Riverlake Community Association


Committee Meetings and Reviews: There are various committees available to meet with homeowners about any concerns or questions they may have. The following describes the Committees and what they are responsible for:

  • Architectural Review Committee: Review homeowner requests for changes to landscape and exterior features of home or property. Also, investigates complaints about CC&R violations involving homeowner properties.
  • Landscape Committee: Review general changes to and maintenance of common area landscape. This includes areas maintained by the Association (Islands, Coleman Ranch and Stillwater II).
  • Security Committee: Meets with security company on a regular basis to discuss security related issues; such as, contract, procedures, services, etc. 
  • Finance Committee: Meets regularly to review expenses, financial reports, etc.
  • Engineering & Construction Committee: Meets regularly to review the condition of assets for improvement and repairs.
  • Communications & PR Committee: Meets regularly with staff to review mass mailings to homeowners, compose newsletters, gather input from the members, etc.

Members are welcome to attend these meetings to learn more about the inner operations of the Association. Meeting dates and times are listed on the calendar page of this website. You may also send a request to one of the committees through email or mail to info@riverlake.or and staff will forward it to the Chairperson and add it to the next schedule meeting agenda.

 Board Meetings
The LAKE board meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, October 22nd at 6:00 pm. The meeting is located at the Riverlake Office -
799 Lake Front Drive.

The community board meeting is scheduled for Thursday, 
October 23rd at 6:00 p.m.
The meeting is located at St. Anthony's Church - 660 Florin Road.

The following is for informational purposes only - the Association doesn't monitor or regulate water usage.

City of Sacramento Water Schedule - New Schedule Begins March 9, 2014

Watering Allowed on TWO Days this Spring & Summer

The Sacramento region has been experiencing record-breaking dry conditions, and the Governor has declared a statewide drought emergency. While we still may experience some wet weather this year, it is unlikely to provide significant relief from the effects of two back-to-back dry winters.

Everyone needs to do their part to conserve water. Making small changes can save hundreds of gallons of water, keeping more in the rivers that make Sacramento unique.

Remember: Overwatering, ponding water and runoff (water running from yards onto sidewalks and gutters) is NEVER allowed.

Call 311 to report water misuse or for information about fee water wise services and rebates.

Master Landscape Plan Workshop Presentations

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Riverlake Landscape Master Plan 10.20.14

Master Landscape Workshop Minutes

Master Plan WS #1 Minutes.pdf
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Master Plan WS #2 Minutes.pdf
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