Ward 7 - Colin Coffey

Colin Coffey

Colin Coffey

Resides in Hercules
Term expires end of 2026

Colin Coffey was appointed to the Board in January, 2017. Previously, he served on the Park District’s Park Advisory Committee twice, first appointed by former EBRPD Director Ted Radke from 2001 - 2009 and appointed by the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors from 2012- 2017. He has also been a volunteer Ambassador for the parks for 19 years. He is a longtime supporter of the John Muir Land Trust and a member of the Regional Parks Foundation.

Director Coffey is a retired partner with the firm Best, Best & Krieger in Walnut Creek. Director Coffey is a public health attorney, representing public and nonprofit healthcare providers. He is a past president of the Contra Costa Bar Association. Director Coffey is married, has two children and resides in Hercules. He is a lifelong resident of Contra Costa County.

Current Ethics Certificate (170 KB) [PDF]

Regional Parks in Ward 7 include: Antioch/Oakley Regional Shoreline, Bay Point Regional Shoreline, Big Break Regional Shoreline, Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve, Briones Regional Park, Browns Island Regional Preserve, Carquinez Strait Regional Shoreline, Clayton Ranch Regional Preserve, Contra Loma Regional Park, Crockett Hills Regional Park, Deer Valley Regional Park, Delta Access Regional Recreation Area, Radke Martinez Regional Shoreline, Rancho Pinole Regional Preserve, San Pablo Bay Regional Shoreline, Waterbird Regional Preserve

Cities in Ward 7 include: A portion of Alhambra Valley, Antioch, Bay Point, Bethel Island, Brentwood, Clyde, Crockett, Hercules, Knightsen, Martinez, Mountain View, Oakley, Pacheco, Pittsburg, Port Costa, Rodeo, Vine Hill