Welcome to the Santa Teresa Foothills
   Neighborhood Association

                    Preservation of the Santa Teresa Foothills, Creation of a public trail
                    along the Coyote-Alamitos Canal, Public Education and Awareness,
                    Safe Neighborhoods, Hillside Development Enforcement



  • 27 Oct 2013 12:18 PM | STFNA Admin (Administrator)
    The Santa Teresa Foothills Neighborhood Association will hold its Fall General Meeting on Wednesday, November 6, 2013.  The meeting will be held in the Theater (Building 600) at Santa Teresa High School, which is located at the corner of Santa Teresa and Snell.  

    California Assembly Member Mark Stone (Assembly District 29), and our San Jose City Council Members Ash Kalra (District 2) and Johnny Khamis (District 10) plan to attend.  

    Our featured presenter will be Hans Larsen, Director of Transportation for the City of San Jose.

    The meeting will include some news regarding potential trails and hillside development.  We'll also hold our annual election of Neighborhood Association Directors.

    Doors will open about 6:30 PM.  The meeting will start at 7:00 PM.  We will have a very full agenda, but will try to wrap up about 8:30 pm.

    We look forward to seeing you there!
  • 02 Jun 2013 1:48 AM | STFNA Admin (Administrator)

    Jillian Paist – 2013 Santa Teresa Foothills Scholarship Winner

    The Santa Teresa Foothills Neighborhood Association is pleased to announce that Jillian Paist is the recipient of $1,000 as the winner of the Association’s 2013 Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to a college-bound high school graduate who has demonstrated a significant commitment to community service. Applicants must live within the Association’s boundaries.

    Jillian and her family have worked with the homeless and disadvantaged in our community since she was a young girl. Jillian’s four years at Notre Dame High School in San Jose has included participation in toy drives and serving breakfast on Saturday mornings to the homeless at InnVision in San Jose. In 2011, she traveled with her church to Tijuana, Mexico to build homes and organize a children’s program. The bonds she formed with the other volunteers and the families in Mexico, especially the children, deeply affected and inspired her. In July, Jillian will be returning to Tijuana for another week of service as one of the team leaders. In the fall, Jillian will attend Tulane University in New Orleans to study Public Health. She chose Tulane, in part, because of its emphasis on community service. Congratulations, Jillian!

    The Association is grateful to those community members who donated to the scholarship fund, as well as the five community members who served on the scholarship evaluation committee.
  • 01 Jun 2013 10:50 PM | STFNA Admin (Administrator)

    Please save the date - June 17, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. for our Spring 2013 General Membership meeting.

    Location: Santa Teresa Branch Library - Community Room

  • 03 Apr 2013 10:58 PM | STFNA Admin (Administrator)

    Almaden Lake is contaminated with mercury and is one of the most polluted bodies of water in California.  As a result, the Santa Clara Valley Water District is considering major changes to Almaden Lake.  There are six alternatives currently being evaluated.

    This project has generated significant community interest.  A number of informational meetings have already been held.  The next meeting will be on APRIL 17, 2013 at 7 pm at Joint Ventures Church, 6581 Camden Avenue.

    For more information, go to: http://almadenlakeproject.wordpress.com/

  • 28 Mar 2013 1:39 AM | STFNA Admin (Administrator)

    The STFNA scholarship is open to any student currently completing their senior year of high school or GED equivalent.  The scholarship is open to any graduating senior who resides within the boundaries of the Association.

    Complete information and the Scholarship Application can be found on the STFNA Scholarship Page.

    We are always looking for donors who want to graciously donate to this fund to ensure that it will be ongoing.  If you are interested in donation, please contact us at board@stfna.org.

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