Agenda Supporting Materials Posted

Good afternoon!

The agenda supporting materials for the upcoming March 21, 2018 Special Board meeting are now uploaded to our website or for download below:

We hope you will join us, as we will be discussing, among many other things the fast approaching road improvements, and the scope and status of the community landscape renovations.

See you there!

Peter Kampa, General Manager

Regular CSD Meeting of March 20 Moved to March 21

Happy rainy Friday!  Due to a scheduling conflict, the regular CSD Board of Directors meeting has been moved this month from Tuesday, March 20 to Wednesday, March 21, 2018, 2:00 PM at the Saddle Creek Members Lounge.   The Meeting Agenda March 21, 2018 is now available, and the agenda supporting materials are currently in production, expected to be published on this site by mid day tomorrow.   See you on Wednesday!


Peter Kampa, General Manager

Regular Board Meeting of February 20, 2018

The next regular Board meeting of the Saddle Creek CSD will be held on February 20, 2018 at 2:00PM in the members lounge.   We hope you can attend as there is always great information discussed about our road and landscape improvement projects, as well as the adoption of restated bylaws and completion of the establishment of Norms and Protocol for the Board.  You can download the agenda and supporting documents HERE.

CSD to Adopt Bylaws

The Saddle Creek Community Services District will adopt the Official By-laws for the Officers of the Board of Directors for the 2018 calendar year on February 20, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. in the Saddle Creek Country Club, 1000 Saddle Creek Dr. Copperopolis, CA 95228.

Anyone wishing to be heard on the above matter may appear before the Board of Directors during this meeting. The by-laws for the Officers of the Board of Directors contain policies on meeting times and dates, meeting agenda preparation, meeting decorum, preparation or minutes and maintenance or recordings, authority of directors and the General Manager, and training.

Peter Kampa, General Manager


CSD Putting Your Money to Work!

Your Saddle Creek CSD Board of Directors has established some very clear goals for the public services we provide:

  • Improved roads that are maintained in very good condition
  • Beautiful, functional and efficiently maintained community entrance and common landscape areas
  • A high level of public involvement and engagement in critical projects an initiatives
  • Long term financial stability with reserves to fund equipment and infrastructure replacement

The day to day management of the CSD is delegated by the Board to a General Manager, who implements the strategies and actions necessary to accomplish the Board’s goals.   As the CSD General Manager, I take this responsibility and my obligations to the Board and community very seriously.

To ensure that the efforts of the CSD are constantly in alignment with and accomplishing the Board’s vision for the services provided by the District, with input from the Board and public, management annually prepares a slate of “Management Objectives”.  This detailed “to-do list” describes the expected accomplishments of management on an ongoing basis, and includes specific, measurable tasks scheduled for the next six to 18 months.  The most recent management objectives were adopted in September 2017, and below is a link to an online report covering the successes and challenges of the first quarter.

Also, some exciting news for those of you who could not attend the CSD Board meeting of December 19, 2017:

  • The Board selected Ken Albertson to serve as Board President and Darlene DeBaldo as Vice President for 2018.  The Board also thanked outgoing Board President Larry Hoffman for his excellent leadership during 2017! Larry remains on the Board as a director.
  • The community based Landscape Adhoc Committee, chaired by Lora Warner, recommended and the Board approved a contract with Landscape Architects Orr Design Office.  Orr will be developing a landscape plan for the community entrance and common areas along Saddle Creek Drive to maintain the beauty and efficiency of the landscaping, while reducing water use and maintenance costs and avoiding the devastating impacts we saw from the recent drought turf watering restrictions.

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or comments about the report, or the services being provided by your CSD!   Be sure to sign up for notifications by entering your email above, and encourage your friends and neighbors to do the same!

Sincerely, Peter J. Kampa, General Manager

Saddle Creek CSD Management Objectives

Good things to come for Saddle Creek