About CCRCD

The Contra Costa Resource Conservation District (CCRCD) was formed in 1941. Our service area is consistent with the political boundaries of Contra Costa County and covers 516,191 acres. CCRCD is one of California’s 95 Resource Conservation Districts. For more information about California's RCDs, visit the California Association of Resource Conservation Districts.

Governance:
The Contra Costa RCD is governed by a voluntary Board of Directors appointed by the County Board of Supervisors and regulated under Division 9: California Public Resources Code.

Purpose:
We are a non-regulatory special district of the state whose mission is to conserve the natural resources of Contra Costa County. Click here to learn what a special district is.

Mission Statement:
The Mission of the Contra Costa Resource Conservation District is to Facilitate Conservation and Stewardship of the Natural Resources in Contra Costa County.

Compliance:
Visit our COMPLIANCE page to view the schedule of our next Board meeting, Board Agenda, Financials, Compensation, and the Enterprise Catalog.

Vision:
The vision of the Board of Directors and staff of the CCRCD is that we are an active agent that helps the communities of Contra Costa County thrive in balance with the natural systems that support clean water, clean air, healthy soils, and a healthy environment. Download entire "Strategic Direction for 2018-2021" PDF below.

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CURRENTS Annual Report is here

A lot has happened between June 2019 and June 2020, and as much as the COVID pandemic has affected all of us and altered most of what we do, the CCRCD has learned, adapted, and excelled despite the challenges that were set before us. Below is our latest edition. Select the 'Pop-out' icon (square with an arrow as you hover over image) to open and take a look!

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