, SNAIL/Reid Myers We haven't shared best practices in a long time. Please come with ideas about what you'd like to know from other associations and anything yours does that you feel people will benefit from! Questions like: How do you get and welcome new members? What activities do you do? What do you like best about your association?

  • 8:20 pm - Announcements/Wrap up

  • 8:30 pm - Adjourn

THANKS so much! Hope to see you there!

Upcoming Meetings

  • Monday February 11, 2019
  • Monday May 13, 2019
  • Monday August 12, 2019
  • Monday November 18, 2019

Sunnyvale Neighborhood Associations

There are 27 Sunnyvale Neighborhood Associations. Neighborhood associations encourage their neighborhood residents to meet each other, improve neighborhood safety, and enhance neighborhood pride. Many individual neighborhood associations maintain their own Yahoo Group, mailing List, and web page. Sunnyvale maintains a web page for all neighborhood associations with several useful links, Sunnyvale Neighborhood Associations .

Many associations, e.g. Cherryhill, require that you live within their association boundaries to join. Other associations may accept you if you live nearby. In order to receive Sunnyvale neighborhoods information while you are an outsider, it is suggested that you join Sunnyvale Cafe for similar information. It is suggested that leaders of existing Sunnyvale neighborhood associations cross-post information of general interest to Sunnyvale Café.

New Neighborhood Associations

If you live in Sunnyvale but do not live in an existing neighborhood association, you should consider forming a neighborhood association. There is a list of existing neighorhood associations at Sunnyvale Neighborhood Associations List.

You can look at a map of existing Sunnyvale neighborhood associations at Sunnyvale Neighborhood Associations Map . The map will show if reside in an existing neighborhood association or indicate that you need to form one. Talk to your neighbors and we are sure you will quickly find someone who is chomping at the bit to help form a neighborhood association. The formation of new neighborhood associations is encouraged. It's easy. It's very rewarding.

If you are interested in forming a new neighborhood organization contact Alisha Rodrigues, Community Services Division, City of Sunnyvale

Umbrella Organization

At the present time Reid Myers, and Wayne Amacher are are sharing the coordination of Sunnyvale Neighborhoods. Send email to both of us at Duo. Reid and Wayne share the chairing of future meetings. Reid is moderating the Yahoo Group with Wayne as co-moderator. Wayne is tracking membership and maintaining the web site. Basically, we two are working together to improve and grow the organization.

Alisha Rodrigues Community Services Division, City of Sunnyvale, is our city liasion person.

Scheduled Meetings


You are welcome to contact Reid and Wayne at Duo with your inputs and with suggestions for future meeting topics.