Count Me In

Ever think about serving on an Association Committee or Task Force?

The Committees typically meet once/month for about 1 hour. This is a one-year commitment that starts on January 1, 2022.

You can participate remotely even after we aren't virtual anymore!

It's a great way to help the Association move forward with the Strategic Plan, network with other members and keep up to date with issues affecting the real estate profession and the Association.

The deadline is December 1.

Simply send in the Request to Serve.

affiliate members - interest in serving on the BOARD OF DIRECTORS?

This is a two year, voting position. 
Please complete the Request to Serve Form and return it by November 10, 2021.

COMMITTEES and task forces


Address the Consumer and Community Goal of the Strategic Plan.  They will provide information, create campaigns, and work to position the association a resource on housing matters.  They will also educate the public on issues relating to home ownership, financing, and public policies.


Provide resources to leaders to reach the goals and strategies of the Strategic Plan, Identify, and train complete leaders on all three levels, be stewards of the association assets, and diversify revenue sources.

Local Government Relations – Sonoma County

Local Government Relations- Napa County

Local Government Relations – Lake/Mendocino County

The LGRC Committees monitor current and potential legislation, forms relationships with elected officials and informs legislators of the effects proposals may have on private property rights and the real estate industry. They recommend positions on local real estate legislation to the Board of Directors.

Local Candidate Recommendations

The LCRC makes contributions to local candidates such as mayors, city council members, sheriffs, county supervisors, school and water board members, and other local elected officials. They also recommend endorsements to the Board of Directors.

Member Services/Education

The Committee reviews and recommends to the Board of Directors products, services, promotes member benefits and helps find what tools are available to help members be successful. They also set our educational offerings for the year, reviews potential classes and provides training that can assist members in their business.


In conjunction with other committee, they will provide access to professional development opportunities, support to maintain the highest standards of professional ethics and investigate a structure to streamline and address violations.

Chapter Committees:

Each Chapter of the Association has a chapter committee that works on a hyper-local level to provide information to members. Information is provided through the weekly marketing meetings. The committees may also plan fundraisers for the North Bay Association Charity for scholarships or donations to local organizations.

Mendocino County, Napa County, North Sonoma County, Petaluma, Rohnert Park/Cotati, Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Sonoma Valley, Windsor

Task Forces:

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Promote diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice within the Association’s Membership and Leadership.  Investigate resources to promote homeownership.


Review current technology and trends that should be addressed and/or utilized by the Association.  Provide resources to members.