Compliance

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

NEXT MEETING

Board meetings are every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 8:30am.

OCT

18

8:30am

2022

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA TO COME

To view past meeting Agendas and Minutes, click here

To view the Open Meetings - Brown Act, Policy Number 4215, CLICK HERE.

PAST BOARD MEETINGS

SEP

13

8:30am

2022

AUG

16

8:30am

2022

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

JUL

19

8:30am

2022

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

JUN

21

8:30am

2022

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

MAY

17

8:30am

2022

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

APR

19

8:30am

2022

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

MAR

15

8:30am

2022

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

FEB

15

8:30am

2022

Board Meeting Cancelled

JAN

18

8:30am

2022

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

DEC

21

8:30am

2021

Board Meeting Cancelled

NOV

16

8:30am

2021

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

OCT

19

8:30am

2021

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

OCT

8

12:00pm

2021

Special Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

SEP

21

8:30am

2021

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

AUG

17

8:30am

2021

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

JUL

20

8:30am

2021

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

JUN

28

8:30am

2021

Special Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

JUN

15

8:30am

2021

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

MAY

18

8:30am

2021

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

APR

20

8:30am

2021

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

MAR

17

8:30am

2021

Board Meeting

BOARD AGENDA

MINUTES

FEB

16

8:30am

2021

JAN

19

8:30am

2021

COMPENSATION

To view the State Controller’s webpage for the CCRCD’s reported board member and staff compensation, select the first button below.

ENTERPRISE SYSTEM CATALOG

In order to comply with SB 272 (2015)/Government Code 6270.5, our Enterprise System Catalog can be found below.

ENTERPRISE SYSTEM CATALOG

CONTACT US

Main Phone Line:  (925) 672-4577

DESCRIPTION OF CCRCD SERVICES and FUNCTIONS

Click this link to visit the California Special Districts Association CCRCD page.

CALIFORNIA SPECIAL DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION CCRCD PAGE

CCRCD SERVICE AREA & CSDA MAPPING PROJECT

The red border on the below map indicates the CCRCD boundaries and service area of Contra Costa County. Click the button to visit the California Special Districts Association mapping project.

CALIFORNIA SPECIAL DISTRICTS ASSOCIATION MAPPING PROJECT

PUBLIC RECORDS

FAIR POLITICAL PRACTICES COMMISSION:
To download/view the California Public Records Request Intake Form, please select the button below. After you have completed the form, please send to this email here.

REQUEST INTAKE FORM

PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST POLICY


REIMBURSEMENT DISCLOSURE REPORT
Annual disclosure of board member or employee reimbursements for individual charges over $100 for services or products.

REIMBURSEMENT DISCLOSURE REPORT


PRESS RELEASE
Community notification through press release to local media outlet.

LATEST PRESS RELEASE


POLICIES‍

CONFLICT OF INTEREST

ETHICS POLICY

APPOINTMENT PROCEDURES

The following Appointment Procedures is excerpted from the Contra Costa County Advisory Body Handbook v2020, section IV. Please select the button below.

APPOINTMENT PROCEDURES (3 pages)

The following button links to the Contra Costa County Advisory Body Handbook v2020 in its entirety. Please select the button below.

CCC ADVISORY BODY HANDBOOK

AUTHORIZING STATUTE / ENABLING ACT

To download/view the California Public Resource Code Division 9_Enabling Act Code 9151 (page 12) please select PDF icon below.

ENABLING ACT CODE

Transparency Certificate of Excellence Awarded to the CCRCD

Concord, CA — The Contra Costa Resource Conservation District has received the District Transparency Certificate of Excellence by the Special District Leadership Foundation (SDLF) in recognition of its outstanding efforts to promote transparency and good governance. “This award is a testament to the Contra Costa Resource Conservation District’s commitment to open government,” said, Chris Lim, Executive Director. “Our staff is to be commended for their contributions that empower the public with information and facilitate engagement and oversight.”
To receive the award, the Contra Costa Resource Conservation District demonstrated the completion of essential governance transparency requirements, including conducting ethics training for all board members, properly conducting open and public meetings, and filing financial transactions and compensation reports to the State Controller in a timely manner.