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.
Presented by SCAG and the University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy. Join us on Tuesday, June 8, and Tuesday, June 15 for this year’s program focused on planning for “the post-pandemic city.”
SCAG has been granted $47 million in Regional Early Action Planning (REAP) funding from Assembly Bill (AB) 101 to administer RHNA and provide housing planning and process improvement services to cities and counties.
On July 2, 2020, SCAG’s Regional Council adopted Resolution 20‐623‐2, declaring systemic racism a human rights and public health crisis. The resolution affirms SCAG’s commitment to work in partnership with others to close the gap of racial injustice.