Welcome to the Neighborhood
Bluff Park Historic District is a residential neighborhood in Long Beach, California, and has the distinction of being a historic landmark.
The Bluff Park Neighborhood Association (BPNA) is a volunteer, nonprofit organization established to protect and promote the historic character and integrity of the Bluff Park Historic District and to foster a sense of unity and neighborhood collaboration, community service and goodwill for all of the city.
For more information about the District and the Association, CLICK Here.
Open Position for VP Communications
As of July 26, 2017, the BPNA Board of Directors is seeking the position of Vice President of Communications.
This person would help lead the Association’s presence for its print, online and social media outreach.
Are you or someone that you know interested?
Contact us using the form below. Join our fun and dedicated team!
More info is contained within our Bylaws: CLICK Here
Sweet Meet Greet Brought Neighbors to the Streets NEW!
View the photos from our ever-popular summer event held on August 18. Click Here to view the gallery.
It brought together new and old friends for tasty treats and cordial conversations!
Post your photos from the August 18 event to our Facebook page @BluffPark: Click Here
Community Yard Sale & Historic Lamppost Fundraiser Was a Hit!
Post your photos from the August 5 event to our Facebook page @BluffPark: Click Here
Special thanks to the hard work and generosity of our neighbors Juvie Borges and Jennifer Hirsh.
Photos from the June 28 Community Meeting
If you missed the meeting, you missed something truly special!
Mark your calendar for our next Community Meeting on Wed September 27, 2017.
All those who live, own and rent in the Bluff Park Historic District are welcome and invited to participate in our quarterly Community Meetings. The borders of the District run from Ocean to Broadway, and from Loma to Junipero.
Make Us One of Your Favorites
We want this site to be your go-to resource in the community. Tell us what you would like to see here.
Come back and visit us frequently.
We are seeking volunteers in a variety of different areas. Be a part of your community!
Here are some ways: Website and Facebook updates, newsletters, community watch, neighborhood outreach, block party and other social events, fundraising, membership, preservation, education, and the Historic Lamppost Project.
Let us know of your ideas, interests and skills.