The association was established in 1987 by a group of residents with a desire to preserve the rural quality of life of the community.
It is our intent to help provide the residents of our community with timely information regarding community issues as they arise, help the community stay abreast of the major development projects as they occur, and defend the integrity of our Granite Bay Community Plan. The association publishes at least 10 news letters titled "Granite Bay Alert" during the year, normally each month except December.
The Association occasionally becomes actively involved with the County Planning Department, the Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors when specific development proposals threaten the integrity of our Community Plan.
We frequently provide guidance or assistance to local residents and neighborhood groups, to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and concerns, and to help them understanding the process when trying to deal with the county agencies.
The association attempts to provide a schedule of regularly scheduled or special meetings along with brief agendas when possible for the Municipal Advisory Council, the Fire District, the school districts, and the Water District.
We will also try to provide as much notice as possible about the time, place, and subject when an item of interest to the community is being heard by the Placer County Planning Commission, or the Placer County Board of Supervisors.
PRESIDENT: Mary Ann Stinson
VICE PRESIDENT: vacant
TREASURER: Diane Will
INFORMATION OFFICER: Sandy Harris
DIRECTORS: Gary DahlbackSandy HarrisMadelaine Kiliany
Patricia McKinneyJane Negri Geoffrey Poulos
John Thacker Mary Ann StinsonDiane Will
Community Association Board Meetings are normally held at 6:00 p.m. the 4th Monday of each month in the portable buildings at South Placer Fire Station #1 in Granite Bay.
>> Resident Membership in the Association is open to any person whose primary residence is located within the boundaries of the Granite Bay Community Plan area.
>> Active membership entitles you to a copy of each "Granite Bay Alert" newsletter mailed directly to your home or business to help keep you and your family apprised of important activities affecting the community.
>> You will be welcome to attend and participate at any of the meetings of the Board of Directors.
>> You must be a resident member of the Association and currently reside in the community to be a member of the Board of Directors.
>> Associate Membership is available to anyone who has a legitimate interest in the Community.
To become a member of the Granite Bay Community Association for the calendar year, simply send the information requested on the application form along with $20 to:
P.O. Box 2704
Granite Bay, CA 95746