The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) is preparing to update and develop Connect SoCal 2024. SCAG will engage in the Local Data Exchange (LDX) process to gather the most updated information available from local jurisdictions covering land use and growth to help understand how the region is developing and the extent to which we are meeting our climate goals.
Over the course of 2022, SCAG plans to meet one-on-one (for 90 minutes) with all 197 local jurisdictions to discuss the maps in their local context, provide background on the development of Connect SoCal 2024, and provide training on available tools on the Regional Data Platform (RDP) to local jurisdictions.
Jurisdictions in Imperial, Los Angeles and Ventura Counties can register for a one-on-one meeting below. Meetings for jurisdictions in Riverside and San Bernadino Counties will be coordinated by their respective Subregional Councils of Governments.
Should you have any questions, please reach out to SCAG Local Information Services Team (LIST) at email@example.com.