Public Information Office

The primary responsibility of the Public Information Office is to maintain and expand governmental, community and private sector participation in the regional planning work of SLOCOG. This is accomplished by working with cities and counties, local government officials, community and business interest groups, and the news media. The Public Information Office is responsible for disseminating SLOCOG's messages by preparing brochures, newsletters, and presentations, facilitating news media requests and conducting news conferences, writing speeches, newspaper and magazine articles and broadcast public service announcements when necessary and working with SLOCOG planners to conduct public workshops and hearings. An integral part of these communications efforts is our in-house graphics staff who create many of the visual components. The complete SLOCOG public participation plan can be found here.

Additionally, SLOCOG's Title VI plan can be found here.

To speak directly with the Public Information Office, please call 805-781-4219. To subscribe to our newsletter, click here.

Draft 2021 Public Participation Plan (PPP)

The Public Participation Plan (PPP) is both a federal and state requirement for MPOs, which establishes a model for effective public involvement and contains written procedures for including the public in our region’s planning process. Public participation is an integral part of the transportation process; it helps assure projects address community needs and concerns. The SLOCOG Board approved release of Draft 2021 PPP for public’s 45-day review period from December 18, 2020-February 3, 2021. The plan is scheduled for a public hearing on February 3, 2021 to consider comments and final adoption. Questions or comments on the plan may be sent to Anna Devers, pio@slocog.org or (805) 781-4462. Comments must be received by February 3, 2021. 

View the Draft 2021 PPP

You can also download our most recent press releases below and additional SLOCOG collateral, including our SLOCOG brochure and fact sheet.

 

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