The unfunded Almanor Recreation and Park District was officially formed in April 2000 after receiving a 70% voter approval rating in the March 2000 primary. The district has a few part-time, paid staff members and all other administrative and operational tasks are performed by five volunteer directors, a number of dedicated community members and adult and youth sports league parents.
The district boundary includes the 35-miles surrounding Lake Almanor and the eight miles west to the Plumas/Tehama County line. The district serves the townships of Chester and Canyon Dam and the housing communities of the Lake Almanor Country Club, Lake Almanor West, Bailey Creek, Foxwood, Peninsula Village, Hamilton Branch, the East Shore, the West Shore and Prattville, a total of approximately 4,500 individuals.
Since 2014, Almanor Recreation and Park District has moved forward in both technology and collaboration with many of the Lake Almanor Basin's finest organizations, service clubs, community volunteers and schools to both increase the number and the quality of each event and sports program offered to the public it serves.
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ARPD Board of Directors Next Regular Meeting: 10/9/17 6:00 pm Special Meeting :
The Almanor Recreation and Park District board of directors meet monthly January - December each year. The next board meeting is scheduled to be held at the ARPD Office, 102 Meadowbrook Loop, Chester, CA. Residents of the district are cordially invited to attend any and all meetings. Each meeting agenda contains a public comment session and this is the perfect opportunity to share your thoughts and ideas on what the recreational needs of the district are and how you think those needs might be met.
Supervisor Thrall swears in 2016/2017 Board members Susan España, Michele Gosney, Colleen Garrett, and David Slusher. Absent was Shane Bergman
ARPD is an unfunded Special District formed for recreation. In April 2000, five directors were seated by the Plumas County District 3 Supervisor. To meet the demands of this active district, ARPD meetings are conducted in accordance with the California Public Records Act.
Directors of the district are both volunteers and, by virtue of the special government status, they are also elected officials.
To provide continuity in the operation of the district and to the public within its boundaries, directors serve staggered two and four-year terms of office to ensure that experienced and well qualified directors are always available to lead the district forward. The following table presents our current directors and their terms:
Past Board Meeting Minutes (click on date desired for a pdf copy)
California Public Records Act, Local Agencies Inventory Almanor Recreation and Park District, in adherence with the latest amendment to the California Public Records Act (SB 272, 2015), had made available the following list of the enterprise systems it utilizes:
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Almanor Recreation and Park District 101 Meadowbrook Loop Chester, CA 96020 Mailing: P.O. Box 325 Phn: (530) 258-2562 Fax: (530) 258-4157 email@example.com