This is an online community for the Hamann Park Neighborhood Association (HPNA), roughly bounded by 880, Winchester, Hamilton & Moorpark. If you live in this area, please join as a member.
Inquiries, suggestions & offers to help can be directed to the HPNA Board of Directors at email@example.com.
Contact & Mailing Address:
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS (PDF)
Emergencies or crimes in progress:
Home Phone: Dial 9-1-1
Campbell Cell Phone: 408-378-8161
San Jose Cell Phone: 408-277-8911
Report suspicious activity:
Campbell residents: 408-866-2101
San Jose residents: Dial 3-1-1
Outside SJ & Cell 408 277 8900
Campbell (408) 866-2191
SJ Hotline: 866-249-0543
San Jose Clean App
CalTrans Graffiti Reporting App (use for Highways 280/880/17)
Campbell (408) 866-2712
San Jose 408 535 7770
Blight Violation (Campbell)
Blight Violation (San Jose)
Homeless Encampments (San Jose 408 510 7600
PG&E Outages: 1-800-743-5000
San Jose Sports Fields:
Hotline (Rain): 408-794-6532
Campbell 408 866-2177
DOT San Jose 408 535 3850
Cal Trans 408 436 0930
Campbell (408) 866-2177
San Jose 408-277-4341
Traffic Enforcement Request Form
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Forum: A place for people to discuss a question or issue
Posts: A place for you to make a statement or announcement
Events: An upcoming event of interest to the Hamann Park community.
To communicate directly with the HPNA Board, e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Become a Member of or Renew Your Membership in the Hamann Park Neighborhood Association - Only $20/Year
BeautifySJ - Monroe/Hamann Park Neighborhood
What is the Hamann Park CERT and how it will help us in times of emergency? In the above video, we talk to two of the leaders of Hamann Park CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) and learn what CERT does, how you can get involved and how it complements the block-by-block reinvigoration of the Hamann Park Neighborhood Association. One of the key take-aways is that virtually anyone can help, regardless of ability as the most important thing to meeting both CERT and HPNA is neighbor-to-neighbor communications.
To create a stronger neighborhood to better survive events like COVID-19, we are looking for block captains. What we are looking for is at least one household on each block to help organize our neighborhood on a block-by-block basis.
To learn more about what being a Block Captain entails, go to:
To see where we already have Block Captains:
Sign up at
This is an opportunity for Hamann Park neighbors to help each other and reinvigorate our neighborhood association.
Stay Tuned for the Official Unveiling
The above mural concept was approved by the City of San Jose Public Arts Commission, allowing Hamann Park to move forward with fundraising by working with the San Jose Parks Foundation and commissioning the artist.
Lila Gemellos is the artist and she suggests a community effort to paint the mural (think different school age groups painting and taking ownership of this colorful display). Lila has previous experience working with the City of San Jose and she is familiar with the procedures required.
Contact email@example.com, with any questions and please pass along this note to friends, neighbors and businesses who might be interested in helping promote and/or, fund this effort.
Resources from the cities of Campbell and San Jose.
Visit News & Notes Page for complete listing: http://hamannpark.com/page/news-notes