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SCAG to host Connect SoCal Workshop

Post Date:06/04/2019 7:45 AM

The Southern California Association of Governments, aka SCAG, is currently preparing the next regional plan and needs your input. Connect SoCal – the 2020-2045 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy – is a vision for the future of Southern California. The workshop will highlight challenges the region is going to face over the next 25 years and potential solutions to address them. Come learn about the anticipated growth in population, transportation and housing development for our region.

Join us and get connected at the next Connect SoCal workshop!

When: Tuesday, June 11, 2019 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 
Where: Corona Public Library, 650 South Main Street

Can't make it to the workshop?

SCAG is holding a telephone town hall on June 11. You can join us virtually from anywhere in the region to learn more about #ConnectSoCal and share feedback on your hopes and priorities for Southern California. 

Register here & our telephone town hall automated dialing system will call you at the scheduled date and time. 
https://dashboard.teletownhall.us/registration/2BCW7EURALH3

Why should I go to a Connect SoCal workshop?

Connect SoCal is developed with input from communities all over the region, which includes the counties of Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura. By attending a workshop, you will be able to learn more about the challenges facing the region over the next 25 years and the potential solutions we have to address them. Come learn about how the region is anticipated to grow - the choices we have about where growth occurs - and provide your input on how to keep the region moving. 

The goal is a smarter and more connected region, so make sure to provide your input by attending a free workshop. Whether you live, work or play in Southern California, you should have a say! No RSVP is needed.

To make it easier for the communities to participate, SCAG has also provided an electronic survey as another way to collect the public’s input: www.connectsocal.org/survey  

Attend a workshop. Take the survey. Get connected!

SCAG

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