You can support the WPRA in three ways:
- Donating and becoming an annual member on the Platinum, Benefactor or Patron level
- By donating and then becoming a member volunteer to actively work within a WPRA committee
- By donating and then applying to become a WPRA director
Donating and becoming an annual member
Funding the WPRA with annual donations increases our resources to service the needs of your neighbors and your own. You will receive our quarterly publication, The News and also a weekly subscription to the Neighborhood Alert. Additionally, you will be invited to the WPRA Annual Meeting featuring a panel discussion of current issues affecting Pasadena residents and be a special guest at WPRA’s summer social events.
Joining a WPRA working committee
After becoming a donating member, we can plug into your interests and passion. When our civic concerns align with yours, joining a WPRA committee will open doors to the heart of Pasadena politics and connections to our city officials. As we’ve already stated, we can help you get things done.
And if you continue your commitment for a year or more and wish to expand your involvement with us even further, you will be considered for review as a Board member.
Applying for a seat on the WPRA Board of Directors
If you live within the WPRA’s west side boundaries and are already immersed in the “Pasadena Way” of citizen involvement, you will be considered for review as a Board member when your policy goals align with our mission.
Two Board seats can be open to residents living outside the WPRA boundaries if those positions are not already filled.
All are welcome to attend monthly WPRA board meetings.
The public is invited to attend the regular WPRA board meetings held at 6:30 p.m. on the first Wednesday of the month (except in August and December) in the Westridge School Community Room (unless otherwise noted), 324 Madeline Dr.
Park in the State Street lot and walk north across campus to the Community Room.
For further information about supporting the West Pasadena Residents’ Association and/or our committees, email:
|Dan Beal, WPRA president||president@WPRA.net|
|Evan Davis, Vice President of Administrationemail@example.com|
|Avram Gold, VP of Communications||commvp@WPRA.net|
|Pete Ewing, Land Use Committee Chair||planning@WPRA.net|
|Linda Zinn, Membership Committee||membership@WPRA.net|
Or go to the WPRA Committees page for a full description of responsibilities, process and committee chairsWPRA-advertising-policy-FINAL-2010