Subregional Partnership Program 2.0


The Subregional Partnership (SRP) 2.0 program will allocate $23 million on a non-competitive basis to subregional councils of governments (COGs) for REAP 2.0 eligible activities supporting cities and counties to implement projects and programs identified in their draft and/or final compliant Housing Element work plans.

The SRP 2.0 program focuses on implementation of the region’s housing elements as a means of investing in actions to accelerate infill development that facilities housing supply, choice, and affordability, affirmatively furthers fair housing and reduces vehicle miles traveled across the region. Additionally, the focus on Housing Element implementation recognizes these documents represent the local plans for realizing the RHNA and housing goals, and that it is SCAG’s intent to support locally identified and approved planning tools and programs.

Eligible applicants for SRP 2.0 program funding are limited to agencies designated as subregions under this program and those subregions who submitted an Intent to Apply for Funding Form by the due date of Oct. 14, 2022. While most of SCAG’s fifteen defined subregional entities are considered as subregions for this program, several jurisdictions have membership in more than one subregion. For this reason, the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, and County of Riverside are considered as individual subregional partners under this program. (See the SRP 2.0 Program Guidelines Attachments for a complete list of eligible subregional partners).

The application period is expected to open in early April 2023. Applications will be reviewed by SCAG staff on an ongoing basis and will be assessed on eligibility, nexus to the REAP 2.0 program objectives and guidelines and SCAG regional priorities. 

On Sept. 1, 2022 SCAG Regional Council approved the REAP 2021 Subregional Partnership 2.0 Program Guidelines, subject to the State’s approval

SRP 2.0 Program - Guidelines

To learn more about the SRP 2.0 Program, please email: 
Jacob Noonan  
REAP 2.0 Housing Program Manager