The 22nd General Assembly: In-Person Event Returns to “Reimagine” the South Bay’s Future

Drew Boyles, Mayor, El Segundo Chair, SBCCOG Board of Directors The South Bay Cities Council of Government’s (SBCCOG) invites thought leaders to gather, share ideas and discuss important issues that impact the region. Due to the pandemic, last year’s event took place for the first time on a [...]

2022-03-11T12:04:32-08:00March 11, 2022|

Solution to California’s Housing Crisis Lies in Collaboration, Not Condemnation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Media Contact: Colleen Farrell | SBCCOG | 424-271-4681 | [email protected]  SOLUTION TO CALIFORNIA’S HOUSING CRISIS LIES IN  COLLABORATION, NOT CONDEMNATION   TORRANCE, CALIF., November 16, 2021 – In response to California Attorney General Rob Bonta’s announcement of the creation of a Housing Strike Force, speaking on behalf of the South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG), Drew Boyles, SBCCOG board of directors' chair [...]

2022-05-20T10:24:33-07:00November 16, 2021|

South Bay Cities Council of Government’s 21st General Assembly to Explore How Sectors Will Intersect in Post-COVID-19 World

The COVID-19 global pandemic has underscored how one change impacts many others. The South Bay Cities Council of Governments’ (SBCCOG) 21st General Assembly titled, “Intersections: Finding Tomorrow’s Solutions for Today’s Issues,” will engage local thought leaders in a dynamic dialogue to examine the interrelationships of various issues and their potential [...]

2021-07-08T16:49:41-07:00March 11, 2021|

South Bay Cities Council of Governments Wins 2020 Crown Communities Award for South Bay Fiber Network

The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) is proud to announce it has received a 2020 Crown Communities Award for its South Bay Fiber Network (SBFN), a dedicated fiber-optic network connecting the South Bay region’s city halls and other local and regional public agencies with high-speed, low-cost broadband connectivity. [...]

2021-07-08T16:49:33-07:00March 3, 2021|

Recruitment for Three Vacancies on the City of Rancho Palos Verdes Traffic Safety Committee

The five member Traffic Safety Committee serves as a public forum for traffic related issues including placement of traffic control devices, consideration of traffic calming solutions, safety-related tools and posted speed limits. The 2020-2021 work plan for the Traffic Safety Committee includes providing civic engagement opportunities to discuss school safety [...]

2021-07-08T16:51:31-07:00February 10, 2021|

SBCCOG Completion of High-Speed Internet Infrastructure to Help Usher City Facilities Through COVID-19 Challenges; Improve Regional Transportation

With the completion of a dedicated fiber-optic network in the South Bay region of Los Angeles County, city halls, along with other local and regional public agencies, will now benefit from high-speed, low-cost broadband connectivity that provides the critical infrastructure for South Bay Cities to boldly step into the world [...]

2021-07-21T14:43:12-07:00November 17, 2020|
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