Land Park, East Sacramento
and Curtis Park Specialist

LAND PARK COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING

LAND PARK COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING

Be sure to put March 16th, 2011 on your calendar! Land Park Community Associationwill be hosting its annual membership meeting on that night at Eskaton Monroe Lodge at 3225 Freeport Blvd. Starting at 6:30, the members will be updated on current issues facing our neighborhood and get an opportunity to share with the board their concerns. The featured guest speaker will be Councilman Rob Fong who will share with us his view of current issues facing the city and the Land Park neighborhood. We will be voting in the new Land Park Community Association board as well…so we will need your vote! Other items on the agenda are an update on the Sacramento River Crossings study and the associations role in that study, an update on the upcoming April 16th Egg Hunt and Taste of Land Park and developments regarding the Sacramento Zoo and the possibility of a steam train extension. These are all important events and we encourage you to come and...

LAND PARK COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING

Be sure to put March 16th, 2011 on your calendar! Land Park Community Associationwill be hosting its annual membership meeting on that night at Eskaton Monroe Lodge at 3225 Freeport Blvd. Starting at 6:30, the members will be updated on current issues facing our neighborhood and get an opportunity to share with the board their concerns. The featured guest speaker will be Councilman Rob Fong who will share with us his view of current issues facing the city and the Land Park neighborhood. We will be voting in the new Land Park Community Association board as well…so we will need your vote! Other items on the agenda are an update on the Sacramento River Crossings study and the associations role in that study, an update on the upcoming April 16th Egg Hunt and Taste of Land Park and developments regarding the Sacramento Zoo and the possibility of a steam train extension. These are all important events and we encourage you to come and...

Land Park is nestled just south of downtown Sacramento. It boasts a very active neighborhood association –Land Park Community Association – that has gone through some significant changes, including a board of 15, of which only 3 were returnees. It was a sign of the hope the neighborhood had to be better represented. I am very proud to list the successes we had in 2009. The most significant change was a board that worked together. While we had differing opinions, we were willing to discuss, compromise and come to a mutual understanding. We showed respect for each other and have been very deliberate in our representation of the community. Our ongoing events resulted in great attendance, even though both the Taste of Land Park and the Picnic in the Park as held in sweltering heat. We brought to the neighborhood a new event – the Picnic in the Park. It was free to the community as a thank you for all of the support they have given to LPCA. We changed the bylaws, the most significant change being the inclusion of the local businesses in the membership. To this date, the local businesses were asked to donate to our events, but were not allowed to be members. It was an inexcusable stance which we were thrilled to eliminate. We hope to include our local businesses in many of our debates and decisions. We are working hard to make up for a loss in maintenance in William Land Park. We are spending a significant amount of money to reinstate the Rock Garden to it’s former glory. The bureaucracy is continuing...