Committees work in tandem with the Board of Directors to evaluate and recommend direction or action upon specific issues within the Association and community. To do so, and to keep committees vitalized, the Board depends upon homeowners who have yet been involved to step forward, offering their time and ideas. All committees and committee members are appointed by the Board.

  • Architectural Control Committee (ACC)
  • Club
  • Communication
  • Finance
  • Planning
  • Safety
  • Social

Consider joining or at least sitting-in on one of the Natomas Park Master Association committees this month. Contact the NPMA Management office at admin@natomaspark.com or a current committee or board member for more information.

Committee and Group Meeting Schedule

Mission Statement

The mission of the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) is to ensure that the appearance and quality of our community is maintained, with the best interests of the community in mind. We all moved to Natomas Park because of its amenities and potential for a significant increase in value. To fulfill our dreams of growth for our community we must maintain the quality of how our properties appear and mature over time.

General Scope of the Architectural Control Committee
The ACC will review changes submitted by residents and ensure that there is compliance with the CC&Rs, the Architectural Standards, and any other governing documents. The ACC will respond to inquiries from residents when they have questions regarding what changes they can make to their properties. It will advise and assist the Home Owners Association Board in the enforcement of the community rules and recommend any changes to the Architectural Standards as requested by the Board. The ACC meeting is by invitation only and not open to the general membership.

NOTE: ACC Application Submittal
The Architectural Control Committee meets each month to review home improvement applications. In order to ensure your application is submitted on time, we request your completed application be submitted to the management office five days prior to the scheduled meeting. This will allow management time to review the application for completeness; and will allow time if necessary changes need to be made and submitted back to management in time for the meeting.

As a reminder, the ACC has 45 days to review and make a determination on submitted applications that are complete. Once an application has been reviewed, management will notify homeowners of the outcome.

If you should have questions regarding the application process or should you need assistance completing the application, please contact the management office at (916) 925-9200 and they will be able to assist you.

Meeting Time
Third Tuesday by appt. only

Would you like to get involved in planning Club events, activities and programs?  The Committee meets under the direction of the Board to discuss new club programs, changes to existing club programs, reviews policy modifications and make recommendations.  For more information on this committee, please email the management team at: admin@natomaspark.com.

Meeting Time
First Tuesday of the month 6:30pm

The committee will meet to discuss and address methods to best communicate and connect NPMA homeowners. They will make recommendations on the newsletter, website, email communication and social media.

Meeting Time
Second Tuesday 6:30pm

Mission Statement

The mission of the Finance Committee is to be a source of financial expertise for the Board of Directors and other committees, providing realistic financial and budget recommendations that will facilitate the homeowners association in meeting it’s goal of making Natomas Park an enjoyable place to live, with amenities that represent the community’s expectations.

Meeting Time
Third Wednesday 6:30pm

Mission Statement

The Natomas Park Planning Committee (NPPC) serves as a voice for the Natomas Park residents in dealing with the City of Sacramento concerning development projects in North Natomas. In collecting project information and sharing it with residents and other concerned parties, our collective concerns will then be presented to the City of Sacramento.

To assist Natomas Park residents, we have set up a Yahoo group website as a repository where all members can access projects the NPPC has reviewed and/or commented on. Visit us at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/natomasparkplanningcommittee to join in our discussions and access project files.

If you would like to take a more active part in sharing our collective concerns and needs to the City, please join the committee or stop by to share your ideas. We meet the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30 pm at The Club at Natomas Park.

Meeting Time
Second Wednesday 6:30pm

The Safety Committee’s purpose is to identify traffic needs (signals, stop signs, speed bumps) and safety issues (how to secure your home, identify suspicious cars, etc..) within Natomas Park, and to educate homeowners about Neighborhood Watch Programs and give them the tools to organize their own Neighborhood Watch Committees. This Committee needs volunteers to re-energize it. We are looking for Members to participate in open discussions concerning these topics and report directly to the Board of Directors. If interested, please email NPMA Management office, admin@natomaspark.com.

Meeting Time
Second Monday 6:30pm