88th Annual CCPCA Conference May 4-5 2018 - Redding, CA


 Register NOW   for our exciting 2018 Conference!

Join us at Redding's Sundial Bridge for an Entertaining and Educational Event.

This year's CCPCA Conference will be held in Shasta County.  Friday's variety of dynamic speakers and programs will inform and educate:  A range of current planning related topics will be dicussed (see complete schedule).  Join Commissioners and Planning Professionals from throughout our great state at this stimulating and enriching event.  On Saturday our  Field Trip will be highlighted by tours of the Shasta Dam and the SPI Biomass Cogeneration Plant.   The event will close on Saturday evening with a reception and banquet at the Turtle Bay Museum, featuring Keynote Speaker Leticia Perez, Kern County Supervisor and President of the California State Association of Counties,

Come to Northern California to learn about some of the latest in Planning, Problem Solving and Best Practices, and enjoy networking and camaraderie among fellow Commissioners, Planning Professionals, and students of Planning.

The 88th annual General Conference of the California County Planning Commmisiioners' Association will be hosted by the Sheraton Redding Hotel at the Sundial Bridge, with easy access to the Sacramento River Trail System, Turtle Bay Museum, and Arboretum, Special Room Rates for the event offered at $159.  Reserve your room online here, or call 800-325-3535 and say that you will be attending the CCPCA Conference.

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Remembering Compton Gault

Compton James Gault Jr., 1944-2018
 Compton Gault graduated from Oakland High School and spent thirty-eight years serving in the United States Army, acheiving the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.  Subsequent to his military career he held a position with the Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District, and was appointed as a Planning Commissioner for the County of Alameda.  As a Commissioner he became involved in the CCPCA, contributing a great deal to our organization and was elected CCPCA President for the year 2004.  By 2007 he had retired and moved to Reno, Nevada with his wife and family, but he continued to be active with the CCPCA, assisting in the organization of our Conferences and conducting education sessions for New Commissioners in the Association.  Compton is fondly remembered for his always jovial, positive and caring attitude.  He passed away in Reno on February 16, 2018.