Funds directly benefit coastal conservation, education, and recreation programs.
Join your friends and neighbors for the 30th annual California Coastal Cleanup Day on Saturday, September 20th. There are over 800 locations to choose from in California's largest volunteer event of the year! Learn more.
Commission staff is in the process of updating the Draft Sea-Level Rise Policy Guidance in response to comments. It is anticipated that a revised draft will be presented to the Commission in the fall. For more information, visit the SLR Guidance page.
The Commission is seeking to document possible historic rights of public access at Martins Beach in San Mateo County, CA. Press Release. To fill out the Prescriptive Rights Survey please click here. To see the background exhibits click here. To receive a survey form by mail, contact MartinsBeachPRS@coastal.ca.gov
Martins Beach owner Vinod Khosla has made a series of wild charges against the California Coastal Commission, including coercion and unfair treatment. Khosla purchased a property near Half Moon Bay that has had a long and obvious use by the public...
Education is an important feature of an effective Coastal Program. In the California Coastal Act, the California Legislature declared "an educated and informed citizenry is essential to the well-being of a participatory democracy and is necessary to protect California's finite natural resources, including the quality of its environment"...
The Great Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami of March 11, 2011, led to the partial meltdown of several nuclear reactors at the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant, on the northeast coast of Japan, and to the discharge of large amounts of radioactive material to the atmosphere and the North Pacific Ocean...
Make a difference for our coast and ocean through everyday choices, wherever you may be. Join your friends and neighbors in becoming a Coastal Steward. Find out how you can help.
Did you know that the California Coastal Commission offers a
40% discount on permit application fees for green building projects?
Find out how.
Briefings such as the Federal Consistency Program Briefing from February 9, as well as previous ones on open meetings, vertical accessways, wetlands, and the Coastal Act.