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The Oak Knoll Neighborhood Association (OKNA) was founded in 1977 by a group of residents who desired a venue for organizing neighborhood social events to foster greater camaraderie.

All neighborhood activities, events, communication pieces, and neighborhood beautification programs, are funded through membership dues and contributions.

 
 
 

Our Events

BRINGING THE NEIGHBORHOOD TOGETHER

OKNA host a series of events for our members, neighbors and friends throughout the year, including the Fall Picnic, Spring Fling event, and  annual neighborhood Architectural Walk to name a few.

Click here for Event photos

 

Neighborhood Filming

filming in our beautiful neighborhood

Welcome, and thank you for your interest in filming in our beautiful neighborhood. Click here for more information about filming. 

Location & Filming Managers, click here.

OKNA Resources

RELEVANT INFORMATION fOR NEIGHBORS

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Look here for Pasadena resources/phone numbers, safety and security tips, neighborhood beautification and a page about the current OKNA board. See the Pasadena Parking Permit Policy here

 

Pasadena

THE CITY OF ROSES

Although Pasadena is best known as the host of the annual Tournament of Roses Parade and Rose Bowl football game, the City also boasts numerous cultural amenities, fine restaurants and top retailers. All this helps Pasadena live up to the true meaning of its name—the Crown of the Valley.

The Langham Huntington, Pasadena

THE OFFICIAL HOTEL OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD

As one of our prominent neighbors, the OKNA is pleased to host this page dedicated to events and happenings at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena


 

The OKNA Mission

  • Cultivate neighborliness and community among Oak Knoll residents

  • Focus on being the ears and eyes for the neighborhood

  • Provide a forum and serve as a conduit for issues and concerns

  • Preserve and enhance the character of this historic neighborhood and the special lifestyle of its residents


The OKNA board is comprised of volunteers committed to serving the neighborhood and keeping the residents informed. Your membership, your donation and your involvement makes a huge difference to this very special neighborhood. We welcome any suggestions or questions you may have. Thank you for your participation and your support.

 

Our Location

 

The Oak Knoll Neighborhood encompasses 397 single-family residences and the historic Huntington Hotel, and stretches from Arden Road on the north side, to El Molino and Oakland to the west and over to the San Marino city limits on the east and south. Please click on here for a map showing the OKNA boundaries.