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Coordinated Activities

Overall Work Program 2013-2014

  • Intercity Rail - San Joaquin Council of Governments
  • State Route 99 Coordination - Kern Council of Governments
  • Joint Funding Strategies (STIP, IIP & SHOPP) - Tulare Association of Governments
  • San Joaquin Valley Interregional Goods Movement - Valleywide Coordinator, All
  • Short Haul Rail (SB 325 Implementation) - Tulare County Association of Governments
  • High Speed Rail (note: no valleywide consensus)- All
  • Air Quality Transportation Planning & Coordination - San Joaquin Council of Governments
  • San Joaquin Valley Blueprint Planning - Fresno Council of Governments
  • Relationship Development with External Agencies & Entities - Kings County Association of Governments and Valleywide Coordinator
  • Valley Legislative Affairs Committee - Kings County Association of Governments, All
  • Valleywide Model Improvement Plan - Fresno Council of Governments
  • Coordination with the California Partnership for the San Joaquin Valley - Tulare County Association of Governments
  • Proposition 84, Sustainable Communities Implementation - Fresno Council of Governments
  • Regional Energy Planning - Valleywide Coordinator & Kern Council of Governments
  • MAP 21 - All
  • Regional Transportation Plans - All
  • Fall Policy Conference & Overall Networking - Kern & San Joaquin Council of Government's
  • San Joaquin Valley Web Sites / Centralized Data - Merced County Association of Governments
  • Coordination of the San Joaquin Valley Regional Policy Council - Terri King, Kings County Association of Governments, Chair of DIrectors' Committee & Valleywide Coordinator
  • Coordination of Executive DIrectors' Committee - Terri King, Kings County Association of Governments, Chair of DIrectors' Committee & Valleywide Coordinator
View detailed 2013/2014 Work Plan

View 2012/2013 Work Plan

Valley Visions

Valley Visions is a series of planning efforts underway throughout the San Joaquin Valley. It takes a big-picture look at how the Valley can grow over time in a way that uses resources efficiently, protects existing communities, conserves farmland and open space, and supports the Valley economy, ultimately reducing future greenhouse gas emissions. These long-term regional plans, called Sustainable Communities Strategies, consider long-term housing, transportation and land use needs as required under Senate Bill 375. The eight counties of the San Joaquin Valley are coordinating on some aspects of these planning efforts to maximize resources, with each area’s Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) developing a separate plan. MPOs are responsible for setting transportation policy and priorities for a region and documenting how transportation funds will be spent in a Regional Transportation Plan.

For more information, please visit: www.valley-visions.org

Valley Visions Video

Directors' Committee Chair Rotation Schedule

Kings County Association of Governments, 2013/2014
Kern Council of Governments, 2014/2015
San Joaquin Council of Governments, 2015/16
Tulare Association of Governments, 2016/2017
Merced County Association of Governments, 2017/2018
Fresno Council of Governments, 2018/2019
Stanislaus Council of Governments, 2019/2020
Madera County Transportation Commission, 2020/2021