Wildlife Corridor Conservation Authority

The Wildlife Corridor Conservation Authority (WCCA) was established to provide for the proper planning, conservation, environmental protection, and maintenance of lands within the Puente-Chino Hills corridor area. Its goal is to assure that sufficient continuity of habitat can be preserved to maintain a functioning wildlife corridor made up of about 40,000 acres of land located between the Santa Ana Mountains and Whittier Hills. WCCA’s governing board consists of representatives from the cities of Brea, Whittier, Diamond Bar, La Habra Heights, the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy, California Department of Parks and Recreation, California Department of Fish and Game (ex officio member), Los Angeles County, and two public members. A large Advisory Committee meets separately to provide input.

The Puente-Chino Hills ecosystem encompasses portions of four counties. Preserving land in the corridor has been a cooperative endeavor with other public agencies and many nonprofit organizations.

WCCA consistently provides comments on development proposals and other projects to support environmentally sensitive activities in the corridor. In addition, many WCCA members participate in other planning efforts.

Board Members
Glenn Parker, Chair
Michael Hughes, Vice Chair
Kelly Elliott
Jessica Martinez
Stan Liu
Claire Schlotterbeck
Ivan Sulic
Norm Zezula

 

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Archive of Board Agendas

 April 13, 2022 Special Meeting Agenda and Meeting Materials

February 8, 2022 Meeting Cancelled

Governing Board  September 14, 2021 – Agenda 

Governing Board September 14, 2021 – Attachments

Governing Board June 8, 2021 CANCELLED

 Advisory Committee Meeting June 8, 2021 CANCELLED

Governing Board  January 1, 2021  Minutes

 

Joint Powers Agreement