To build community inclusiveness, the Council is reaching out to Borrego organizations and sub-groups, many of whom have not had a ‘seat at the table’ in the past. Within months of approving the broadened BVSC scope, dozens of businesses, HOAs, organizations, institutions, and government agencies have become signatories to the MOU and supporters of the BVSC. The goal is to have as many Borrego stakeholders as possible represented by member organizations.




In alphabetical order, the BVSC signatories, as of June 3, 2020, are:


  1. Anza Borrego Desert Natural History Association – Betsy Knaak
  2. Anza Borrego Foundation – Bri Fordem
  3. Anza Villas HOA – Lee Rogers
  4. Borrego Art Institute – Robert Wright
  5. Borrego Health – Mark Connelly
  6. Borrego Ministers’ Association – Laura Brecht
  7. Borrego Outfitters – Ben Nourse
  8. Borrego Springs Chamber of Commerce – Francoise Rhodes
  9. Borrego Springs Homeowners’ Association/Bike Borrego – Dave Duncan
  10. Borrego Springs Unified School District – Martha Deichler
  11. Borrego Valley Endowment Fund – Bob Kelly
  12. Borrego Village Association – Dale Jones
  13. Borrego Water District – Kathy Dice
  14. California Overland – Joe Rafetto
  15. California State Parks, Colorado Desert District – Terry Gerson
  16. Christmas Circle – Jim Wilson
  17. Club Circle East HOA – Susan Percival
  18. COVID 19 TASK FORCE – David Leibert
  19. de Anza Villas HOA – Lee Rogers 
  20. Desert Shadows HOA – Kari Koskinen
  21. Rams Hill – Harry Turner
  22. Rams Hill Community Association – Tim Gamble
  23. Rams Hill Vallecitos HOA – Christopher Taylor
  24. Roadrunner Tree Farm/La Casa del Zorro – Jack McGrory
  25. Seley Ranches – Mike Seley
  26. Senior Center – Dan Wright
  27. Springs/Roadrunner – Rich Pinel
  28. The Mall – Jim Wermers
  29. Tubb Canyon Desert Conservancy – David Garmon
  30. University of California Irvine – Travis Huxman
  31. Vista Villas President – John Blair