The GCTENA has been working to improve our neighborhood since 1992. Our mission is to enhance the livability and quality of the area by maintaining an open line of communication between the neighborhood, government agencies, and other neighborhoods. Working together, Neighbor by Neighbor.
Founded in 1991, GCTENA actively works with neighbors in an effort to craft a better future for the Golf Course Terrace Estates neighborhood and for Sacramento. It is directly involved in enhancing the livability and quality of the area by establishing and maintaining an open line of communication between the neighborhood, government agencies and other neighborhoods.
It provides an open process by which all members of the neighborhood may involve themselves in the affairs of the neighborhood.
It is to be organized exclusively for education, scientific and charitable purposes. Notwithstanding, any statement of purposes or powers aforesaid, this association shall not, except to an insubstantial degree, engage in any activities or exercise any powers that are not in furtherance of its’ specific and primary purpose.
The GCTENA Board consists of neighbors that live in Golf Course Terrace Estates. We encourage and support initiatives that make Golf Course Terrace Estates a great place to live...Neighbor by Neighbor!
We invite neighbors interested in making a positive impact to join the board.
Chair | Matt Mendoza
Vice Chair | Bruce Brummett
Treasurer | Gloria Lapp
Secretary | Sarah Mazerik
1. Develop strategies and programs to promote membership in GCTENA, and conduct the annual membership drive and keep a roll of members.
2. Publish the GCTENA Newsletter and other publications needed to assist GCTENA.
3. Seek and coordinate volunteers to assist the work of GCTENA.
4. Plan, organize, promote and produce the community events sponsored by GCTENA.
1. Assess GCTENA's funding needs and develop strategies for raising funds.
2. Research the availability of outside funding sources to help meet GCTENA's financial needs; actively solicit donations, bequests and grants on behalf of GCTENA; and develop all proposals necessary to secure financial donations/funding from outside sources.
3. Develop fundraising projects or events that support GCTENA initiatives.
4. Negotiate the terms and conditions of GCTENA's receipt of donations, bequests, and grants on behalf of GCTENA.
1. Develop strategies and support programs to respond to issues of concern to the neighborhood, such as traffic safety, home security, zoning, and improvements.
2. Monitor land use decisions made by the City of Sacramento and its Planning Commission.
Help enforce city codes that promote safe, healthy and attractive neighborhoods: cars, trucks, auto dismantling, garage/yard sales, campers, RVs, boats, trailers, garbage, trash, appliance, and car parts; illegal dumping, weeds, and fences.
Your contribution will enable us to meet our goals to promote a safe and welcoming community.
We'll keep you updated on the latest news and information!