The Pebble Beach Community Services District was
formed in 1982 pursuant to a vote of the residents. It is
governed by an elected five-member Board of Directors who
must be residents of the Forest. The PBCSD provides fire
protection/emergency medical response, sewage collection
and treatment service, garbage collection and
distribution of reclaimed water for irrigation of all
golf courses and athletic fields within the Forest.
Equipment and structures for fire protection services
are provided and owned by the District. The District
contracts with the California Department of Forestry and
Fire Protection (CDF) to provide trained personnel to
operate the fire department.
Garbage collection and disposal services are carried
out through a franchise agreement with a commercial firm.
The District Board sets service levels and regulates
rates. Maintenance and operation of the sewage collection
system and a reclaimed water distribution system is
conducted by District employees. The District contracts
with the Carmel Area Wastewater District for treatment
and disposal of sewage.
The elected members are: Janice M. O'Brien;
David R. Hendrick, Esq.; William R. Gianelli; Hampton
Stewart, III; Leo M. Laska.
Meeting Place: Pebble
Beach Community Services District, Forest Lake &
Lopez Roads (next to the Fire Station.) Phone:
831-373-1274. Fax: 831-373-2357.
and Date: Normally at
9:30 am on the Last Friday of each month.
The Agenda for each
meeting is posted in advance at the Pebble Beach
Community Services District outside bulletin board and at
the Pebble Beach Post Office. It will be included on this
Web site when possible (see above.)