NorCal Rental Property Association

Roles of Public Affairs Department

Learn about issues currently being addressed at the local level of government:

  • Issues Monitoring
  • Political Action Committee & Lobbying Efforts
  • Research
  • Community Outreach and Coalition Building

Contact Information

2375 W. March Lane
Stockton, CA 95207
Tel: 209-476-0320
Fax: 209-476-9717


Hours of Operation

  • M-F: 8:30am-4:30pm
  • Closed Daily: 12pm-1pm
  • Closed for Furlough: Monthly 3rd Wed.


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Issues Monitoring

One of the primary responsibilities of the NCRPA Public Affairs Department is the monitoring of emerging issues that affect the rental housing industry. Extensive issues files are maintained in order to track a number of topics throughout their development. Staff researches and analyzes legislation in order to determine the impacts on the industry, and makes recommendations to the Legislative Steering Committee, Executive Committee and the Board of Directors based on this research and the past position statements of the Association.

One of the Department's goals is to keep members informed of any decisions made at the local, state and national levels of government that affect the operation of their businesses as part of the rental housing industry. This is accomplished through the quarterly "Legislative News" published in Insight magazine, as well as periodic "Legislative Reports" that are faxed or e-mailed to members in order to bring attention to an urgent issue that needs immediate action. You can view the Association's most recent Legislative Reports by visiting the "Local Issues" page of this site or by clicking here.

Political Action Committee and Lobbying Efforts

The political arm of the Nor Cal Rental Property Association is its Political Action Committee (NCRPA-PAC). The NCRPA-PAC is a non-profit, non-partisan committee, the purpose of which is to support local ballot measures and candidates that have a positive impact on the rental housing industry. The NCRPA-PAC supports candidates for local office, California State Legislature, as well as ballot initiatives. The NCRPA Legal Fund may be used for anything from defending the industry against legal action to contesting legislation at the local, state and federal levels. Members may contribute to the PAC and Legal Fund by filling out the "Voluntary Contributions" portion of the annual Membership Application or by filling out the forms below.

In addition to utilizing PAC funds, NCRPA Public Affairs staff meets regularly with elected officials at the local, state and federal levels. Also, once a year NCRPA staff and members travel to Sacramento and Washington DC as part of the Association's Legislative Day events in order to advocate on behalf of rental property owners and managers.


The Public Affairs Department publishes three surveys that are widely referenced and are central to understanding the current state of the rental housing industry.

Community Outreach and Coalition Building

In order to maintain awareness of the issues and concerns of our membership, NCRPA is actively involved with many community organizations. By serving on various committees and attending community events, it is our hope that we can not only maintain the Association's involvement in community concerns, but also increase awareness of NCRPA as a positive force in the rental housing industry.

Cities and Government Web Sites

County of San Joaquin

City of Stockton
City of Escalon
City of Lathrop
City of Lodi
City of Manteca
City of Ripon
City of Tracy

County of Stanislaus

City of Modesto
City of Ceres
City of Hughson
City of Newman
City of Oakdale
City of Patterson
City of Riverbank
City of Turlock
City of Waterford

County of Tuolumne

City of Sonora
City of Cedar Ridge
City of Chinese Camp
City of Cold Springs
City of Columbia
City of East Sonora

Cities and Government Web Sites (cont'd)

County of Calaveras

City of Angels Camp
City of Arnold
City of Avery
City of Copperopolis
City of Dorrington
City of Forest Meadows
City of Glencoe
City of Mokelumne Hill
City of Mountain Ranch
City of Murphys
City of Rail Road Flat
City of Rancho Calaveras
City of San Andreas
City of Sheep Ranch
City of Vallecito
City of Valley Springs
City of Wallace
City of West Point

Superior Court
California State Assembly
California State Senate
State of California

Cities and Government Web Sites (cont'd)

County of Mariposa

City of Bear Valley
City of Bootjack
City of Buck Meadows
City of Catheys Valley
City of Coulterville
City of El Portal
City of Greeley Hill
City of Hornitos
City of Mariposa
City of Midpines
City of Wawona
City of Yosemite Valley
City of Groveland
City of Jamestown
City of Long Barn
City of Mi-Wuk Village
City of Mono Vista
City of Phoenix Lake
City of Pine Mountain Lake
City of Sierra Village
City of Soulsbyville
City of Strawberry
City of Tuolumne City
City of Tuttletown
City of Twain Harte