About Us

The Pine Lake Park Neighborhood Association (PLPNA)

Pine Lake Park Neighborhood Association, formerly Crestlake Property Owners Association, was founded in 1939 when the first houses were build in this area. Membership is composed simply of those who live here – renter or owner alike. Our purpose is the maintenance of good neighborly relations, and by use of our combined strengths to keep our area a viable and healthy place to live. While our neighborhood is certainly one of the quieter and cleaner parts of the City, over the years the PLPNA’s vigilance and involvement with various City agencies has made significant progress toward keeping this an even greater place to live and enjoy. For added strength and outreach, the PLPNA is a member of the West of Twin Peaks Central Council – an association of similar local neighborhood associations.


The PLPNA represents over 470 single-family homes in the Pine Lake Park District. Our boundaries are: North side of Sloat Boulevard, from 19th Avenue to Sunset Boulevard to the South side of Wawona Street, from the corner of Crestlake Drive, 34th Avenue and Wawona Street to 28th Avenue, and including Escolta Way.

Download our membership application to join: PLPNA Membership Application

Board of Directors

2023 Board of Directors

Elected Officers

PresidentDavid Hirtzel
Vice-PresidentChuck Morganson
SecretaryVicky Cevallos
TreasurerDonald Ellison

Board Members

Social MediaRodger Ball
Janet Bonilla
SecretaryVicky Cevallos
NominationsJohn Gates
Sunshine CommitteeDiane Kennedy
Richard Lee
MembershipKathy Montague
Paula Pioli
Mary Ryan
Social EventsRobert Shapiro
Little Free LibraryJerry Simotas
Gail Sorrough
John Wong


Here are just some of the things we do:

Little Free Library

The Pine Lark Park Neighborhood Association is the proud proprietor of our own Little Free Library (LFL). In partnership with the First United Presbyterian Church, located on their property at Sloat and 35th Avenues, our LFL opened in late 2019 and was a beacon of light during the pandemic when public libraries were closed.

The inspiration for our LFL originated from Board Members and neighbors, Kathy and Mike Montague, whose love for reading and desire to make books available to all in our community, made it a reality. Our LFL is overseen by monthly Stewards who help to maintain and keep it in order. Come visit us! Take a book and leave a book.

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