All officers and Board members serve on the organization’s advocacy and standing committees.
The Advocacy Committees are the working groups that research and address civic issues while working with the City of Pasadena and its residents.
The Standing Committees are responsible for all internal operations of the WPRA.
WPRA Committee Directory
|Land Use & Planning||Mic Hansenfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Open Space||Linda Zinnemail@example.com|
|Public Safety||Nancy Walkerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Rose Bowl & Arroyo||David Biseemail@example.com|
|Social Functions||Susan Kinneyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Advisory Council Liaison||Dan Bealemail@example.com|
WPRA Committee Responsibilities
Land Use and Planning – an Advocacy committee
Addresses issues pertaining to planning, design, and preservation as they affect the quality of life in West Pasadena neighborhoods.
Open Space and Conservation
Protects parks and wild spaces running through and surrounding Pasadena and the Arroyo.
Provides advice and direction to residents who need policing assistance from the City.
Tracks educational issues relating to Pasadena with a particular focus on issues facing schools within WPRA’s geographical boundaries.
Rose Bowl & Arroyo
Ensures that Rose Bowl and Arroyo improvements, activities and events have minimum adverse impacts on our neighborhoods.
Produces the Quarterly News, the Weekly Update Email; manage the WPRA Website and the WPRA Facebook Page.
Tracks the membership roster and recruit new members and directors. Accept and review all applications for Affiliate and Business Affiliate membership and submit the Committee’s recommendations to the Board for approval.
Social Function Management
Coordinates planning of board meeting reception, Fall Party (every other year), and Annual Meeting.
Selects and nominates qualified candidates to serve on the Board.
A select group of “past directors and other persons” lends expertise on pertinent issues.