Governing Board

The Coastal Conservancy is governed by a seven-member Board of Directors, appointed by the Governor and California Legislature, consisting of:

Alternates include:

Six members of the Legislature, three from each house, provide legislative oversight and participate in Conservancy activities. Two assembly seats are vacant. The oversight members are:

All Coastal Conservancy Staff can be reached at 510-286-1015.

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Latest News

  • Request for Qualifications for Environmental Services-2017
    The California Coastal Conservancy anticipates a need for environmental, engineering, architectural, landscape architectural, and construction project management consulting services for Conservancy projects and programs over the next twelve months. The Conservancy seeks to identify individuals and firms providing these services. To submit your qualifications, please read the Request for Qualifications and complete the Consultant Questionnaire. […] (Read more on Request for Qualifications...)
  • Request for Services – ADA assistance
    The State Coastal Conservancy is seeking the services of a landscape architectural or architectural consultant or consulting team with a specialization in federal and state accessibility laws and associated design parameters. The consultant will assist the Conservancy in its efforts to ensure that it is taking all reasonable measures to avoid discrimination against persons with […] (Read more on Request for Services...)
  • Proposition 1 Grant Round – Bay Area Urban Greening Projects
    The Conservancy announces a new Proposition 1 Grant Solicitation focused on multi-benefit urban greening projects in the nine counties of the San Francisco Bay Area.  Through this grant round the Conservancy seeks to support urban greening projects that meaningfully enhance the ecological function of bay area creeks, watershed and wetlands. These are projects that provide at […] (Read more on Proposition 1 Grant...)
  • Climate Ready Webinar: Lessons-learned in Sea Level Rise Adaptation Planning
      The California State Coastal Conservancy hosted a webinar for 140 people on December 2, 2016 to share examples and lessons learned from some of our sea level rise adaptation planning projects. This webinar highlighted three case studies: - San Mateo (Hilary Papendick, San Mateo County) - Monterey Bay (Kelly Leo, The Nature Conservancy) - […] (Read more on Climate Ready Webinar:...)
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