Getting Involved in the Riverlake Community
This is your opportunity to showcase your expertise, energy, and talents to serve on a Riverlake Community Committee. We are currently extending our annual recruitment opportunity for new volunteers to join a committee or for current committee members to sign up for another fantastic year. Bernard Bowler, President, Riverlake Community Association (RCA), and Cal Gladden, President, Riverlake Lake Association (RLA) are offering you the opportunity to volunteer on one of our many committees where your talents and skills may benefit the Riverlake community.
During 2014, all the committee Chairpersons and members achieved the objectives placed before them with hard work and dedication. Thank you to all of you who have helped us accomplish this. As we look forward to 2015, we will have a new General Manager on board, and after the November General Elections, we will also have a few new Directors.
We are receiving applications until Friday, December 5, 2014. Please list your committee preferences and both Board Presidents will review all submissions and approve each submission based on your background, experience, skills, and talents in line with the committee’s responsibilities and duties. Below is a list of all the different committees. Please keep in mind that the responsibilities and duties are not an inclusive list.
1) Architectural Review: (Designer, Architect, Real Estate, Interior Designer)
Volunteers should be subject matter experts (SMEs) and/or have a professional degree or other background in design, land planning, engineering, architecture, law or some other field related to the functions to be performed by the Committee.
The Architectural Review Committee is responsible for:
2) Finance: (Accounting, Legal, Financial Planning, Budget Experience)
Volunteers should be SMEs and/or should have a professional degree or be suitably knowledgeable in matters pertaining to finance.
The Finance Committee is responsible for:
3) Landscape: (Architect, Landscape, Real Estate, Designer, Artist, Graphic Designer)
Volunteers should be SMEs and/or knowledgeable in landscape design, maintenance and gardening.
The Landscape Committee is responsible for:
4) Public Relations (PR) & Communications: (Journalism, Teaching, Human Resources, Marketing)
Volunteers should be SMEs and/or knowledgeable in the practice of information sharing and maintaining clear channels of communication.
The PR & Communications Committee is responsible for:
5) Security Committee: (Law Enforcement, Loss Prevention, Criminal Justice, Cyber Security)
Volunteers should be SMEs and/or should be knowledgeable in procedures to reduce and deter crime and increase awareness of neighborhood activities.
The Security Committee is responsible for:
6) Engineering and Construction Committee: (Architect, Engineer, Legal Experience, Project Management)
Volunteers should be SMEs and/or should be knowledgeable in the process of design and planning.
The Engineering and Construction Committee is responsible for:
7) Technical Support: (Computer Programming, IT Support, Cyber Net, Electricians, Computer Graphic Design)
Volunteers should be SMEs and/or should be knowledgeable in computer systems and computer networks.
The Technical Support Committee is responsible for:
If you are interested, please click the link below to complete the attached form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or return it to the Riverlake Office, 799 Lake Front Drive.
We hope to hear from you soon!
The LAKE board meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, January 21st at 6:00 pm. The meeting is located at the Shore Park Apartments - 7952 Pocket Road.
The COMMUNITY board meeting is scheduled for Thursday, January 22nd
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
Riverlake Landscape Master Plan 10.20.14
Master Landscape Workshop Minutes
Master Plan WS #1 Minutes.pdf
Master Plan WS #2 Minutes.pdf