The Executive/ Administration Committee is responsible for developing policy recommendations to the Regional Council on administration, human resources, budgets, finance, operations, communications, or any other matter specifically referred to the Committee by the Regional Council.
The meeting will be conducted in a hybrid manner (both in-person and remotely by telephonic and video conference).
While each SCAG policy committee is responsible for specific areas related to regional planning, issues sometimes arise within the region that pertain to all of the committees. To address these broad issues of concern, SCAG holds Joint Meetings of the Policy Committees on as as-needed basis several times a year.
The Regional Council is the governing board of SCAG and consists of 86 elected officials representing 191 cities, six counties, county transportation commissions, transportation corridor agencies, tribal governments and air districts in Southern California.
This intimate gathering brings together over 100 mayors, city council members, county supervisors, and other senior executives in an inspiring and collaborative environment.
The Water Education for Latino Leaders (WELL) 12th Annual Statewide Conference will be held from March 15 – 16, 2024 in the City of San Jose.
The 2024 State of the City – Business Address will be held on Wednesday, March 27, 2024 at the Ontario Convention Center.
The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) board of directors invites you to participate in our 24th Annual General Assembly.
The Orange County Council of Governments (OCCOG) is excited to announce that its next Annual Conference will take place on Thursday, March 28, 2024 at the Richard Nixon Library and Museum in Yorba Linda with the theme: Consistent Collaboration Creates Community.
OCCOG’s General Assembly brings together Orange County’s elected leaders, OCCOG member jurisdiction staff, partners and the consultant community for education and collaboration to focus on five infrastructure policy areas: energy, transportation/mobility, water, air quality and land use/housing.
This meeting features presentations about the Sustainable Communities Program Active & Safety Projects, Quick Builds, and the City of Montebello’s First/Last Mile (FLM) Master Plan.
Staff will also provide updates on the Active Transportation Program Cycle 7, the latest Go Human Safety Strategies, Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) Grant Program, and FY25 California Office of Traffic Safety Grant Application.
Participants will also have an opportunity to suggest topics for future meetings in the upcoming year.
The Legislative/Communications and Membership Committee provides guidance and recommendations to the Regional Council regarding legislative matters impacting the region, policy direction on SCAG’s communications strategy, outreach, issues and materials, SCAG membership benefits and sponsorship opportunities.
The purpose of the Technical Working Group is to provide a venue to discuss and receive input on growth-related technical approaches associated with the development, implementation, and monitoring of Connect SoCal, Southern California’s Regional Transportation Plan/ Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS).
The February 2024 Executive Director’s Report covers the agency’s major activities, key programs, and accomplishments over the past month.
SCAG’s Economic Roundtable met for its first 2024 quarterly discussion on the state of the regional economy.