The Pescadero Municipal Advisory Council (PMAC) is an Advisory Council to the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors representing Butano, Loma Mar, San Gregorio and the greater Pescadero to the South County line.
In addition to regular public monthly meetings on the second Wednesday of each month, PMAC works through a structure of standing and ad hoc committees made up of council members and interested residents.
NOTE: Starting February 2023, monthly meetings were moved to the second Wednesday of each month, and will begin one hour earlier, at 6:00pm.
NOTE: As of July, PMAC meetings are being held on the third Wednesday of each month, at 6:00pm, to avoid conflicts with other local groups.
An elected Advisory Council to the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors
representing Butano, Loma Mar, Pescadero, San Gregorio, and the area extending to the Santa Cruz County line:
- Nic Erridge
- Heather Gibbons, Treasurer
- Dina Gold
- Rob Skinner, Corresponding Secretary
- Kassandra Talbot, Vice Chair
- Mark Wallace, Chair
Pescadero CA 94060
To submit topics for future meetings, to inquire about making a presentation, or to get a copy of each month’s agenda once it’s set, please write to email@example.com
Catherine Peery , Meredith Reynolds , Maeva Neale, Rob Grant , Mike Polacek , Don McDermott , Steve Simms , Carol Simon , Tim Hudson , Greg Bonaparte , Chris Trailer , John Donnovan , Geoff Allen , John Dixon , Herb Hamor , Sam O’ Sullivan , Irma Mitton , Leslie Fiering , Mike Berthiaume , Pattie Brixen, Kate Haas, David Lee, Jackson Robertson, Jake Bowman, Darius Dunlap, Rob Talbott, David Lustig , Toni Danzig, Celeste Worden , Larry Walsh, Rodger Reinhart, Carolyn Shade, Ken Passo
PMAC Mailing Address: PO Box 620 Pescadero CA 94060
The Pescadero community’s source of drinking water before 1993 was small domestic wells, water from surface impoundments, and locally derived groundwater from wells installed in the alluvial aquifer of Pescadero and Butano Creeks. In the 1970’s and 1980’s these sources were found to contain relatively high concentrations of nitrate and other naturally occurring salts. This prompted the development of a public groundwater source. County Service Area No. 11 (CSA 11) was established in 1988 to finance the development of this new water source and serve as the water provider for the Community. Click here to view a map of CSA 11 boundaries.
The water system consists of two wells, one 135,000-gallon distribution tank and a distribution system. The water pumped from the wells meets all Federal and State water quality standards and does not require treatment. Water flows from the distribution tank through the distribution system mains by gravity. No distribution pumps are required. CSA 11 has approximately 90 residential and commercial customers.
After Hours Emergency
Call (650) 363-4100. Wait for the phone to roll forward to the County Communications Center and the Dispatcher will notify the on-call staff-person.
Each year CSA 11 produces an Annual Water Quality Report called the Consumer Confidence Report (CCR). The CCR is a requirement of the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Click here to view CSA 11’s 2021 Consumer Confidence Report.
Finding ways to use water more wisely in the home can save both a precious natural resource and money. Click here for a virtual tour of the Water Saver House.