Port Costa Conservation Society 

Port Costa Conservation Society (PCCS) Mission statement:

 

“Preserving for public benefit 83 Acres East of Port Costa as a wildlife preserve and the historic 1911 Port Costa school building which is on the National Register of Historic Places as a historical resource for community, civic and recreational uses.”

 

The PCCS is a 510(c)(3) non-profit California organization with an all-volunteer non-paid staff.

The organization has a Board of Directors composed of five elected members who serve 4-year terms.
 

  • The Board meets publicly every third Monday of the month (unless otherwise posted)

  • Please visit our Facebook page for current events: www.facebook.com/portcosta

  • Visit our Blog Here.

PCCS Public Board Meetings 

  • Third Monday of the Month, 7pm 

  • No Meetings are held in December

  • Located in the Historic Port Costa School 

       Recreation Room, 1 Plaza Del Hambre 

Port Costa is a small town on the Carquinez Strait, located between Crockett and Martinez in west Contra Costa County. Across the water is Benicia, in Solano County.

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