About Us


The South Natomas Transportation Management Association is a nonprofit, mutual benefit corporation comprised of employers and developers in South Natomas. The TMA works cooperatively with the greater South Natomas community on transportation management and air quality issues to develop and operate successful trip reduction programs that help reduce traffic and improve air quality in Sacramento.


The South Natomas TMA was incorporated in 1989 and has approximately 200 members with 7,500 employees.


The South Natomas TMA is largely funded by membership dues, which pay for programs, services and staff. Occasionally, grants are secured for specific projects or to support the overall mission and operation of the TMA.

Effective January 1, 2017 member companies pay annual dues of $.15 per rentable square foot with annual minimum dues of $450.* Developers pay $.15 per entitled square foot.* For more information about our dues policies click here. Membership dues shall be due on the first day of January of each year.  Membership shall be delinquent if dues are not paid within sixty (60) days of the due date, at which time the member may be ineligible for participation in membership benefit programs.  

*Dues are subject to change.


(Approved by the SNTMA Board of Directors, 7/8/2020)

Subject to exceptions approved by the Board of Directors in extraordinary circumstances, membership dues paid are not refundable. In no event shall membership dues be refunded for past years.


The South Natomas TMA is governed by a Board of Directors which elects a President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. The TMA is administered by a full-time Executive Director and Membership Services Manager. The TMA sub-leases office space in South Natomas from a member company.


An annual membership meeting is held each spring and the Board of Directors meets monthly.


The South Natomas TMA has been recognized by the Association for Commuter Transportation, the Sacramento Area Council of Governments and the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors as an industry leader in developing and implementing innovative programs and services.


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