About Us

Mission Statement

  • To act as a conduit to our city government to raise neighborhood concerns, and to effect change where possible;
  • To build an informed and engaged neighborhood and help to ensure neighbors are well aware of public safety and emergency situations;
  • To offer opportunities for neighbors to voice their concerns; and
  • To promote neighborliness and goodwill across the entire neighborhood.


Elected Oct. 26, 2019
Catherine L. Congleton (vice chair)
Howard Goldberg (communications)
Janice Kaminsky
Matthew Lancelot (treasurer)
Kenneth J. Patrick
Greg Tormo (chair)
David A. Vignolo (secretary)

We wish to thank Wendy Anderson, a resident of Canyon Estates, for serving on the board when that HOA was part of Canyon Palms.

When the nine-member board has a vacancy, remaining Directors shall elect a successor to serve the uncompleted term of the Director being replaced. Any Member of the Canyon Palms Neighborhood Organization is eligible to be elected, but only one member of a household at a time may be seated. Members of the Organization who wish to serve on the Board may nominate themselves by declaring their interest and submitting their name and contact information to the Secretary, including by using the Contact Form.

Official Representative to the ONE-PS Organization: David A. Vignolo


Adopted Oct. 26, 2019: Bylaws – version posted 11/10/20.

(The bylaws were amended at a special meeting on Nov. 9, 2020 with the following reduced boundaries.)


  • Northern and Western:  La Verne Way between E. Twin Palms Dr and S. Camino Real
  • Eastern: Eastern edge of Section 26, between E. La Verne Way down to and including 2090 S. Toledo Ave
  • Southern: A line beginning at the eastern edge of Section 26 and ending at S. Camino Real aligned to the northern property lines of the homes on the north side of Sierra Way

Expandable city map with district overlay is online here.