For a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees Time: 10:00 AM Tuesday, October 8, 2019 
Location: Antioch Fair Grounds 1201 West 10th St Antioch, CA 
NOTICE OF ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF RECLAMATION DISTRICT No. 2059, BRADFORD ISLAND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees of Reclamation District No. 2059, Bradford Island scheduled for Tuesday. October 8, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. has been ADJOURNED due to a lack of a quorum
Posted 10/05/2019 in accordance with section 54955 of the California Government Code. Posted on the Front Page of the website/Agenda E-mailer List  
MEETING RESCHEDULED FOR Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Time: 10 AM Location: Antioch Fair Grounds  


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that nominating petitions for the office of Trustee of Reclamation District No. 2059 Bradford Island  may be filed from August 29, 2019 until September 19, 2019 by mail to P.O. Box 1059, Oakley, CA  94561 or by dropping off at the District Office located at 19 Minaret Road, Oakley, CA  94561The form of the petition must be in substantial conformance with California Water Code Section 50731.6 and the District must receive the petition by 5:00 p.m. on September 19, 2019.  Petitions must identify the name of the nominee, and be signed by five (5) or more landowners owning property within the boundaries of the District, or the landowner’s legal representative.  CLICK HERE for Nomination petition forms.

The petition for nomination must indicate which position is sought.  The positions to be filled are as follows:

  • Seat of Trustee Michael Craig
  • Seat of Trustee James Folsom
  • The term of office for each seat is four (4) years.

Professional Services:
Engineering Study for Special Benefit Assessments and Assessment Administration for Bradford Island Reclamation District 2059
Response Due by Friday, August 30, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.

The District issues this Request for Proposal for professional services to perform engineering and consulting services in preparing a study to determine the District’s fiscal needs for the continuing operation, maintenance, and improvement of its flood control works and related services, determining assessment rates for each assessed parcel or property within the District to meet the aforementioned fiscal needs, and services relative to conducting an election for the landowner approval of said assessments in accordance with the procedural requirements of Proposition 218.

The District is seeking proposals from all qualified parties interested in performing the requested services. Responses are due by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 30, 2019. Interviews may be scheduled for early September 2019.  CLICK HERE for MORE INFORMATION

Welcome to Bradford Island!

Bradford Island Reclamation District 2059 (District) is made up of five trustees, an office manager, levee superintendent, district engineer and attorney. The District maintains approximately 7.4 miles of levee on 2,500 acres. The District is also responsible for the main drainage canal that runs through the center of the island to the pump station that discharges to Fisherman’s Cut.  We invite you to visit our website to view some of the following items:

    • District Permit Applications
    • District Regulations
    • Agendas – Meeting Notices
    • Meeting Minutes
    • Prop. 218 Final Report with District Budget included
    • Contact Information for the District
    • Current Projects
    • Newsletters
    • Operating Hours
    • Current Board Members
  • Ferry Information

At your leisure, please take some time to view the District’s website. It is important to understand how the District operates.  If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at 925-209-5480 or by email at angelia_bradford@sbcglobal.net.

RD # 2059 – Levee Superintendent Job Posting

Pays $20-$30 per hour depending on experience.

Part-Time Levee Superintendent needed for a small Reclamation District in the Delta.  The desired candidate will work closely with the District’s Engineer, Board of Trustees, and District Manager on levee and drainage operations and maintenance and may coordinate with the District’s contractors and vendors.

We are looking for applicants with a minimum of one year experience working for a levee district or equivalent to, that have a general knowledge of levees and drainage, and that possess the ability to use hand tools, construction equipment (i.e. small excavator, compactor,  box scraper), and perform basic equipment operation.  Successful applicants shall have a professional appearance and attitude, as well as the ability to draft emails, type general reports, take photos and measurements, keep detailed records of work conducted and orally report at public meetings.

The Levee Superintendent position is estimated to be 20 hour per week position and minimal travel may be required from time to time to attend meetings.  This is a non-exempt position and compensation will depend upon experience.

For more information or to apply for this position, please contact the District Manager, Angelia Tant by phone at 925-209-5480 or by email at: angelia_bradford@sbcglobal.net.

All property on Bradford Island is owned by private individuals and by agencies for a specific use. Any unauthorized access on any land on Bradford Island may be a trespass and could result in criminal or civil penalties pursuant to California Penal Code Section 602 or Civil Code Section 1708.8.

Delta Plan Relationship Chart

Prop 218 Assessment Clarification


Please Contact the District via email or by phone to give them your updated contact information.  In the event of an Emergency, we would like to have your phone number and an email address on file.  We would also like to be able to send you Project Updates and Agenda Notices.Bradford Reclamation District 2059
District Manager
Angelia H. Tant
Phone: 925-209-5480
Email: angelia_bradford@sbcglobal.net

FREE Ferry Rides for Landowners
Our most recent Proposition 218 that passed allows for all landowners

on Bradford to ride the ferry for FREE.  CLICK HERE for more information.

District Financial Overview

Operations and Maintenance Assessment

Bradford Island Reclamation Area was established on November 19th, 1921.  Our mission is to manage and maintain levees and drainage to become the “model island” to which the Delta looks for solutions.  

Office Hours:
Tuesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

343 East Main Street, Suite 815, Stockton, CA 95202 — Phone: (209) 943-5551

Ferry Tickets may be purchased at GAS N SAVE (Vallero) located on Cypress near the road that takes you to the Ferry. Contact Phone: (925) 625-6055.
The tickets cost $7.75 for one full round trip for a four wheel vehicle.
YOU MUST have a ticket to board the ferry. NO CASH SALES.
If someone accepts cash from you, please call (925) 209-5480 to report this.
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