SoCal Greenprint Public Hearing & Comments


On Thursday, Oct. 7, the Regional Council voted to continue the pause on implementation of the SoCal Greenprint to allow for further engagement with stakeholders to ensure the tool advances the policy direction and requirements of the mitigation measure approved by the board in the Program Environmental Impact Report and related Addendum No. 1 for Connect SoCal, the 2020 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy.

The SoCal Greenprint is intended to be a web-based mapping tool that compiles more than 100 existing and publicly available data sources into interactive maps to help stakeholders in the SCAG region visualize how to better integrate nature into future growth and development.

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