The South Bay Cities Council of Governments celebrates 20 years of environmental service to the South Bay.
A special issue of South Bay Watch celebrating the 20th anniversary of the South Bay Environmental Services Center. Issue includes "South Bay's Journey to Green" Timeline.
RANCHO PALOS VERDES, CALIF., SEPETMBER 26, 2023 - The City of Rancho Palos Verdes is currently conducting a recruitment to fill a seat due to a special vacancy on the Civic Center Advisory Committee. This is a volunteer, non-paying position with an unexpired term of office ending in June 2026. [...]
Our Green Business Assist Program is a FREE program to help South Bay Business save money while improving quality of life and making our community more attractive to live, work and play. In this issue, learn about the non-functional watering ban extension for commercial businesses. Find out how to earn cash for installing a hydration station. Check out these stories and more in the summer newsletter.
August is Water Quality Month. Bixby Marshland inspires mural at local hospital. Tour the Albert Robles Center for Water Recycling. Find free water conservation equipment and information for residents. Check out these and other stories in the South Bay Environmental Services Center monthly newsletter.
South Bay Cities Council of Governments Recognized as Finalist for PR Daily’s Non-Profit Communications Awards
The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) is proud to announce that it has been selected as a finalist in the Print Publication category for PR Daily's Nonprofit Communications Awards program. This esteemed program honors organizations that have demonstrated excellence in nonprofit communications and highlights their impactful efforts in the industry.
June is National Oceans Month. Take a virtual ocean tour to learn how Sanitation Districts protects local marine life. Also, learn about your water at free community workshops. Check out these and other stories in the South Bay Environmental Services Center monthly newsletter.
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, has elected city of Carson Council Member Cedric Hicks to lead its board as 2023/24 chair.
Carson Council Member Cedric Hicks shares his excitement as he steps into his new role as SBCCOG 2023/2024 board chair.
Southern California Member of Congress seeks an experienced scheduling assistant to be based out of the district office. The Scheduling Assistant will assist the District Director with tracking office expenses, certificate requests, canopy requests, and Congressional Record statement requests. The position will also work closely with the DC Scheduler to [...]