California Strategic Growth Council
California Strategic Growth Council (SGC) brings together agencies and departments within Business, Consumer Services and Housing, Transportation, Natural Resources, Health and Human Services, Food and Agriculture, and Environmental Protection, with the Governor's Office of Planning and Research to coordinate activities that support sustainable communities emphasizing strong economies, social equity and environmental stewardship. For more information about the SGC, please visit the About Us page.
PRESS RELEASE: Strategic Growth Council Approves $289.4 Million Investment in Housing Affordable to Hardworking Californians and Transit Infrastructure Designed to Help People Drive Less. Second Round of Climate Investment Projects Centered on Combating Climate Change.
2016 AHSC applicant information and data will be posted by early November. For applicants who would like a debrief regarding your application, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org We will contact you to set up an appointment once we have a dates and times set, thank you for your patience.
The Strategic Growth Council is pleased to invite your review of proposed regulations, the first phase in implementing Assembly Bill 2722 (Burke, 2016). AB 2722 created the Transformative Climate Community Program (Program) to be administered by the Council. This proposed action is the first of several to implement the Program. Specifically, this action specifies a portion of total program funds for applications from specific geographic locations. The Council will establish program guidelines and selection criteria in a future rulemaking.
The Proposed Regulation and Initial Statement of Reasons are available on the Transformative Climate Communities Program page. Please submit all comments by November 7, 2016, to email@example.com. The Council will conduct a public hearing on the proposal on November 7, 2016, in the City of Fresno. Details on the hearing are included in the Notice of Proposed Action, which is available at: http://sgc.ca.gov/resource%20files/NoticeofProposedTCCRulemakingFINAL092316.pdf
The SGC in collaboration with the following agencies: Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency, California Natural Resources Agency, California State Transportation Agency, California Health and Human Services Agency, California Department of Food and Agriculture, and the Governor's Office of Planning and Research are proud to release a draft vision document, "Vibrant Communties and Landscpes," aims to help CA meet its climate change goals.
The documents below are currently open for public comment through 5:00 pm on September 28, 2016. Written comments can be submitted here:
https://www.arb.ca.gov/cc/scopingplan/meetings/meetings.htm - see "Submit Comments" link on the right side of the page.
Strategic Growth Council Staff are pleased to share the 2016 Annual Report to the Legislature with stakeholders. The report shares important updates for our grant programs and initiatives. If you have any questions please contact Strategic Growth Council Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The June 28 Council meeting has been cancelled due to ongoing budget conversations at the Capitol. The next Council meeting will be held, August 9th.
SGC releases a memo and list detailing full application invites for the 2015-2016 AHSC Program
1001 I Street | Sacramento, CA 95812 | Byron Sher Auditorium | 1-4pm
A copy of the NOFA is available at http://www.hcd.ca.gov/financial-assistance/affordable-housing-and-sustainable-communities/docs/fy1516ahsc_nofa_final.pdf. Application access is available through the Financial Application Assistance Statewide Tool (FAAST): https://faast.waterboards.ca.gov/ (search for 2015-16 Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program.)
Concept proposals are due via the FAAST system by 5:00 pm, Wednesday, March 16!
The Final 2015-16 Affordable Housing & Sustainable Communities Program Guidelines, including final GHG Quantification Methodology, can be found here.
The FY 2015-16 SALC Program, grant application forms, and supporting material have been posted. Please click here for all the materials.