Central Coast Field Office

Central Coast Field Office

The Bureau of Land Management Central Coast Field Office administers approximately 284,000 acres of public land in Central California.  Bounded by the Pacific Ocean to the west and the San Joaquin Valley to the east, elevations range from sea level to over 5,000 feet and major landforms include the Diablo Mountain Range, Salinas Valley, and San Joaquin Valley.  Within the lands are three Areas of Critical Environmental Concern, two Research Natural Areas, two National Monuments, a National Historic Trail, and a National Recreation Trail.

Peppergrass Flat, Ciervo Hills, San Joaquin Valley, BLM photo M. Westphal

Peppergrass Flat, Ciervo Hills, San Joaquin Valley [BLM photo]

In the Spotlight

DIscover the Coast at Fort Ord text graphic

On the Monterey Peninsula visit the amazing Fort Ord National Monument: hike, bike, or horseback ride.

Discover the Coast at CCNM text graphic

Along the California coast there are over 20,000 rocks, islands, pinnacles, and exposed reefs that are the California Coastal National Monument.

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What's Happening Now

BLM Proposed Non-Competitive (Direct) Sale of Public Land: Smith Mountain

BLM ePlanning: Draft Fort Ord National Monument Dog Management Plan available for review

BLM Signs Partnership Agreement with Amah Mutsun Land Trust

New BLM Study: "Historic Drought Helps Predict How Climate Change Might Affect an Endangered Species"

BLM Announces Fire Restrictions for Lands Managed by Central Coast Field Office, effective Friday April 15, 2016

Bureau of Land Management
Central Coast Field Office
940 2nd Avenue
Marina, CA 93933
Phone: (831) 582-2200
Fax: (831) 582-2266
Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., M-F
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