City of Rancho Palos Verdes Announces Recruitment to Fill Seats on the Civic Center Advisory Committee and the Planning Commission

The City is currently conducting recruitment to fill three vacancies on the Civic Center Advisory Committee and Planning Commission, respectively. These are volunteer, non-paying positions; however, the Planning Commissioners receive a stipend of $135.00 per month. Civic Center Advisory Committee The potential scope and community importance of the Civic Center [...]

2022-05-09T11:57:17-07:00May 9, 2022|

The Path to Permanent Housing – Hawthorne Uses Federal Emergency Housing Vouchers to Help Homeless Residents

Dulce Medina, Hawthorne homeless services coordinator (right), client/tenant (left) and property owner (center) discuss a home being rented through before the EHV program. In late January 2022 Hawthorne Homeless Services Coordinator Dulce Medina met her client at the front door of a modest, well-kept cottage, and welcomed him [...]

2022-04-22T10:59:22-07:00April 21, 2022|

Making Every Day Earth Day – CivicSpark Fellows Help Advance South Bay Environmental Programs

CivicSpark, a program of the Local Government Commission, is dedicated to assisting local public agencies in addressing issues such as climate change. Each year, CivicSpark recruits Fellows to augment public agency staff for 11 months. During their service year, the Fellows implement a needed sustainability and resilience project for a [...]

2022-04-13T17:44:43-07:00April 13, 2022|

South Bay Cities Council of Governments Selects Raymond Fujii of Torrance as Winner of its Inaugural Photo Contest

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Media Contact: Colleen Farrell | SBCCOG | 424-271-4681 | [email protected]  SOUTH BAY CITIES COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS SELECTS RAYMOND FUJII OF TORRANCE AS WINNER OF ITS INAUGURAL PHOTO CONTEST     Winner is Selected from More than 150 Submissions   Raymond Fujii of Torrance took home first place honors with [...]

2022-06-27T12:44:39-07:00April 5, 2022|

South Bay Cities Council OF Governments’ 22nd General Assembly To Reimagine the South Bay’s Future 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Media Contact: Colleen Farrell | SBCCOG | 424-271-4681 | [email protected]  SOUTH BAY CITIES COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS’ 22nd GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO REIMAGINE THE SOUTH BAY’S FUTURE   Champions of Innovation to Inform South Bay Cities and Their Leaders   How to Plan for a Multidimensional World    TORRANCE, CALIF., March [...]

2022-06-27T12:42:01-07:00March 23, 2022|

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|

CLOSED: Request for Proposals (RFP): Technical Consulting for Planning for Sharrow Markings, Wayfinding Signage, and Parking Elements in Support of the Implementation of a South Bay Local “Slow Speed” Travel Network

The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) is seeking proposals for technical assistance from qualified firms for producing a Wayfinding and Signage plan (with additional design elements) to complement the SBCCOG’s implementation of a sub-regional Local Travel Network (LTN). Procurement Schedule Deadline for submittal is: 5:00 PM Pacific  - [...]

2022-06-09T10:38:13-07:00March 11, 2022|
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