Are you affected by the early morning and late night loudspeaker train announcements? Do you object to those announcements being SO LOUD? Are you concerned about air quality due to idling trains? The train system is under the jurisdiction of SANDAG and NCTD (not our City Council).
Affecting change with organizations as large and powerful as these requires many voices. In order to voice your views regarding these issues or others regarding the trains, you need to ACT by contacting:

1. SANDAG: Brandy.Sweitzer@sandag.org

2. NCTD: creports@nctd.org , Customer Service Phone: (760) 966-6500

The Rail "Quiet Zones" are projected for completion early January 2019 

Michael Mish,, REMAX Realtor

Retired Fire Captain


Welcome to OCNA

Oceanside Coastal Neighborhood Association (OCNA) is made up of people just like you. We’re your neighbors down the street and around the corner who are getting involved in our community and strengthening ties to one another. By sharing information and working together, we can all make a great neighborhood even better.

Our mission is to ensure a vital, sustainable neighborhood that protects the quality of life for all citizens in the Oceanside coastal area.

Featured Business

NOTE: 2nd Tuesday, Nov 14th

6:30pm Social Time and Refreshments, 7:00 Program

St. Mary's School, 515 Wisconsin

 Code Enforcement update: Our local officer Tony Godinez will share how to use Public Stuff.com, what are the number & typical complaints received, what are challenging issues, and how we can help.

Cannabis update: David and Amber Newman of A Soothing Seed will provide a brief history of Prop 64 and the impact on the industry, the Medical Marijuana Ad Hoc Committee recommendation due in Nov, and current issues related to the ACP Group’s initiative and their affect on Oceanside's ability to craft its own direction.
Oceanside’s Master Cultural Plan by Ms. CJ Di Mento, Principal Librarian 



Connecting and Informing Neighbors

​Nov 4 – Bike and Taste the Coast
Nov 7 – Main Street Morning Meeting
Nov 8 – South O Walk-About 5PM
Nov 11 – Hairspray at the Star Theatre
Nov 14 – Tuesday Date Night at 333
Nov 18 - Tango at Beach - Linear Park 5PM Nov 23 – Happy Thanksgiving!
Nov 23 – Annual Turkey Trot 6:30 AM
Nov 25 – Merry Makers Fair Downtown

Dec 7 – Holiday Tree Lighting at Regal 

SOAR (Save Open Space and Agricultural Resources) is dedicated to preserving Oceanside's remaining open spaces, parks, and farmlands and slow the loss of agricultural land to below dev. rates in other parts of So Cal. The goal is to halt traditional urban sprawl through a local initiative that would prohibit City Council from changing land use designations or zoning of land currently designated or zoned agricultural or open space, unless a majority of voters approve the change in a general election.

Signature gatherers are in the neighborhoods and local stores to reach the 17,000 registered voter signatures required to put this on the ballot. More help is needed – visit SOAR at www.oceanside-soar.org 

Upcoming Events

It Takes a Village


Local Developments

Board of Directors

President                  Jane Marshall

Vice President          Lisa Hamilton

Secretary                  Open

Treasurer                  Lane Stewart

Dir Membership        Kathleen Justice

Dir Publicity             Judi Potter

Dir Projec                 Donna Smith    

Dir Refreshments     Grace Samorski

Director                    Robyn Goodkind

Neighborhood Meeting