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 role of the CEHD Committee is to study problems, programs and other matters which pertain to the regional issues of community, economic and human development and growth. This committee reviews projects, plans and programs of regional significance for consistency and conformity with applicable regional plans.
The EEC considers environmental and energy issues of regional significance, including but not limited to air quality, water quality, solid and hazardous waste, habitat preservation, environmental justice, and environmental impact analysis.
The role of the Transportation Committee is to study problems, programs and other matters which pertain to the regional issues of mobility, air quality, transportation control measures and communications, and make recommendations on such matters to the Regional Council.
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.
SCAG invites you to a virtual workshop for public sector stakeholders to share an update on the Draft Regional Advance Mitigation Planning (RAMP) Policy Framework and the process for developing the SoCal Greenprint tool.
RAMP is a proven process for expediting project delivery by planning for required mitigation to reduce environmental impacts earlier in the planning process and at a wider scale.
Igniting dynamic conversation and pursuing collaboration to expand housing opportunities in Ventura County.
The annual Executive Directors Conference & Board Retreat is designed by and for executive directors and board members of Regional Councils and Metropolitan Planning Organizations. The conference, held in a different region of the country each year, brings executives and elected officials together to discuss topics ranging from organizational structure, innovative best practices, and new developments in technology.
For the first time in three years, the 2022 UCLA Arrowhead Symposium reconvenes at its eponymous home at the UCLA Lake Arrowhead Lodge and Conference Center in Lake Arrowhead, California.
How do schools connect environmental literacy and facility programs, find funding, and meet water and Electric Vehicle Fleet requirements? The 2022 Green California Schools and Community Colleges Summit will address these challenges and more at their unique in person and virtual event.
The Audit Committee provides guidance regarding internal and external audit issues and implementing Best Practices.
This committee will advance the direction set in the SCAG Regional Council Resolution on Climate Change Action to consider opportunities for enhanced conservation and how can Connect SoCal support our communities in adapting to changing conditions or mitigating risks to become more resilient.
This meeting will feature a panel on SCAG’s Regional Early Action Planning (REAP) 1.0 Call for Collaboration program, a preview of SCAG’s upcoming Housing Policy Forum, an update on REAP 2.0, and an update on SCAG’s Local Data Exchange process
The Housing Working Group provides a forum to engage stakeholders on several housing-related priorities. Input and discussions will inform the development of SCAG’s housing program and resources provided to local jurisdictions, shape regional policies for consideration in Connect SoCal, and inform legislative proposals.
This committee will provide guidance on the priorities and strategies for Connect SoCal 2024, reflecting the rapidly evolving developments across the region-specific to the future of mobility and associated implications for public policy.
This committee will identify opportunities to advance racial equity through the policies and strategies in Connect SoCal and guide how our planning and investments over the next 30 years can address and rectify the effects of racially discriminatory policies in SCAG’s environmental justice communities.
The October 2022 Executive Director’s Report covers the agency’s major activities, key programs, and accomplishments over the past month.
The Concept of Operations provide a blueprint for integrating individual express lane projects into a regional system by identifying a comprehensive set of issues that should be addressed as individual express lane projects advanced.