Partner with the Visions of the Wild festival and show your support for the local community
The Vallejo Community Arts Foundation (VCAF) was founded as a California Public Benefit Corporation in 1991. Their mission is to facilitate and advocate Vallejo community participation in the Arts, including the promotion of the rich history of the Arts in Vallejo, the development of educational programs and support for Vallejo Arts organizations, and the celebration of our unique cultural diversity through the expressions of Art.
The alliance is a group of interested residents who, along with representatives from local public agencies and non-profits, work together to protect and enhance Vallejo’s waterways. Their mission is to raise awareness, create local partnerships and promote sustainable management of Vallejo’s watersheds.
Every year, on the third Saturday in September, people join together at sites all over California to take part in the State’s largest volunteer event, California Coastal Cleanup Day. In 2015, more than 68,000 volunteers removed nearly 1,143,000 pounds of trash and recyclables from California’s beaches, lakes, and waterways. Join us on Saturday, Sept 17 from 9am and noon to help clean up our local waterways.
The Vallejo Sanitation & Flood Control District is an independent special district created by the State of California in 1952 to collect and treat wastewater, and protect the Vallejo community from flooding.
The mission is to provide quality wastewater and flood control services to the Vallejo community in order to protect the public’s health, safety and the environment.
CalUWild is a citizens group founded to secure protection for the remaining wilderness areas and other public lands in the western United States. The organization works to encourage and facilitate direct citizen democracy through participation in administrative and legislative actions, creating a constituency in California for wilderness across the West.