Port Costa Conservation Society 

Please take note: The Crockett Community Foundation will accept donations and will match them in the memory of Lewis W. Stewart, carrying on his Legacy of PCCS support  (find out more and donate today!).

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 an historical resource for community, civic and recreational uses.”

 

The PCCS is an all volunteer 510(c)(3) non-profit organization with no paid employees.
The Board of Directors is made up of five PCCS Members.
The Board meets publicly every third Monday of the month (unless otherwise posted).

 

  • Check out our Resources Page for current documents & links on our activities

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

  • We will be adding Website information on an ongoing basis; check back regularly!

  • Visit our Blog Here.

For Review:

The Field Semester Proposal & Operation Plan (4/18/18) - file is large delayed download

The Field Semester Presentation

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 

- Check our Facebook page for updates 

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.

 

Agenda & Approved Meeting Minutes ClickHere

  • Wix Facebook page

© 2019 Port Costa Conservation Society 

1 Plaza Del Hambre 

PO Box 36

Port Costa, Ca. 94569-0036
Email: pccs.portcosta@gmail.com

Port Costa School House