Save the Date: General Membership Meeting! 
  An ENA General Membership meeting has been tentatively scheduled for

  Thursday, April 26 at the Coloma Center. Details to follow. 
  IF you have not already done so, please 
TAKE the SURVEY on what you would like to see

  covered at the General Meeting.
  If you would like to help with General Meeting, please contact
vp@elmhurstna.com



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 Traffic Calming 

  The ENA Traffic Calming Committee is continuing to press for additional stop signs and   

  speed bumps to slow traffic and reduce the use of V, 51st , and T Streets as thoroughfares.      

  Get involved, contact Rick Henry at ovejasave.henry@gmail.com 



ENA NEWS

Wikipedia link to Elmhurst, Sacramento, CA

  Save the Elms Program (STEP) 2018 Training
  On Saturday, April 14, 2018, 10am – 12noon, the Sacramento Tree Foundation will hold a

  training to teach volunteers how to monitor our local elm trees for Dutch Elm disease at

  the Coloma Center, 4623 T St.  Registration is required: http://sactree.org/STEP

  A training will also be held at the Coloma Center on Saturday, May 5, 10am – 12noon.
  If you have questions about the STEP program, please email 
volunteer@sactree.com.

UPDATE:

ENA IS WORRIED ABOUT THE ELM TREE PROTECTIONS - WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2016 

Attached is link to the Sacramento Bee's article on City of Sacramento Tree Ordinance revisions. As stated before, ENA remains in opposition to these revisions. We are worried about our old elm, ash, and oak trees that provide many benefits to Elmhurst, East Sacramento, and the city in general.

Don't Mess Around with Trees

http://www.sacbee.com/opinion/opn-columns-blogs/foon-rhee/article54519315.html

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​​The ENA budget is available upon request.

UPDATE:

ENA IS WORRIED ABOUT THE ELM TREE PROTECTIONS - WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 2016 

Attached is link to the Sacramento Bee's article on City of Sacramento Tree Ordinance revisions. As stated before, ENA remains in opposition to these revisions. We are worried about our old elm, ash, and oak trees that provide many benefits to Elmhurst, East Sacramento, and the city in general.

Don't Mess Around with Trees

http://www.sacbee.com/opinion/opn-columns-blogs/foon-rhee/article54519315.html

Spring Easter Egg Hunt – Volunteers needed,

email: president@elmhurstna.com

ELMHURST NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION