Why Join PBA?
Whether you are new to the neighborhood or you've been here for years, we hope you will support PBA in 2023. Member funding, when combined with the efforts of more than 70 neighborhood volunteers, has made PBA possible for over 50 years. Read more about what your PBA board has been working on in these areas:
  • Safety & Security Patrol
  • Attractive & Well-Maintained Parks & Grounds
  • Events & Activities to Build Community
  • Controlled Traffic & Traffic Calming Plans
  • Website, Communications & Membership Directory
  • Attention to Zoning & Assistance with Variances
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Thank you to members who have renewed!
List of 2023 PBA Members (login required)
Note if you renewed in the past week or sent a check by mail, it may not reflect your current status. 
Frequently Asked Questions
When should I pay dues?
Memberships are annual from January 1 thru December 31. Please pay your dues before 12/31/22 to renew your membership for 2023 and avoid interruption of email notifications, website access, or security house check services.
I don't see a link that says "Renew Your Membership." Why not?
Each household has a Primary/Level 1 member who is designated to manage renewals and administrative tasks for the household. It is likely that the other adult in your household is the designated Level 1 member. Please ask them to renew for your household or contact us to initiate a renewal on your behalf.
What is PBA's membership rate?
65% of our active membership has renewed for 2023. Our overall membership rate is generally 75% of eligible households. (for 2022, 445 members of 570 eligible households.) Please help us increase membership rates by encouraging your neighbors to join and letting our membership committee know about new neighbors.
What did I miss at the Annual Meeting?
PBA hosted the Annual Meeting on October 19, 2022. You can see the meeting recap, read the minutes, or access a recording of the meeting on our website. Topics included updates on key projects and activities as well as board elections.
Who is my block captain, and how can I look up neighbors in my block?
Visit the Blocks & Captains page found in the Members tab of the website. To find the name of your block, look yourself up in the directory. (login required) Our database uses the term "property group," and this is the name of your block. To find other neighbors in your block, use the directory to search by that property group. Or click here for faster access and use the drop-down list to choose the name of your block.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions or feedback.