Neighborhood Electric Vehicles (NEV) Demonstration Project Report

IT'S HERE!  The SBCCOG has just released its Neighborhood Electric Vehicles (NEV) Demonstration Project report that answers the questions, "Will South Bay residents drive NEVs extensively?", "Does the usage have the potential to produce significant environmental and economic benefits?", and "Is there a feasible market segment for NEVs?"   The report answers these questions with evidence that was gathered through actual South Bay residents experience using slow speed, neighborhood electric vehicles.  Find out if this mode of trave

Clarifying the New MS-4 Permit Guidelines

The SBCCOG, in cooperation with the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board,  invites you to a Presentation on Clarifying the New MS-4 Permit Guidelines

NEW DATE: Thursday, JULY 25, 2013

NEW TIME: 6:00 pm

Light dinner provided

15th Annual General Assembly

The SBCCOG's 15th Annual General Assembly working title, "Why Must We Care? – The Cost of the Changing Environment to the South Bay," was held at the Juanita Millender-McDonald Community Center (801 E. Carson St., Carson CA 90745).  This free event was attended by elected officials, city staff, city commissioners, community and business leaders, along with the general public, who heard discussions and issues of importance to the South Bay. Please find speaker presentations along with highlights from the event below.

South Bay Leaders Save Measure R Funding

South Bay Leaders Decry Metro Plan to Close Project Funding Gap. They say Metro's proposal to fund the Crenshaw-LAX light-rail line could divert nearly $100 million from their own highway and roads projects.

SCAG Videoconferencing Capabilities at the SBCCOG

The SBCCOG is delighted to announce that our video conferencing equipment provided by SCAG is working and that the SCAG meetings listed below will be available for your viewing from the South Bay Cities Council of Governments Office in Torrance!

11th Annual SBCCOG General Assembly "A Vibrant Economy: Jobs keep the South Bay Strong!" Feb 26, 2010

The SBCCOG's 11th Annual General Assembly "A Vibrant Economy: Jobs Keep the South Bay Strong!" was held at the Juanita Millender-McDonald Community Center February 26, 2010.  See speaker presentations, photos, and video of the event below.

MAY 30 Workshop: Clarifying the New MS-4 Permit Guidelines

The SBCCOG, in cooperation with the

Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board,

Metro's 2013 Call for Projects Workshop for the South Bay Region

To provide sub-regional, small group interaction between Metro staff and cities/transit operators that have potential projects for Metro’s 2013 Call for Projects

12th Annual SBCCOG General Assembly "The South Bay in 2040 - Out of the Box & Into the Future"

The South Bay Cities Council of Governments held their 12th Annual General Assembly "The South Bay in 2040 - Out of the Box and Into the Future" on Friday, February 25, 2011 at the Juanita Millender-McDonald Community Center in the City of Carson.  Please find speakers' presentations and event coverage below.

13th Annual SBCCOG General Assembly "Be Prepared: Preventing Disasters/Planning for Recovery"

The SBCCOG's 13th Annual General Assembly "Be Prepared: Preventing Disasters/Planning for Recovery" was held at the Juanita Millender-McDonald Community Center February 24, 2012.  Below you will find speaker bios and presentations, as well as links to reports and other resources that were displayed at the event.  Event highlights and photos can also be found here.

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