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A list of resources to help new community members

Welcome to Piedmont! We at the Piedmont Racial Equity Campaign (PREC) strive to build a diverse, inclusive and thriving community and are excited to welcome you. We've pulled together the below resources to help ease your transition into our community, whether you are looking for information about Piedmont schools, community programs or different opportunities to get to involved or meet others. If you have feedback or additions to the page, please let us know!

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School Information

 

Community Organizations & Groups

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Related Groups

  • Appreciating Diversity Film Series: Brings to the community powerful documentaries that examine issues of diversity and stimulates community dialogue, encouraging the audience to work toward a more just world.

  • Piedmont Anti-Racism & Diversity Committee (PADC): works to dismantle systems of oppression, and replace them with policies and practices to nurture a connected and inclusive community through grants, education sessions and partnerships with schools/community.

Additional Community Organizations

  • League of Women Voters of Piedmont (LWVP): nonpartisan, grassroots organization working to protect & expand voting rights through advocacy, education, and litigation, at local, state, and national levels. 

  • Piedmont Beautification Foundation: In partnership with the city, creates beautiful public spaces that foster a strong sense of pride and community. 

  • Piedmont Center for the Arts: Enables artists and students in music, dramatic arts, visual arts, literature and more to perform and display their works.

  • Piedmont Community Service Crew: is a youth led group under the Piedmont Scouts of America council.  It provides leadership skills to empower Bay Area teens through service in their community.

  • Piedmont Connect:  Supports initiatives and city efforts to build a sustainable future. Piedmont Connect's work includes education, advocacy, and events.

  • Piedmont Council Scouts of America: provides youth  with opportunities to learn new skills, explore the outdoors, build friendships, develop leadership skills and reinforce character values. The largest scout troop per capita in the country.

  • Piedmont Families FB group - Over 1,700 member Facebook group for Piedmont families, and families with kids in the Piedmont schools, to connect with each other through the COVID pandemic and beyond.

  • Piedmont Neighbors' and Newcomers' Club (PNNC) - Membership in PNNC is open to residents and employees of the City of Piedmont.

  • Piedmont Makers : Support and inspire K-12 STEAM education, including the annual makers' faire and the city's robotics league/team

 

Community Resources

  • Piedmont City Council and City Council Meetings: city council meetings are a way to stay civically engaged with major decisions happening in the city. Meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 120 Vista Avenue and on zoom at 6 p.m. See here for additional meeting and agenda information

  • History of Piedmont Site created by Piedmont resident Meghan Bennett to digitize the city's history.  Includes information on the history of the city’s parks, homes, schools, transportation, and founding.

  • Piedmont Portal: provides info to K-12 parents and the broader community about community events and K-12 news (PUSD, Parent Clubs, Piedmont Education Foundation, school support clubs, the City of Piedmont, the Recreation Department, local athletic clubs, etc.). If you would like to receive the Piedmont Portal Newsletter in your inbox, sign-up here.

  • Piedmont Parks and Recreation Program offers a variety of programs and camps for kids and adults, including after school care, camps during school breaks, and various classes.  The department also manages a preschool program.

  • Piedmont Exedra is a local, independent digital news founded in November 2018 by a group of Piedmont residents who have been active in the community over many decades.

  • Piedmont Post is the community’s own weekly newspaper. Every Wednesday, their adorable delivery kids bring the paper to your front door (also online with subscription). 

 

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