The Iron Horse Corridor Advisory Committee assists in improving and managing the 18-mile Iron Horse corridor, including the Iron Horse Trail, used for walking biking in Contra Costa County, California. The advisory committee includes seats for one representative from each jurisdiction or unincorporated community along the corridor (Alamo, City of Concord, City of San Ramon, Town of Danville, City of Walnut Creek, and City of Pleasant Hill); a District II seat; a District IV seat, and a seat for East Bay Regional Park District.
The Pleasant Hill representative is recommended by the Pleasant Hill City Council and is ratified by the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors. Members must be a resident of Pleasant Hill. Length of term is four years.
For more information about the Committee visit the County's website here.
The City of Pleasant Hill accepts applications for City Commissions on a continuous basis. If you are interested in serving on a commission, advisory committee or board, please contact Juanita Davalos by phone at (925) 671-5283 or email. The application form can be submitted at any time for any of the commissions listed on the form or advertised by the City. Once a vacancy occurs for the commission(s) that you have indicated an interest in serving on, you will be notified of the interview process by the City. Completed applications may be mailed to:
City of Pleasant Hill
Attn: Juanita Davalos
100 Gregory Lane
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523