Current Updates

March Newsletter

  This month’s newsletter includes information about Rolando Street Fair and our booth at the event and annual elections for the board along with other tidbits. You can read the March newsletter by clicking hereĀ   

Take Our Survey on Meeting Start Time!

In an effort to increase participation in our monthly community meetings, a survey has been created to assess what works best for our community that we serve.Please click on the link below to take our survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/KPMVC76 Thank You! El…
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Landscape Design 101

If you did not attend February’s monthly community meeting, then you may have missed a fantastic and informative presentation by one of our own–Jose Aguilar, on landscape design. Jose is a licensed Landscape Architect and has garnered interest on his…
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University Bikeway Community Workshop–March 1st

SANDAG is hosting a community workshop, March 1st, to present and discuss the University Bikeway Project. The University Bikeway Project was presented at our November meeting and would extend along University between Estrella Avenue and 70th Street. If you are…
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February Newsletter

  February’s Newsletter includes information on our February monthly meeting featuring landscape architect, Jose Aquila, providing his expertise on how to build your dream backyard. Also, information on upcoming local community events such as the Rolando Street Fair and a…
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January Newsletter

  This month’s newsletter, information about several important events taking place this month–CA Senator Toni Atkins speaking at our monthly meeting, Dianne Jacobs at Scrimshaw Coffee and the upcoming Rolando Street Fair. January Newsletter  

December Newsletter

This month’s newsletter includes info on this Thursday’s Holiday Potluck and other upcoming community council events in the new year. December Newsletter

Community Cleanup Day Tomorrow!

Community Cleanup Day will take place tomorrow. Please find enclosed the flier with more info. If your street is not listed and you live in El Cerrito, you may bring your item(s) to one of the listed streets for pick-up….
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The ECCC is a group of local community members organized to promote the public good and the welfare of the El Cerrito community. The executive body of the ECCC is the Board of Directors. Community council membership is open to any individual at least 18 years of age and residing or owning property within the El Cerrito community, or any business owner whose place of business is within the El Cerrito community.