Engage with the County!

Contra Costa County is always in need of help, and our sustainability work is no exception. You can get involved with our various community groups and volunteer opportunities, or even our Sustainability Committee!

Board of Supervisor's Sustainability Ad-Hoc Committee

The Board of Supervisors’ Ad Hoc Committee on Sustainability focuses on implementing the County’s Climate Action Plan.  Supervisor John Gioia and Supervisor Federal Glover serve on the Committee on Sustainability.
Link to Sustainability Ad-Hoc Committee

Sustainability Commission

In 2017, the Board of Supervisors created the Sustainability Commission to advise the Board and County staff on successful implementation of the County’s Climate Action Plan, including how to realize equity and fairness across the County and how to better engage residents and businesses.
Link to Sustainability Commission

Sustainability Exchange

The Sustainability Exchange is a quarterly gathering for local government staff in Contra Costa County who work on sustainability issues to network and learn from one another.  If you report to a Board or Council that is elected, you are welcome to join us!
Link to Sustainability Exchange

Library

The Contra Costa County Library offers workshops and has resources that can help you save money and keep our community healthy.

Community Groups

There are many community-based organizations in Contra Costa County that welcome your support.  The list below is not complete; feel free to send us information about groups in your area!

Sustainable Contra Costa
Contra Costa County Climate Leaders
John Muir Land Trust
Save Mount Diablo
Friends of Marsh Creek Watershed
Urban Tilth
The Watershed Project
511 Contra Costa