SCAG requests feedback on its Public Participation Plan before April 21st

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

On February 21st, the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG)  released a draft of their Public Participation Plan and is currently soliciting feedback until April 21st. SCAG is responsible for developing plans like the Regional Transportation Plan Sustainable Communities Strategies and the Public Participation Plan is a critical guide for how SCAG will interact and gather input from public stakeholders The updated plan includes practices and methods for community engagement in order to comply with current state and federal regulations required from Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, the Brown Act and Environmental Justice mandates. To learn more and weigh in, visit SCAG’s Public Participation Plan homepage and submit comments on the plan before April 21st.


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