Welcome to the Fish and Wildlife Commission
The Los Angeles County Fish and Wildlife Commission is an advisory body for the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors
and the Fish and Wildlife Warden regarding the propagation and protection of fish and wildlife in Los Angeles County and the State of California.
It was created by authority of a resolution adopted February 26, 1952 under Chapter 3.26 and Chapter 6.44 of the Los Angeles County Code. The Commission also administers and makes recommendations for the disbursement of funds received from fines for violations of the Fish and Wildlife Code within the County of Los Angeles. Grant making is based on the availability of funds, geographical and categorical considerations and a thorough evaluation of the information provided by applicants. The Commission meets quarterly, but grant applications may be submitted at any time.
THE COMMISSION'S POLICY AND OBJECTIVES
The policy of the Los Angeles County Fish and Wildlife Commission is to encourage the conservation and maintenance of wildlife resources in conjunction with Sections 1801 and 13103 of the California Fish and Wildlife Code. This policy includes the following objectives:
- To enhance Fish and Wildlife activities including propagation, protection and restoration
- To support Fish and Wildlife projects
- To further Research and Education in areas related to Fish and Wildlife