Winter 2024 Issue South Bay Watch Newsletter

The South Bay Watch winter issue explores the benefits and red flags of artificial intelligence for cities as the South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) prepares to host its upcoming General Assembly titled "Artificial Intelligence: Friend or Foe for the South Bay;" results of a SBCCOG study reveal why accessory dwelling units may not be the sought-after solution for affordable housing; and El Segundo launches the South Bay's first zero-emission, low-speed vehicle route.

2024-03-03T15:18:58-08:00March 3, 2024|

South Bay Cities Council of Governments Earns Beacon Award for Leadership and Innovation in Sustainability

The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) has been selected as a 2023 Beacon Leadership and Innovation award winner for its cross-agency collaboration in supporting cities in energy efficiency, water conservation, waste reduction, renewable energy, clean transportation and much more.  

2024-02-12T11:41:48-08:00February 12, 2024|

South Bay Cities Council of Governments’ Survey Indicates Low Percentage of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) in South Bay Rental Market Affordable

A South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) study indicates that most accessory dwelling units (ADUs)—known as “granny flats”—in the South Bay are being rented at market rates, or not rented out at all and instead used for personal use or to house friends and family.

2024-01-31T16:54:50-08:00January 31, 2024|

Turtle Talk – South Bay Local Travel Network Newsletter – January 2024

Welcome to our first issue! This month's issue features highlights from the South Bay Local Travel Network El Segundo pilot launch, safety tips from the turtle and the low-speed mode of the month. 

2024-01-10T17:20:53-08:00January 10, 2024|

South Bay Cities Council of Governments and Southern California Regional Energy Network Award Carson, Hawthorne and Rolling Hills Estates Gold-Level Energy Achievement

The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) in partnership with the Southern California Regional Energy Network (SoCalREN), recognized South Bay cities for their efforts in pursuing energy-efficiency initiatives and sustainability-related tasks over the past year as part of the inaugural “South Bay Energy and Climate Recognition Program.” Taking home gold-level achievement are the cities of Carson, Hawthorne and Rolling Hills Estates.  

2023-12-07T13:54:11-08:00December 7, 2023|

South Bay Cities Council of Governments Photo Contest Calls for Sustainability in Action

The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its South Bay Environmental Service Center (SBESC) program by calling for the community to submit photos that demonstrate sustainable action in their cities.

2023-11-29T16:12:48-08:00November 29, 2023|
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