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California Consulting LLC Presents at Westside School Districts Meeting in Kern County

120915 lakesideCalifornia Consulting LLC presented at the Westside School Districts Meeting in Kern County on December 9, 2015.  We are happy to have Lakeside Union School District as one of our newest clients!

Pictured: Matthew Park, Business Development-Kern County, Ty Bryson, Superintendent, Lakeside Union School District, and Steve Samuelian, President, California Consulting.


California Consulting Announces the Release of US Bureau of Reclamation: WaterSMART- Water and Energy Efficiency Grants


Water 4California Consulting Announces  the release of US Bureau of Reclamation: WaterSMART – Water and Energy Efficiency Grants

Release: November 3, 2015

Deadline: January 20, 2016

Amount: Funding Group I (small projects): $300,000; Funding Group II (larger, phased projects): $1,000,000

Match: 50% or more of project costs

Eligibility: States, Indian tribes, irrigation districts, water districts, or other organizations with water or power delivery authority


Description: The WaterSMART Program focuses on improving water conservation, sustainability and helping water resource managers make sound decisions about water use. It identifies strategies to ensure that this and future generations will have sufficient supplies of clean water for drinking, economic activities, recreation and ecosystem health. The program also identifies adaptive measures to address climate change and its impact on future water demands. Through the WaterSMART Grants, Reclamation provides 50/50 cost share funding to irrigation and water districts, Tribes, States and other entities with water or power delivery authority. Projects should seek to conserve and use water more efficiently, increase the use of renewable energy, protect endangered species, or facilitate water markets. Projects are selected through a competitive process and the focus is on projects that can be completed within 24 months that will help sustainable water supplies in the western United States. Proposals must seek to conserve and use water more efficiently, increase the use of renewable energy, improve energy efficiency, benefit endangered and threatened species, facilitate water markets, carry out activities to address climate-related impacts on water or prevent any water-related crisis or conflict.

California Consulting LLC is the state’s largest grant writing firm. Since 2004, California Consulting has successfully written over 670 grant applications. Through California Consulting’s combined effort the firm has generated approximately 1.5 billion dollars for our clients.

California Consulting Welcomes Pleasant Hill Recreation and Park District as Newest Client!

pleasant hillCalifornia Consulting LLC is excited to welcome Pleasant Hill Recreation and Park District as our newest client!

Pleasant Hill Recreation & Park District was established in 1951 by citizens who desired recreational opportunities and park facilities in their community. The District is governed by the Public Resources Code of the State of California and operates as a Special District, an independent governmental agency separate from the City of Pleasant Hill. The Board of Directors establishes policy for the District. Pleasant Hill Recreation & Park District is managed by Bob Berggren, General Manager. Under the General Manager is one superintendent, six supervisors who manage the day-to-day operations for Parks, Programs, Sports, Aquatics, Senior Citizens Activities, Information Systems, and Accounting.




Their Impact:

-Serve over 40,000 people within the community, an area about 20% larger than of the City of Pleasant Hill.
-Touch approximately 100,000+ persons who participate in programs, visit District facilities, or volunteer annually.
-Promote an active, healthy life-style for preschool, youth, teens, adults and seniors.
-Foster self-enrichment and personal development through offering over 2,300 classes, programs and activities.
-Preserve and drive community economic value by providing diverse programs, well-maintained neighborhood and community parks, trails and open space to attract and retain residents,      businesses and visitors.
– Strengthen community engagement by working closely with community partners and clubs, coordinating volunteer activities, co-sponsoring community events, and supporting local charities.
– Preserve and protect natural resources of California by conscientiously and proactively maintaining the District’s 269 acres of parkland.
– Improve safety and security by providing positive recreational activities and safe environments for at-risk groups.