Dear New Resident(s),


WELCOME to BARRON PARK!*!*!  We hope that you will find the following items

in our Greeting Packet useful:


All residents receive the Barron Park Association Newsletter in Spring (if

you don't receive one, let us know), but you must subscribe to receive the

other issues (quarterly).  A recent issue is included for you to sample,

with a separate membership form to encourage you to subscribe.  : )


The Palo Alto Weekly's Resource Guide Info Palo Alto (once a year) will come

to you, along with the Weekly (twice a week), by mail.


The Neighborhood Watch material is something you're probably already

familiar with.  In Palo Alto, the Neighborhood Watch program is organized by

local neighborhood organizations, with communications support from the City

of Palo Alto Community Policing Division.


The map of Barron Park is often a handy thing to help you get your bearings.

(Note that the current map may not reflect recent new construction changes.)


Living with Our Faults and other materials, provided by the Palo Alto Office

of Emergency Services, provide tips on living in earthquake country and

preparing for emergencies.  (Barron Square residents will receive this



Plus there are some additional miscellaneous items about our community.  And

for internet users, check out for archived

newsletters, important information and links from Doug Moran, and Barron

Park history articles by Doug Graham.


If you have any questions, feel free to call on us or others listed in the




Welcome once again,



Gwen Luce