Provide a leadership forum for South Bay local governments to act collaboratively and advocate for regional issues with a focus on improving transportation and the environment, and strengthening economic development.
The South Bay region is environmentally sustainable, with reduced congestion and a healthy economy, due to the local government collaborations and advocacy facilitated and supported by SBCCOG.
The SBCCOG shall:
Promote cooperation among member agencies in the discussion of issues of mutual interest.
The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) is a joint powers authority comprised of sixteen cities and the County of Los Angeles. It embarked upon a strategic planning process in the third quarter of 2013 and completed it in early 2014. The process included three focus groups, an online questionnaire to members, and a strategic planning workshop. The strategic plan that resulted contains goals and strategies that were identified as important to achieving the organization’s mission and vision.
Adopted: March 2014