The DRPA Officers

            voted on each year 

Val Henry - President

Darcee Klapp - Vice President

Karan Slobom - Secretary

Amber Claflin - Treasurer

Noretta Barker- Media/Marketing& Newsletter

MaryBeth Navas - Trails

Historian - Alice Hall

 Kristian Hultgren - Neighborhood Watch 


Historian - Alice Hall / Non voting  or member / Citizen at Large

The DRPA Board of Directors and their Term Limits

Val Henry - Chairperson /term 1 yr. re-election 2021

Darcee Klapp - Vice Chairperson / term 3 yr. re-election 2023

Karan Slobom - Secretary / term 2 yr. re-election 2022

Amber Claflin - Treasurer / term 2yr. re-election 2022

Bill Klapp - Agent of Process / term 3 yr. re-election 2023

Noretta Barker - Media /Marketing / term 1yr. re-election 2021

Kristian Hultgren - Neighborhood Watch / term 2yr. re-election 2022

MaryBeth Navas - Trails / term 1 yr. re-election 2021

Jeff Deputy - Member / 2yr. re-election 2021

Craig Braun- Member / term 1 yr. re-election 2021




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The DRPA Statement of Purpose

The Devore Rural Protection Association was formed with a commitment to bring forth the consensus of the community. Along with this primary goal, the group has developed guidelines that they feel represent the rights and responsibilities of all Devore residents. These include but are not limited to:

  1. Maintain Devore's rural identity and way of life, with no curbs or street lights on our roads.

  2. Protect Devore from annexation and encroachment by neighboring cities and maintain our present County form of government.

  3. Retain the one-residence-per-acre minimum.

  4. Remain independently serviced by private and county agencies.

  5. Preserve our trails and open-space land.

  6. insure responsible and compatible growth and development in the Devore area.

If you live in Devore, you are already considered a member of the D.R.P.A. If you would like to get involved in our activities and learn how you can help Devore remain a unique, rural, tranquil place to live, please come to one of our meetings (next meeting: Monday, February 1st, 7:00 pm, Kimbark Elementary School) or contact one of our Board members.





Items Need for the: DRPA Emergency Fund

Devore Disaster List - Items Needed


Flash Lights

Backboards for patients

Tent ( 4 person) & (8 person)

Fold-up Chairs and tables

First Aid kits - we have some but need more

Tool Set - pliers, cutters, both types screw drivers, adjustable wrench,

Large wrench

Light Sticks

Staple Gun

Duct Tape


Gas Containers

Limb Saw/ Rock Rake

Bar-b-que or huge cooking grill

Yellow caution tape

Scissors/ Gloves

Kitchen Utensils/ kettles, serving bowls (large & small)Towels

AM/FM Portable Radios

Meal Ready to Eat (one pallet)

Ham Radio - or access to one


***Those in the community that would like to donate these specific items, please contact Darcee Klapp at (909) 856-5089