The County Service Area R-7A (CSA R-7A) also known as Alamo Parks & Recreation, provides park maintenance, improvements, and events in the Alamo area.
- Alamo School Sports Field and Batting Cages (PDF)*
- Andrew H. Young Park (PDF)
- Hap Magee Ranch Park (PDF)
- Livorna Park (PDF)
- Rancho Romero School Sports Field and Park (PDF)*
- Alamo Parks Brochure (PDF)
*Open to the public only after school hours.
Alamo Municipal Advisory Council (MAC)
The Alamo Municipal Advisory Council is comprised of seven members and one alternate that serve as an advisory body to the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors and the County planning agency. Members are appointed to the council by the Board of Supervisors to serve the unincorporated area of Alamo.
MAC responsibilities include parks and recreation, lighting and landscaping, land-use and code enforcement, public safety, transportation, and other county services.
Meetings are held at 6 p.m. on the 1st Tuesday of each month at the Alamo Women’s Club 1401 Danville Boulevard.
Alamo MAC 2021
David Barclay (Chair): has served as President of numerous Homeowners Associations including Alamo Crest where he currently lives. He has been active in school fundraising and served as the Chair of the Oversight Committee responsible for the implementation of a school bond. He brings great experience in land and fiscal management to the MAC.
Sanjiv Bhandari (Vice-Chair): is the President & CEO of BKBC Architects Inc., an award-winning planning and design firm based in Walnut Creek. He has over 35 years of experience in architecture, urban design, and master planning of retail, residential and mixed-use projects. For the last three decades Sanjiv has been actively involved with many professional organizations and has served in various positions on numerous boards and commissions including; Board of Directors of Urban Land Institute (ULI) San Francisco; Design Review Commission for the City of Walnut Creek; Board of Directors and Chairman of Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce; Chairman of the Architectural Review Board for the City of San Ramon; Director of American Institute of Architects (AIA) San Francisco; advisory council of Metropolitan Transpiration Commission (MTC); advisory council of Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD); and Contra Costa County Green Building Task Force. He has been a Bay Area resident since 1983, settling in Alamo in 1998 with his wife and two sons.
Sharon Burke: has lived in Alamo since 1982, raising her three children here who all attended local schools. She has been active in community affairs, serving on Alamo's Boulevard of Trees Committee and Zone 36 Beautification Committee, and was a PTA President and served on the school district Schools Facilities Committee when her children were in school. She has a communications degree from the University of San Francisco. She had a 20-year career in association management and retired as Executive Director of the California Christmas Tree Growers Association. Her most recent public service was as an alternate public member on Contra Costa Local Agency Formation Commission from 2009-2017.
Heather Chaput: has lived in Alamo for 14 years and has served in several community organizations during that time. She holds a degree in Electrical Engineering and began her career in technology sales and business development with Texas Instruments Semiconductor Group and technology analyst firm, The Yankee Group. Over the past 15 years, she has served in various volunteer positions at Rancho Romero Elementary, Stone Valley Middle School PTA, Women’s Ministries at Community Presbyterian Church and she currently leads a Youth Ambassador service group through Pledge To Humanity. Heather and her husband are both Partners in the Napa Valley wine label, Rudius Wines. She is the mother of two active teenage boys and you’ll often find her enjoying exercise on the Iron Horse Trail and frequenting local restaurants.
Justin Gagnon: is a father of four school-aged children and CEO of Choicelunch, a healthy school lunch delivery company serving 300 schools throughout California. He currently serves as Board Chair for Open Heart Kitchen, a non-profit addressing food insecurity in the Tri-Valley. He is active in the community, serving on the school board of St. Isidore School and as President of the board of the San Ramon Valley Chorale, a community choir based in Alamo where he enjoys singing as a tenor. A native of the San Ramon Valley, Justin and his wife Allison are blessed to raise their family in the community he has always called home.
Genevieve “Ginny” Herron (Youth Member)
Robert Mowat: was born and raised in the Bay Area is a former resident of Danville for 23 years and currently living in Alamo for the past 3 years. He is Principal for the award-winning landscape architecture and land planning firm Robert Mowat Associates located in Walnut Creek and the Napa Valley. His community experience includes past Commissioner and President for the City of South San Francisco’s Historic Preservation Commission for 8 years. He has been involved in charitable fundraising projects for the 1989 earthquake and the 9-11 Flight 93 Memorial in Union City, California. Robert Mowat is actively involved in the California State Licensing Board (LATC) writing and vetting exam questions along with being a grader for the National Landscape Architecture Exam (UNE). He has served as a volunteer on numerous civic commissions and panels interviewing potential candidates and design teams for upcoming public works projects and positions. He frequently serves at universities as a guest speaker for students of landscape architecture. Mr. Mowat served as an HOA Board member as past President, Vice President, and Treasurer. He initiated and developed several capital improvement programs and reserve studies for the HOA. He has served on several civic and public water conservation boards and panels.
Susan Rock (Alternate): is the mother of middle school twins, a Pack 53 volunteer, and a team mom. She is a former vice president of a Silicon Valley software company, a former strategy executive at Accenture, and former chairwoman of the Midsummer Mozart Festival. She brings financial management and strategy expertise to the MAC.
Anne Struthers: has lived in Alamo for over twenty years and has served on numerous local PTA boards. She is currently President of the Regional Center of the East Bay, and recently retired as a Division Manager for Contra Costa County Employment and Human Services. She brings knowledge of human services and community needs to the MAC.
Alamo MAC Meeting Agendas
|March 17, 2021||P5||Agenda (PDF)|
|February 27, 2010 (Special Meeting)||P5||Agenda (PDF)||Minutes (PDF)|
|February 17, 2021||P5||Agenda (PDF)|
|January 20, 2021||P5||Agenda (PDF)||Minutes (PDF)|
|December 16, 2020||P5||Agenda (PDF)||Minutes (PDF)|
|October 14, 2020||P5||Agenda (PDF)||Minutes (PDF)|
|September 9, 2020||P5||Agenda (PDF)||Minutes (PDF)|
|June 10, 2020||P5||Agenda (PDF)|
|May 13, 2020||P5||Cancelled|
|March 13, 2019||P5||Agenda (PDF)|
|January 9, 2019||P5||Agenda (PDF)||Minutes (PDF)|
|December 3, 2018||P5||Agenda (PDF)||Minutes (PDF)|
|November 14, 2018||P5||Minutes (PDF)|
|October 10, 2018||P5||Agenda||Minutes (PDF)|
|August 8, 2018||P5||Agenda (PDF)||Minutes|
|July 11, 2018||P5||Agenda (PDF)||Minutes (PDF)|
|June 13, 2018||P5||Minutes (PDF)|
ALAMO POLICE SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE (P2B)
|April 5, 2021||Agenda|
|March 1, 2021||Agenda|
|January 13, 2021 SPECIAL MEETING||Agenda|
|January 4, 2021||Agenda||Record of Actions|
|December 7, 2020||Agenda|
|November 9, 2020||Agenda|
|October 12, 2020||Minutes|
|July 6, 2020||Agenda|
|May 4, 2020||Agenda||Minutes|
|October 1, 2018||Minutes|
|August 6, 2019||Agenda|