OCTOBER 6, 2022
Special Joint Meeting of the Capital Projects and Construction Committee, Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources Committee, Executive Committee, Governing Board, Homelessness Committee, Transportation Committee, and Water Committee
Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/94370146127
Livestream on YouTube: https://youtu.be/F0hWQdVx-fg
FIRE PREP SAN GABRIEL VALLEY
Fire Prep SGV is a regional outreach and education program that provides information to San Gabriel Valley communities to protect their homes, help with wildfire prevention efforts, prepare for wildfires, and make plans to ensure safe evacuation when necessary.
OPEN JOB OPPORTUNITIES
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2022-2023 SGVCOG FOOD INSECURITY GRANT PROGRAM
The San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments is seeking to award funding to eligible entities to reduce food insecurity in the San Gabriel Valley. SGVCOG will be awarding funding to support a program to address food insecurity for persons experiencing homelessness or those at-risk of homelessness, with a specific focus on building the capacity of food recovery organizations and partners to be prepared for the expected increase in donated food in the coming year. Please submit completed applications to Victoria Urenia at: firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to apply is September 30, 2022. Download application here.
eSGV RESIDENTIAL ENERGY ASSESSMENT PROGRAM
The SGVCOG is proud to introduce the eSGV Residential Energy Assessment Program in partnership with the Southern California Regional Energy Network (SoCalREN). Previously, the sunsetting of the San Gabriel Valley Energy Wise Partnership on December 31, 2021 temporarily paused the popular Energy Assessment for Your Home (EASY) Residential Energy Assessments. The assessments are now rebranded under the eSGV Program and San Gabriel Valley residents can sign up for free residential energy assessments by visiting here.
SAN GABRIEL VALLEY TRANSIT FEASIBILITY STUDY
The SGVCOG is currently partnering with Metro to conduct a feasibility study to evaluate and improve mobility in the San Gabriel Valley. The Study will evaluate short-term and long-term transit options designed to enhance communities and the lives of residents, commuters, and visitors. Additionally, the Study aims to focus on transit-dependent populations and equity-focused communities constrained by existing transportation systems. Please click on the "Learn More" button for additional information on the Study.