Public & Stakeholders

The public plays a key role in every aspect of SCAG’s regional planning efforts. SCAG provides information, timely public notice and access to key decisions to support early and continuing public involvement in developing its regional plans. There are a variety of ways to learn more and become involved:
 
Citizen Review & Feedback
SCAG develops regional plans and programs in collaboration with local governments and stakeholders; circulates the draft versions of the Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy, the Federal Transportation Improvement Program, Overall Work Program and other regional initiatives; and provides time for public review and comment prior to finalizing them.

Upcoming Events

Mar
07

National League of Cities Congressional City Conference

Mar 07, 2015; All Day Event
@ Washington, D.C.
Mar
14

Alternative Energy & Transportation Conference & Expo

Mar 14, 2015; All Day Event
@ Craneway Pavilion, Point Richmond Waterfront
Mar
17

Municipal Debt Essentials

Mar 17, 2015; All Day Event
@ Riverside Convention Center, Riverside, CA