Attendees at 2019 Economic Summit

Innovating for a Better Tomorrow

SCAG is the nation's largest metropolitan planning organization, representing six counties, 191 cities and more than 19 million residents. SCAG undertakes a variety of planning and policy initiatives to encourage a more sustainable Southern California.

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SCAG President’s Work Plan

SCAG President Rex Richardson introduced his comprehensive work plan for 2020-2021, “Framework for Recovering and Reimagining a Resilient Region.”

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Pre-Certified Local Housing Data

To comply with state housing law, jurisdictions within California must update their housing element every eight years. In collaboration with the HCD, SCAG has developed a housing needs data package for each local jurisdiction.

2021 Sustainability Awards

2021 Sustainability Awards

SCAG is committed to highlighting excellence in sustainable planning and projects in the region and is now accepting nominations for plans and projects that use innovative planning to improve mobility, livability, prosperity, and sustainability.

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Racial and Social Justice and SCAG’s Policy Statement

SCAG Regional Council declares racism a public health crisis, will provide $1 million to promote equitable economic and housing strategies.

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Executive Administration Committee

The Executive Administration Committee holds meetings the first Wednesday of each month at 3:00 p.m.

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Community, Economic and Human Development Committee

The Community, Economic and Human Development Committee holds regular meetings the first Thursday of each month at 9:30 a.m.

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Energy and Environment Committee

The Energy and Environment Committee holds regular meetings the first Thursday of each month at 9:30 a.m.

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Transportation Committee

The Transportation Committee holds regular meetings the first Thursday of each month at 9:30 a.m.

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Regional Council

The Regional Council holds regular meetings the first Thursday of each month at 12:30 p.m.

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Leveraging Public-Private Partnerships

SCAG’s Toolbox Tuesday and Clean Cities programs, along with our partners in zero-emission transportation, bring you a three-part webinar series on Innovations in Clean Transit.

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Foothill Transit’s Zero-Emissions Journey

SCAG’s Toolbox Tuesday and Clean Cities programs, along with our partners in zero-emission transportation, bring you a three-part webinar series on Innovations in Clean Transit.

Public Hearing

6th Cycle RHNA Appeals Board Hearing

Conducted pursuant to Government Code Section 65584.05(d)1

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Transportation Conformity Working Group

The Transportation Conformity Working (TCWG) is a forum to support interagency coordination to maintain transportation conformity and help improve air quality in Southern California.

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Modeling Task Force

The Modeling Task Force (MTF) coordinates the Region’s various modeling programs and provides a forum to share model-related information, new ideas, and discuss data standards.

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Regional Transit Technical Advisory Committee

The Regional Transit Technical Advisory Committee, made up of representatives from the Region’s transit operators, provides a forum for coordination of input in the development of the Regional Transportation Plan and the Regional Transportation Improvement Program.

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Special Committee on Equity and Social Justice

The Special Committee on Equity and Social Justice will advise the Regional Council on policies and practices to: end racial and social disparities internal to the agency; strengthen the way it engages and convenes to protect and expand community voice

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Executive Director’s Monthly Report, January 2021

The January 2021 Executive Director’s Report covers the agency’s major activities, key programs, and accomplishments over the past two months.

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Regional Briefing Book

SCAG’s Economic Summit began in the wake of the Great Recession as a convening to expand the region’s economic base and to determine priorities for the region that help businesses, public agencies, and communities improve economic vitality.