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Public Resources Code, Division 9

Division 9 of Public Resources Code allows RCD’s to do the following:

  • Managing District
  • Conducting Surveys and Research, Disseminating Information, Partnering
  • Accepting Grants and Gifts for Conservation Work
  • Establishing Fees for District Services
  • Employing Agents, Officers, and Employees
  • Acquiring Lands, Easements, and Property
  • Suing and being Sued
  • Contracting, Accepting Contributions and Using Contributions
  • Making Improvements and Conducting Operations of Public/Private Lands
  • Performing Education, Outreach and Demonstration Projects
  • Developing Annual and Long Range Plans
  • Accepting and Managing Projects within Districts
  • Calling upon County District Attorneys or County Counsel for Legal Advice
  • Maximizing Funding Opportunites by working with Federal/State/Private Sources
  • Cooperating with other Districts, an Association of Districts or other Regional Area Groups
  • Provide Coordinated Representation of Districts before Federal, State and Local Government Agencies
  • Coordinating with other Districts, and Association of Districts or other Regional Area Groups on Program Planning, Funding, and Delivery of Services