About Us

Yolo County Resource Conservation District (YCRCD) is a non-regulatory special district serving over 650,000 acres of diverse agricultural operations, rangeland, public open space and developed areas in Yolo County. Our mission is to protect, improve and sustain the natural resources of Yolo County. The District employs a watershed approach that allows an integrated assessment of resource inputs, outputs and impacts. We promote responsible stewardship by:

    • Developing, evaluating and implementing conservation practices through cooperative land users
    • Providing technical guidance, and on-site expertise
    • Educating agencies and the public in resource conservation and enhancement
    • Sponsoring partnerships and networks

We work closely with the USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service to provide technical services to the residents, landowners, agricultural producers and government agencies of Yolo County.

District Boundary Map - 2009

Our District

The YCRCD Strategic Plan guides district activities to address conservation issues in Yolo County. Our Annual Reports give a summary of our accomplishments:

Strategic Plan
Annual Report 2018-19
Annual Report 2017-18
Annual Report 2016-17


The YCRCD is a trusted steward of public and private funds. As a Special District, YCRCD is subject to state transparency and accountability laws. The Brown Act and Division 9 of the California Public Resource Code require public meetings, open records, annual audits and financial reporting to the State Controller’s Office.

Government Compensation in California
Audit FY 2018-2019
Audit FY 2017-2018
Audit FY 2016-2017
Audit FY 2015-2016

Catalog of Enterprise Systems
Public Records Request Form

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