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Golden Rain Foundation

Portrait of Bob Kelso.
2018-19 GRF BudgetGRF Board President Bob Kelso

The Golden Rain Foundation (GRF) is a nonprofit corporation formed for the primary purposes of sponsoring the formation of housing associations referred to as Mutual Corporations or Mutuals within Rossmoor and to hold in trust for the Mutuals all the community-owned facilities. In its capacity as trustee, the Foundation is authorized to provide community facilities and services to the residents of the community. The community is represented by the GRF Board of directors.
GRF Board is made up of nine directors representing districts throughout Rossmoor.

  • Each director is elected for a three-year term and each term is staggered so that three directors are elected each year.
  • Directors must reside in the district in which they are elected, but they represent the interests of all members of the foundation.
  • The GRF Board meets monthly to establish policies, procedures and rules for the community, as well as make decisions on community facilities. All Board actions are on the Rossmoor Documents site.

To learn more about the governing bodies of the Golden Rain Foundation or to view documents, click on any of the sections below. Agendas and Minutes for the most recent and upcoming meetings can be found by clicking on the link below.

Recent and Upcoming Agendas and Minutes


Watch past monthly meetings on YouTube


Map of district divisions. 2013-02-06-Rossmoor-Districts-11×17-converted
District A – 754 manors District A includes Golden Rain Road entries 1 through 15; Oakmont Way on Entry 9 of Oakmont Drive; and Pine Knoll Drive entries 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 7A and 8.

District B – 751 manors District B includes Golden Rain Road entries 16 through 29; Pine Knoll Drive Entry 9; Skycrest Drive entries 1, 3A and B, 7 through 9, and 11 through 17; and Mutuals 8 and 21.

District C – 742 manors District C includes Golden Rain Road addresses on Oakmont Drive entries 2, 4, and 8; Fairlawn Court entries 3 and 5; Pine Knoll Drive entries 4 and 6; Oakmont Drive entries 2 through 7 and 10 through 16; Oakmont Way Entry 8; Rockledge Lane entries 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10; Tice Creek Drive entries A and AA and addresses on Entry 1 of Oakmont and Entry 2 of Rockledge.

District D – 736 manors District D includes Fairlawn Court entries 2, 4, and 6; Running Springs Road entries 1 through 10 and E; Leisure Lane entries 1 through 11; Stanley Dollar Drive entries 1 through 10 and 5A; Tice Creek Drive entries 1, 2 and 3, B, C, D, E, and Entry 1 on Fairlawn Court.

District E – 736 manors District E includes Tice Creek Drive entries 4 through 11 and 12A and 12B; Singingwood Court entries 1 through 8; Canyonwood Court entries 1 through 11; and Ptarmigan Drive entries 1 through 5.

District F – 748 manors District F includes Project 47, Avenida Sevilla Entry 2; Ptarmigan Drive 6 through 10 and 13 through 16; Terra Granada Drive entries 1 though 8; and Mutuals 28, 29, 30, and 48.

District G – 734 manors District G includes Avenida Sevilla Entry 1 and Project 46, Avenida Sevilla Entry 2; Terra Granada Drive entries 9, 11, through 13, 14 A and B, 15, 16, 18, 19, and 21 through 25; Tice Creek Drive entries 13 through 15, 16 A and B, and 17; and Mutuals 22, 59, and 61 (Heritage Oaks).

District H – 749 manors District H includes Rossmoor Parkway entries 1 through 8; Saklan Indian Drive entries 2, 6, 8 and 10 through 13; Terra California Drive entries 9 through 14; and all of Mutual 68, which is the Eagle Ridge neighborhood.

District I – 728 manors District I includes Cactus Court entries 1 through 7; Saklan Indian Drive entries 1, 3, 4, 5 and 9; Terra California Drive entries 1 through 8; all the streets in Mutual 56, which is the Lakeshire neighborhood; Mutual 58, which includes both buildings of the Waterford; and all the streets in Mutual 65, the Devonshire neighborhood.

GRF Board of Directors

News photo by Dan Rosenstrauch
The Golden Rain Foundation 2019 Board, from left, Secretary Barbara Coenen, Treasurer Mary Neff, Sue Adams, Kathleen Stumpfel, President Bob Kelso, Vice President Les Birdsall, Carl Brown, Ken Anderson and Dale Harrington.

The Board of Directors holds regular business meetings on the last Thursday of each month at 9:00am in Peacock Hall at Gateway. The meetings are open to all residents. Email the Board at Click on the sections below to view Golden Rain Foundation documents:

GRF Committees


Mission Statement for Ad Hoc Technology Committee


Chairman Brian Stack, (925) 274-1921

Aquatics Advisory Committee Charter

Mary K. Neff, Chair

Compensation Committee Charter

Recent and Upcoming Agendas and Minutes

Chairman F. William Dorband, (925) 932-8545

Finance Committee Charter

Catherine Herdering, Chair  (925) 708-7302

Fitness Center Advisory Committee Charter

Chairman John McDonnell, (925) 954-8188

Golf Advisory Committee Charter

IT TASK Force Recommendations

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Kenneth Anderson, Chair

Policy Agenda, June 5, 2018

Policy Committee Charter

Recent and Upcoming Agendas and Minutes