A regional forum for coordination and communication between government co-managers and stakeholders on the West Coast to help plan for our ocean.


Established in 2015, the West Coast Regional Planning Body (RPB) is a partnership between federally-recognized tribes, federal government agencies, and the states of Washington, Oregon and California focused on enhanced coordination and communication around planning and management of current and emerging ocean uses, as well as information and data-sharing on the West Coast of the U.S.



Find out more about the West Coast RPB's members, function and goals for managing our ocean. 

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Download RPB documents, including the group's charter, a fact sheet, and Communication & Engagement Plan.

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