The Oaktree Park Cabana Club Home Owners Association was incorporated in October, 1972.  Our association boundaries encompass 157 homes in the Almaden Valley area of San Jose, California.
We take our name from the Guadalupe Oak Grove Park which lies adjacent to the northern edge of our association boundary, along Golden Oak Way.  This 63 acre preserve is one of the last remaining large tracts of deciduous oak woodland on the Santa Clara Valley floor. The long Meadow Loop Trail meanders through the park valley, populated with Blue and Coast Live Oak, as well as a variety of birds and wildlife.  All within walking distance of any home in the association.
Our community amenities include a 6 lane lap pool, with a brand new pool deck, cabana, picnic and barbecue, and a generous lawn and bocce ball court.  Here we proudly host the Oaktree Sharks swim team, champions of the Valley Cabana Swim League!  Go Sharks!
Recent News
Welcome back to NORMAL!
Posted on Jun 15th, 2021
Well, some of us thought this day would never come.  California and Santa Clara County have dropped nearly all the COVID-related restrictions which have limited your access to the pool.
Oaktree Sharks are schooling up!
Posted on Jun 13th, 2021
The Sharks are in the water!  Feeding frenzies become a regular occurance.
Survey Says....!
Posted on Jun 13th, 2021
"You couldn't contrive a better representation of homeowner apathy" says one Oaktree resident.
Oaktree CC&R's Update
Posted on Apr 7th, 2021
The Oaktree HOA CC&R's are being revised.
Santa Clara County moves to Orange Tier
Posted on Apr 7th, 2021
The Santa Clara County Health Department has moved the COVID status for the county to the Orange Tier, which has implications for operation of swimming pools, among other things.
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You've all noticed that work has resumed on the city's multi-year Repave San Jose project, as we have all been dealing with snarled traffic on Almaden, McAbee, Redmond, and Meridian. The good news is that we will have brand new shiny paved streets again after years of dodging potholes. The bad news is that traffic may be impacted into the summer and beyond.

Here is a link to the city Repave San Jose information page, with a planning map showing which streets will be repaved and when.