Alamo Creek is located in the beautiful rolling hills of Southeast Danville, California. This is some of the most spectacular and desirable real estate in the Bay Area.

The Alamo Creek Board of Directors invites you to involve yourselves in the many activities and opportunities that our community has to offer. This website is dedicated to our commitment to continually improve and challenge ourselves, serve our members, and the local neighborhoods and communities.

Visit our website often for news and updates on community events, board meetings and other important information.

We invite your comments and discussion on how to better serve our community. We also invite you to be active in the operation and activities of our association. All of us can and do make the difference here in Alamo Creek.

Upcoming Events
Reconvened Annual Meeting
Wednesday, November 10th, 11:00 am at
At our October meeting, we determined that we had received 136 ballots (20%) back for the election of directors. In order to hold the meeting, a minimum of 33% of ballots are required. If we do not achieve this quorum amount, the meeting can be postponed for up to 30 days to get additional ballots and the quorum is reduced to 25%. Therefore, as we did not meet our quorum requirement of 33%, the Annual Meeting for the Association was postponed to November 10, 2021 at 11:00 am via Zoom. The login details for the meeting are included below:
Meeting ID: 873 9526 6244 | Passcode: 558033
Board of Directors Meeting
Wednesday, January 26th, 7:00 pm
All owners are welcome and encouraged to attend to learn more about the operations of our Homeowners Association. An agenda for the meeting will be posted on the website in advance of the meeting.
How much should I water?
By Ryan Bantz on April 19, 2018
As we head into spring, the questions of how often and how long to water your outdoor plants and lawn will inevitably arise. Below is a sample watering schedule from EBMUD’s Water Conservation Department that gives guidance as to how often each plant type should be watered.
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Alamo Creek News
Cluster Mailbox Option & Survey
Posted on Aug 7th, 2017

Thank you to all the homeowners who returned the mailbox survey. The Board reviewed the results of the survey at their October meeting and based on the results has decided not to move forward with installing cluster mailboxes. The results of the survey have been posted below for any owners who are interested in seeing them. The Board will continue to look into solutions for homeowners to help deter mail theft.

Cluster Mailbox Survey Results

Neighborhood Watch Information
Posted on May 18th, 2017
Any homeowners who may be interested in starting a neighborhood watch program or are just interested in additional measures that can be taken to make their home more secure can use the information from the Town of Danville and the Contra Costa Sheriff below.
To get started with a neighborhood watch in your area, contact:
Contra Costa County Sheriff Crime Prevention Specialist
Kristina Gilbert
(925) 313-2682
New TRAFFIX bus to Monte Vista!
Posted on Feb 21st, 2017
Have you heard that there is going to be a new TRAFFIX bus serving Alamo Creek? TRAFFIX is great program that saves us all time and money taking our kids to and from school. 

The Contra Costa Board of Supervisors voted to fund another bus serving our region. Alamo Creek, Wendt Ranch and Monterosso homeowner get first preference but right now, there are seats available!! 

Email with your student's name, address, and telephone. Cost for the Spring 2017 semester is only $145. 

More information can be found on the home page at or on the attached flyer from Monte Vista High School
USPS Mail Delivery to Locking Mailbox Inserts
Posted on Feb 15th, 2017
At the January Board of Directors meeting, the Board was made aware that the US Postal Service is unwilling to deliver mail to mailboxes with locking mailbox inserts.
The management office was able to connect with the one of the supervisor of mail carriers and indicated the necessity of locking mailbox inserts. Scott agreed to have regular and official mail (certified, priority mail, etc.) inserted into the locking mailbox inserts; all other mail (junk mail, coupons, magazines, etc.) will be placed on top of the inserts. It is important that you collect your mail daily; Scott indicated this was a contributing factor to delivering mail in the locking inserts.
In the event you encounter a mail carrier unwilling to deliver your mail into your insert, please email the details to the management office (date & your address to for follow up with Scott.
If you do not have a locking mailbox insert and interested in acquiring one, the details and specifications are on the Association’s website (
Outdoor Watering Guide
Posted on Feb 1st, 2017
As we head into spring, the questions of how often and how long to water your outdoor plants and lawn will inevitably arise. Below is a sample watering schedule from EBMUD’s Water Conservation Department that gives guidance as to how often each plant type should be watered.
Locking Mailbox Insert
Posted on May 22nd, 2013
Concerned about mail theft?   There is a simple preventative answer and one that has been in use by many Alamo Creek homeowners for several years. The following locking mailbox insert will fit into your mailbox and can be ordered online from
Order part number "LB-1".  Cost is about $59.00 plus shipping.
Important Information for Homeowners Installing their Landscaping
Posted on Mar 10th, 2012
The Board and Architectural Committee ask that homeowners are reminded not to store building materials in the park strips or on the street when you are completing your landscaping installation.