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  • Board of Directors Meeting - Information More...

    • For additional information about Board of Directors activities, contact: Secretary of the Board, 1-888-EBPARKS (1-888-327-2757), extension 2020.

  • Board of Directors Committee Meeting - Information More...

    • These are meeting agendas and minutes of the various committees of the Board of Directors of the East Bay Regional Park District which include: Executive, Finance, Legislative, Natural and Cultural Resources, Operations, and other inter-agency Liaison Committees.

      If you would like to become an EBRPD-City of Fremont Liaison Committee Citizen Advisory member, click here to download the application.

  • Park Advisory Committee Meeting - Information More...

    • The Park Advisory Committee (PAC) is a 21-member citizens' advisory group appointed by the East Bay Regional Park District Board of Directors. Candidates are nominated by individual Board members and a variety of other public entities, such as the Mayors' Conference, Board of Supervisors, and Special District Chapters of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.

      The PAC studies issues and makes recommendations and comments on a spectrum of policy issues, such as grazing, dogs, horses and bikes in parks, the Park District budget, naming park facilities, park land use plans, new concessions, and more.

      Members are appointed for two-year terms and may serve a total of four consecutive terms, or eight years. Service is voluntary and members receive no compensation. Meetings are held in the evenings on the fourth Monday of each month at the Park District Headquarters in Oakland.

      The PAC provides members with a great opportunity to learn more about the Park District and is a forum for input from the community. For additional information on becoming a PAC member, call Erich Pfuehler, Legislative Administrative Manager, at (510) 544-2006.

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