Environmental Quality Committee
About the Committee
Established March 3, 2008 by Resolution 2008-13, the Environmental Quality Committee (or EQC) is a Council-appointed body of residents and businesses who work to involve the community directly in understanding and reducing our impact on the environment.
What does the EQC do?
EQC members are currently working to:
- Serve in an advisory capacity to the City Council, staff, other boards, commissions, and committees, and the residents of the City with regard to environmental quality issues within
the City of El Cerrito;
- Recommend programs, policies, and ordinances to the City Council and promote the City's environmental quality efforts; and
- Promote and foster public awareness, education, interest and support for environmental quality efforts, foster volunteer opportunities, and educate El Cerrito residents regarding
environmental quality and issues relating to environmental impacts.
EQC meets every 2nd Tuesday, 7 PM, City Council Chambers-City Hall (Currently Meeting via Zoom)
Meetings are open to the public. Please attend if you want to learn more about EQC and City environmental activities, have an idea or an issue that you would like to address, or to express interest in joining the Committee as a Council-appointed member or as a volunteer.
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Regular and Special Meetings
Regular Meetings of the Environmental Quality Committee typically occur at 7:00 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month Council Chambers City Hall - 10890 San Pablo Avenue, El Cerrito. (Currently Meeting via Zoom)
To receive email notification of upcoming meetings, agendas, reports, and minutes, please contact Staff Liaison Christina Leard.