Recruitment For a Special Vacancy o 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 Committee will also provide comments and recommendations to the City Council regarding the Circulation Element of the [...]

2022-01-19T13:44:54-08:00January 19, 2022|

SBCCOG Job Opening: Environmental Services Analyst I & II – Community Outreach

Under direction of the Deputy Executive Director, the Environmental Services Analyst I & II coordinates general programs, projects, field work, workshops, outreach, and office support. The principal focus of this position is to serve as an information resource and implementer for environmental programs to encourage residents, businesses, and agencies to [...]

2022-01-18T11:04:52-08:00January 18, 2022|

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|

Going Renewable: As California Sets Ambitious Clean Energy Goals, Its Largest Community Energy Provider Keeps Pace to Ensure Grid’s Resiliency

By Ted Bardacke, Executive Director, Clean Power Alliance  Clean Power Alliance (CPA) is the fifth largest electricity provider in California and the single largest provider of 100% renewable energy to customers in the nation. We take our responsibility to reliably integrate renewable energy into the grid very seriously, as we [...]

2021-12-22T10:00:08-08:00December 22, 2021|

A Roadmap for the Future: What is GIS and What it Can Do for South Bay Cities

Geographic information systems, known as GIS, are a way to organize, analyze and display any data that has a location. For a city, that data can be anything from the demographics of the people living around a park, to a full schematic of the city’s water system, according to Barry [...]

2021-12-16T10:57:03-08:00December 16, 2021|

SBCCOG Job Opening: Administrative Assistant

Under direction of the Deputy Executive Director and in coordination with the other administrative staff, the part-time administrative assistant performs specific functions within the areas assigned. This individual is responsible for tending to all the duties associated with the Reception Desk and assisting with clerical assignments for management such as [...]

2021-11-30T13:26:52-08:00November 30, 2021|

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 [...]

2021-11-17T10:34:55-08:00November 16, 2021|

South Bay Cities Council Of Governments Congratulates El Segundo As 200th Agency To Join Partner Southern California Regional Energy Network

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Media Contact: Colleen Farrell | SBCCOG | 424-271-4681 | [email protected] SOUTH BAY CITIES COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS CONGRATULATES EL SEGUNDO AS 200th AGENCY TO JOIN PARTNER SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL ENERGY NETWORK    TORRANCE, CALIF., November 15, 2021 – The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG), which through [...]

2021-11-16T12:14:10-08:00November 15, 2021|

SBCCOG Welcomes LAHSA Senior Executive to Manage Homelessness and Senior Programs

TORRANCE, CALIF., October 7, 2021 – The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG), a government organization dedicated to improving the quality of life and productivity in the South Bay subregion of Los Angeles County, welcomes Ronson Chu to lead its Homelessness and Senior Services programs. Chu brings financial, administrative and managerial experience to the organization after working in various roles for the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) and Homeless Court, and as co-founder of Weekend to End Homelessness, an event and campaign to connect neighbors with volunteer opportunities in their local communities. 

2021-10-07T18:30:35-07:00October 7, 2021|
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