Financials, Reports and Plans

We’re committed to operating with openness and integrity. Every year we go through a rigorous external audit and report to you and our partners on our programs and successes. Thanks for your support.

Strategic Plan

In October of 2023, we introduced our new 2024-2026 Strategic Plan. This plan was the result of more than a year of listening to the PCT community and hard work developing the plan. You can read and/or download the plan PDF at the link below. To learn more about the plan and how it was developed, see this post on our blog.

2021 Annual Membership Meeting

PCTA’s 2021 Annual Membership Meeting was held online on April 24, 2021. The one-hour meeting featured PCTA’s leadership and staff providing overviews of 2020 fundraising and financial results, board elections, land protection, advocacy, volunteer and trail operations, trail information, and two special awards were presented to members of the PCT community. To view a one-hour video of the meeting (which can also be listened to like a podcast), follow the link below.

PCTA 2021 Annual Membership Meeting – YouTube

(Jump links to individual speakers are in the video description.)


Annual Reports

We present much of this information, and more, at a yearly membership meeting at our offices in Sacramento, CA.

Land Protection Reports

Year-End Trail Operations Program Review

Our year-end program review highlights the successes of all the partners working on the Pacific Crest Trail. It includes a small sampling of our projects while describing current programs. It also shines a light on some of the numbers and data points that illustrate the work accomplished on the trail. These annual reviews are written for our agency partners and our staff. We’ve decided to make them available for all of our supporters to see.


Audited Financial Statements

PCTA goes through an in-depth financial audit every year. We are happy to report no audit findings or questioned costs in our latest report.

Form 990

Form 990 is the annual reporting return that we file with the IRS. It provides some information on our finances and operations.


The bylaws outline PCTA’s policies and procedures in conformance with the requirements of the California Corporations Code. They were adopted by PCTA’s members by written ballot on April 20, 2013.

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