Partners

SMBNEP works with partners to implement the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP). We collaborate with local, state, and federal agencies, nonprofits, and academia from across the region to protect and restore the Santa Monica Bay and its watershed.

Management Conference

Ballona Creek Watershed Cities (City of Culver City)

California Coastal Commission

California Department of Fish & Wildlife

California Department of Parks and Recreation

California Environmental Protection Agency

California Natural Resources Agency

California Regional Water Quality Control Board – Los Angeles

California State Coastal Conservancy

Chevron*

City of Los Angeles

County of Los Angeles, Department of Public Works

Heal the Bay*

Las Virgenes Municipal Water District

Los Angeles City Council District 11

Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors (3rd District)

Los Angeles County Department of Beaches & Harbors

Los Angeles County Fire Department, Lifeguard Division

Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts

Los Angeles Waterkeeper*

Malibu Watershed Cities (City of Malibu)

Marina Del Rey Anglers*

NOAA-NMFS Southwest Division

Public Works Department, City of Los Angeles (LA Sanitation & Environment)

Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains*

Santa Monica Bay NEP Director

Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy

Santa Monica Travel & Tourism*

South Bay Cities (City of Rancho Palos Verdes, City of Redondo Beach)

State Assembly 50th District

State Assembly 62nd District

State Assembly 66th District

State Senate 26th District

State Senate 27th District

State Water Resources Control Board

The Bay Foundation

US Environmental Protection Agency, Region 9

West Basin Municipal Water District*

SMBRC Technical Advisory Committee

Santa Monica Bay Stakeholders

The Santa Monica Bay Stakeholders is open to anyone interested in the SMBNEP’s activities and priorities in order to provide the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission with broad and diverse stakeholder perspectives throughout the watershed.

Join Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission’s mailing list for meeting announcements, workshop notices, and more.

*Elected seats

 

For a current list of members of the Management Conference, visit the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission’s Orientation page.

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Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission is a non-regulatory, locally based state entity that serves as the Management Conference for SMBNEP.

The Bay Foundation (TBF) is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(3) whose missions is to restore and enhance Santa Monica Bay through actions and partnerships that improve water quality, conserve and rehabilitate natural resources, and protect the Bay’s benefits and values. TBF serves as Host Entity for SMBNEP.