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South Bay Classrooms Receive $12,000 for Energy-Saving Efforts

The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) and Southern California Regional Energy Network (SoCalREN) teamed up to award 12 South Bay classrooms grants of $1,000 each ($12,000 total) for taking energy-saving actions at home. Classrooms representing 135th Street Elementary School in Gardena, Towne Elementary School in Carson and Zela Davis Elementary School in Hawthorne earned the rewards through SoCalREN’s Kits for Kids program for third and fourth grade students. The program provides hands-on education about the benefits of energy efficiency.

Perspective – Los Angeles is Leading the Effort to Advance Digital Equity

More than 325,000 (9.7%) of households in LA County do not have an internet subscription, and more than 156,000 (4.6%) of households do not have a computer. LA County is leading regional efforts to ensure that all communities and individuals in the region have the technology access, capacity, skills and support to fully participate in society, democracy and the 21st-century economy.

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Introduction to the South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG), our mission, vision, governance, history, our staff and member organizations, highlights about the South Bay sub-region, and how we help to maximize the quality of life and productivity in the South Bay.

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Committees & Agendas

Discover our various committees, working groups, and forums, how to attend their meetings and what topics will be covered.

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Find out about upcoming meetings and events of the SBCCOG and its partners, how and where to attend, and what will be discussed.

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Learn about opportunities at the SBCCOG, job postings, request for proposals/quotes, how to volunteer and other ways you can get involved in what we do.

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Member Agencies

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