Financial Reports

At the first Coastal Conservancy meeting of the fiscal year, staff provides an annual financial report to the Coastal Conservancy Board. The financial report is an overview of the past year’s expenditures and an overall picture of the agency’s funding. The report describes the budget for the operation of the Conservancy and summarizes both funding for the implementation of Conservancy projects and grants.

At the direction of the Legislature, the Conservancy developed a long term funding plan for the operation of the agency from 2013 – 2023, assuming no new bond funds.  In November 2014, Caliornia voters approved Proposition 1, a water bond that provides $100.5 million to be administered by the Conservancy. The Conservancy’s long term funding plan is a roadmap for the future and is revisited every year as part of the annual financial report.

Latest News

  • Climate Ready Grants available, applications due July 2nd
    The Conservancy announces a new Climate Ready grant solicitation; applications are due July 2, 2018. Climate Ready grants fund nature-based solutions for climate adaptation. Projects in this round will be funded by the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund, and must facilitate greenhouse gas emission reductions. These grants seek to support projects located in and benefiting disadvantaged communities. The […] (Read more on Climate Ready Grants...)
  • June 2 is National Trails Day on the California Coastal Trail
    Saturday, June 2, 2018, is National Trails Day!  We hope you’ll celebrate the day on the California Coastal Trail.  The CCT has something for everyone, from sandy beaches to windswept bluffs.  It’s a great spot for a hike or a stroll, or just to enjoy the view. You can find trail information and maps on […] (Read more on June 2 is...)
  • Coastal Conservancy Prop 1 Grant Solicitation
    The Conservancy announces a new Proposition 1 Grant Solicitation, applications are due June 8, 2018.  Conservancy Proposition 1 grants fund multi-benefit ecosystem and watershed protection and restoration projects. Priority project types include: water sustainability improvements, anadromous fish habitat enhancement, wetland restoration and urban greening. The solicitation document and application materials are posted here. (Read more on Coastal Conservancy Prop...)
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