Enter the SBCCOG’s “Why I Love the South Bay” Photo Contest

The SBCCOG is in search of your best photographs that showcase what is unique and beautiful about the South Bay and where you find beauty in your community. The SBCCOG’s new quarterly photo contest kicks off January 1, 2022. This is an opportunity for the community to show off their [...]

2022-01-10T15:37:10-08:00January 10, 2022|

South Bay Fiber Network Spotlighted in Little Hoover Commission Publication

Access to affordable, high speed internet is more critical now than ever before, yet many California households lack sufficient bandwidth to meet their needs. The Little Hoover Commission recently spotlighted our new South Bay Fiber Network as an example of initiatives municipalities have created locally and across the globe to [...]

2021-07-21T10:59:42-07:00January 15, 2021|

Supervisors Hahn and Ridley-Thomas Fund Strategic Effort to Address Homelessness in South Bay

On January 31st, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a program initiated by Supervisors Janice Hahn and Mark Ridley-Thomas to fund a continued partnership with People Assisting the Homeless (PATH) and South Bay Cities to strategically address homelessness in the South Bay. The partnership was first initiated in [...]

2021-07-21T12:33:08-07:00February 1, 2017|

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 2016-2017 work plan for the Traffic Safety Committee includes providing civic engagement opportunities to discuss school safety [...]

2021-07-21T12:34:53-07:00January 3, 2017|
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