Regional Priority Plan

The Contra Costa Resource Conservation District (CCRCD) and the Alameda County Resource Conservation District (ACRCD) worked jointly with funding from the Coastal Conservancy to develop a Regional Priority Plan (RPP) for Contra Costa and Alameda Counties. The goal of the Regional Priority Plan process was to identify regional natural resource concerns that could be exacerbated by catastrophic wildfire and develop projects or other methods to remedy those issues ahead of the next fire. The planning process started in November 2020 and completed in September 2022.

The Contra Costa and Alameda County Regional Priority Plan is available to view in two files, one with maps (60+ megabyes), one without maps (6 megabytes).

CCRCD-ACRCD RPP Final with Maps v2

Click above image to view the Alameda and Contra Costa County Regional Wildfire Prevention Plan with Maps.

CCRCD-ACRCD RPP Final without Maps v2

Click above image to view the Alameda and Contra Costa County Regional Wildfire Prevention Plan without Maps.

To learn more about the plan or the process, please visit the project website here:
Alameda and Contra Costa County Regional Priority Plan
For more information, please email us at for any questions or more information.

Introducing our RPP team!

Christopher Lim




Christopher Lim

Skills: Grant writing, leadership, relationship building, “putting out fires.”

Fun Fact: Likes cooking, sneakers, hi fi sound, and trying new food and restaurants.

Christopher Lim

Chris is a conservationist that does this work not only for the planet, but for people. He has been in the restoration field for over 20 years and has worked in all three sectors: private, public, and nonprofit. Chris has worked with communities to restore native species and habitats from the top to the bottom of watersheds. He built one of the first community-based native oyster reefs in San Francisco Bay and relishes the opportunity to interweave restoration projects with environmental education. As a Contra Costa County native, he finds his current work of increasing resilience in his local watersheds deeply meaningful and rewarding. Chris graduated with an undergraduate degree in Integrative Biology from the University of California at Berkeley with an emphasis in Marine Biology and Oceanography, plus a minor in Geography. He also earned a Masters of Nonprofit Administration from the University of San Francisco.

Ben Weise




Ben Weise

Skills: Permitting, conservation on agricultural land, illegal dumping prevention

Fun Fact: Eagle Scout, former member of the University of California Marching Band, aspiring birder, and a Contra Costa native raised in Southern California.

Ben Weise

Ben started working with Contra Costa RCD in January 2017 after receiving two Masters degrees from Indiana University in Natural Resource Management and Environmental Policy following undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley. Ben manages the Voluntary Local Program, the EcoStewards Program, and other conservation programs focused on agricultural lands.