Fish & Wildlife Committee (FWC)

Responsibilities
  • Advise the Board of Supervisors on fish and wildlife issues that may affect Contra Costa County (CCC)
  • Make recommendations to the Board for the expenditure of funds from the Fish and Wildlife Propagation Fund pursuant to Fish and Game Code Section 13103
  • Address issues surrounding the enforcement of fish and game laws and regulations in CCC
  • Consider other issues referred to the Committee by the Board

In 2018, the Fish and Wildlife Committee will meet on January 17, February 21, April 18, July 18 and November 28 at 3:00 pm. Please check the website for updates to the meeting schedule. 


Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the scheduled meetings.
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Agenda and Minute Archive


Agenda Archive 2010-2016
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Meeting Minutes Archive 2010-2016
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For agendas and minutes prior to 2010, please contact staff at (925) 674-7203.


Grant Application
The 2019 grant application will be available in August 2018. 


Members


  • Judy Bendix   District I
  • Clark Dawson   District III
  • Roni Gehlke   At-large 
  • Susan Heckly, Secretary  District II
  • Kathleen Jennings, Vice-chair   At-large  
  • Brett Morris District IV
  • Daniel Pellegrini, Chair   District V
  • Heather Rosmarin At-large
  • Jeff Skinner   At-large 
  • Vacant At-large Alternate
Application for New Members
There are two upcoming At-large vacancy positions and one At-large Alternate position available. The deadline to apply is October 1, 2018. 
  1. Living with Wildlife
  2. Helpful Organizations
Living with Wildlife

The County Fish and Wildlife Committee, an advisory committee to the County Board of Supervisors, found that with the increase in homes built near open spaces, there has been an increase in negative interactions between humans and local wildlife. 

If you have unwanted wild animals in your backyard in Contra Costa County, the Wildlife Matrix provides a list of organizations that may be able to assist you.

The FWC published a 16-page booklet called “Wildlife in Your Backyard” that outlines common strategies used to prevent unwanted encounters with wildlife in urban neighborhoods. 

Wildlife in Your Backyard




Barn Owl