PUBLIC MEETINGS OF THE BOARDS
OF THE RMC
AND ITS FOUR JOINT POWERS AUTHORITIES
Rivers and Mountains Conservancy (RMC)
The next RMC Board Meeting is scheduled for January 28th, 2019 at 1:30pm at the City of Bellflower's City Hall. For more details, please visit (Agenda will be posted 10 days before meeting): http://rmc.ca.gov/board/next_meeting.html
Watershed Conservation Authority (WCA)
The next public meeting of the Watershed Conservation Authority scheduled for January 17th, 2019 at 1:30pm at the Garvey Center in Rosemead. More details are available at http://www.wca.ca.gov/board_meetings.
Los Cerritos Wetlands Authority (LCWA)
The next LCWA Board Meeting is scheduled for February 7th, 2019 at 12:30pm at Seal Beach Fire Station #48. For more details, please visit http://intoloscerritoswetlands.org/lcwa-board-meetings/
Azusa-RMC Joint Powers Authority (Azusa-RMC JPA)
The next public Board meeting of the Azusa-RMC JPA scheduled for December 13th, 2018 HAS BEEN CANCELLED. The next meeting is planned for March 2019.
The meeting Agenda and Reports for the June Board meeting can be downloaded here.
The meeting Agenda and Reports from the March Board meeting can be downloaded here.
For more information, contact the Authority at (626) 815-1019.
San Gabriel River Discovery Center Authority (SGRDCA)
The next Board Meeting for the San Gabriel River Discovery Center Authority in 2019 has not been scheduled. More details are available at http://discoverycenterauthority.org
RMC JOB OPPORTUNITY
The RMC has released a job posting for a CONSERVANCY PROJECT DEVELOPMENT ANALYST II (CPDA II) vacancy. To view the posting, please click here. Recruitment for the position will end COB February 21, 2019
Examination for this classification is posted, please click here for the exam. If an interested applicant needs to establish employment/list eligibility for this classification, they will need to complete and submit the exam to the DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES - OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES (see the exam for additional information). After having list eligibility (or other means of eligibility), a person may apply for any CPDA II vacancy throughout the State, including the open vacancy with the RMC.
This examination is being administered on an Open basis – Statewide.
The RMC has also released a job posting for an EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I vacancy. To view the posting, please click here. Recruitment for the position will end COB March 1, 2019. Examination information for this classification can be found here.
RMC's PROPOSITION 68
Please find RMC's Final Proposition 68 Grant Program Guidelines posted. It is anticipated that RMC will have a call for projects in Spring 2019.
Email questions to: Prop68@rmc.ca.gov
PROPOSITION 1 - "THE WATER BOND"
Lower LA River Grant Program
Workshop Presentation 03/2018
The LA River Ranger Plan (AB 1558)
River Ranger Phase 1 Report: Program Framework (64 pages/23MB)
River Ranger Phase 1 Report: Appendices (80 pages/10.5MB)
RMC's Prop. 1, Round 2 Projects
RMC is having an Open Call For Projects (territory-wide) through December 17, 2018
RMC's Prop. 1, Round 1 Projects
LOWER LOS ANGELES RIVER WORKING GROUP
Under California State Assembly Bill 530, cities and advocates banded together to create the Lower Los Angeles River Revitalization Plan, which describes opportunities for improving the environment and residents’ quality of life along the river. This Plan ensures that the voices of the people are heard now and in the future as the river is re-imagined and revitalized into an integral part of a healthy, equitable, and sustainable community.
The Los Angeles River Revitalization Plan staff support and technical experts is funded by the San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works.
For more information on the Los Angeles River Revitalization, please visit Anthony Rendon, Speaker of the Assembly and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works websites at:
TRIBAL CONSULTATION POLICY
July, 24, 2017, RMC Governing Board approved a Tribal Consultation Policy consistent with the approved policy adopted by the California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA). See link for details:
For more information, phone the RMC at (626) 815-1019 or click here.