In preparing the Connect SoCal 2024, the Southern California
Association of Governments will engage in the Local Data Exchange
process to gather the most updated information available from
local jurisdictions covering land use and growth to help
understand how the region is developing and the extent to which
we are meeting our climate goals.
This page is for local jurisdictions in Southern California to
access and review SCAG’s data sets that are part of the Local
Over the course of 2022, SCAG plans to meet one-on-one with all
197 local jurisdictions to discuss these maps in their local
context, provide background on the development of Connect SoCal
2024, and provide training of tools available to local
For an overview of how to access the LDX system and how to
provide input, please watch the tutorial video below. The LDX
System presentation starts at 56:04.
This process is being developed in conjunction with SCAG’s Regional Data Platform (RDP). The data and maps
in this book can also be accessed in digital and editable form
through the RDP alongside several additional
planning tools and video tutorials on the RDP.
For ease of review, core data items have been mapped in draft
format and assembled in an individual map book for each local
jurisdiction (available below).
To request draft high-quality maps and shapefiles of SCAG’s
Data/Map Book or related materials, please contact
Please note that SCAG’s draft data is undergoing refinement based
on feedback from local jurisdictions, and material included here
is subject to revision; inquiries for official data should be
directed to each respective local jurisdiction.