Government Affairs Department
The Government Affairs Department works on a local, state, and Federal level to support the Park District’s projects, programs, and communities. Staff align funding and policy advocacy with identified project and program needs and priorities; track funding and policy programs; maintain relationships with partners; and lead research and survey projects to support advocacy goals.
Our scope of engagement and responsibility includes seven Board Members, nine members of the Executive Team, eight Federal legislative offices, 11 State legislative offices, 10 County Supervisor offices, and 33 cities with 180 council members. Areas of focus include wildfire protection, healthy forests; climate change adaptation and mitigation; equitable outdoor access and community health; wildlife and natural habitat health; support for conservation corps and green jobs; advocacy for park facilities and infrastructure improvement, and green transportation.
Redistricting and Sacramento Briefing Board Workshop
Tuesday, January 18 at 10:30 am
Agenda | Livestream
Measure FF Special Tax Lien
Per state law, a Notice of Special Tax Lien is required to be recorded on properties subject to Measure FF. The Measure FF Special Tax Lien is recorded on property documents as Community Facilities District (CFD) No. A/C-3. The Notice of Special Tax Lien is NOT a traditional financial lien and DOES NOT mean that any amount of property tax is delinquent or has not been paid.