Join the CTRA Board!

Do you love College Terrace? Want to get more involved in the neighborhood and keep it a wonderful place to live? Join the College Terrace Residents’ Association board!

The CTRA’s mission is to enable residents to work together to maintain and enhance the quality of life in College Terrace. Many features we enjoy in our neighborhood including traffic barriers/calming, the parking permit program, and neighborhood picnics/social events came about thanks to the work of the CTRA and its members.

The CTRA board is currently seeking volunteers for the following roles:

  • Vice President
  • Communications Director
  • Social Coordinator
  • Stanford Observer
  • Research Park Observer

Learn more about these roles and their responsibilities.

Most of these roles are high impact, but low-commitment–a few hours a month at most, including our monthly meetings. We understand people are busy, but serving on the CTRA board is a fantastic way to learn about the issues affecting our neighborhood/city and, even better, do something about them!

If you’re interested, please contact CTRA president Chris Saccheri at ctra-president@collegeterrace.org. Or, come to this Wednesday’s CTRA meeting at 7pm at the College Terrace Library.

CTRA Board Meeting Agenda: January 15, 2020

The next CTRA board meeting will be Wednesday, January 15, 2020, at 7:00pm at the College Terrace Library (2300 Wellesley Street). Note the change from our usual location; we’ll be meeting at the library this month and in February as well.

The major discussion topic at this month’s meeting will be Khoury’s Market and the future of the College Terrace Centre. The CTRA has sent a letter to the City Council regarding Khoury Market’s impending closure and several board members will attend Monday’s City Council meeting to speak during Oral Communications. We encourage other neighbors who feel strongly about the market to share your thoughts with the City Council as well.

We will also be discussing the progress of the nominating committee in recruiting for the upcoming 2020-21 CTRA board elections. The board will also begin planning for our annual meeting in March and the next edition of our home-delivered newsletter, Views from the Terrace.

Hope to see you at Wednesday’s meeting!