Community Appointment Opportunities
County government includes a variety of citizen commissions, committees, and other entities formed to advise the Board of Supervisors and County staff on issues and policy. Each Supervisor makes appointments to these advisory bodies to represent their district. These bodies are a great way to become active in your government.
District II Openings:
Alamo Municipal Advisory Committee (MAC)
Youth Representative Seat
To advise on issues and concerns related to services provided by the County or other local agencies located within Alamo, which includes parks & recreation, lighting & landscaping, land use, code enforcement, public safety, and transportation. Find out more information about volunteering for an advisory body here https://www.contracosta.ca.gov/3418/Appointed-Bodies-Committees-Commissions. To apply online go to www.co.contra-costa.ca.us/.
Affordable Housing Finance Committee (AHFC)
The Contra Costa County Internal Operations Committee (IOC) of the Board of Supervisors is now accepting applications from individuals to fill vacant positions for the Affordable Housing Finance Committee (AHFC):
• Central County (Unincorporated) Representative,
• At-Large/Community Representative.
• Be a resident of Contra Costa County in one of the above vacant residency membership categories.
• Have professional experience in the field of affordable housing finance, design, development, or property management.
To obtain an application for or further information, contact Kristin Sherk, staff liaison to the AHFC, at 925-655-2889 or [email protected] may also be obtained from the Clerk of the Board located at 1025 Escobar Street, 1st Floor, Martinez, CA 94553.
For more information, click on the button below. A fillable application is available on the website for your convenience.
Contra Costa County Fish and Wildlife Committee
The Contra Costa County Fish and Wildlife Committee is now accepting applications from individuals and groups interested in enhancing the fish and wildlife resources of the County. Grant applications must be received by September 27, 2023, at 5:00 p.m.
During the 2023 grant cycle, a total of $71,045 was awarded to 10 projects. The awards ranged from $1,015 to $15,100.
Application materials may be obtained on the Fish and Wildlife Committee website or by contacting Maureen Parkes of the Contra Costa County Conservation and Development Department by phone at 925‐655‐2909 or by e‐mail at [email protected]