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.
- San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail Implementation Meeting #32 – December 6, 2019Time 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Location Elihu M. Harris State Office Building 1515 Clay Street, 10th Floor, Del Norte Conference Room Oakland, California Conference Call / Webinar Information: To participate remotely by telephone, dial 1-877-336-1829; Participant code: 555450#. Please use your mute button when not speaking and do not put us on hold. For […] (Read more on San Francisco Bay...)
- Job Posting: Chief of Fiscal Services“Love the California coast, the environment and managing Fiscal Services? This might be the job for you!” The position is located in Oakland, CA. Full information on the role and details on how to apply can be found here: https://www.jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=180000 **Once a significant candidate pool is received, an internal cutoff period will be established and […] (Read more on Job Posting: Chief...)
- Coastal Conservancy Awards Over $10 Million for Coastal Protection, Restoration and AccessBoard approves funding to support coastal projects and programming Arcata, CA – Today, the Board of the California State Coastal Conservancy awarded $10.8 million to 17 projects to protect and restore the California coast and San Francisco Bay, and increase public access to these natural resources. The projects funded include $1,500,000 to Monterey […] (Read more on Coastal Conservancy Awards...)