What does the Bay Area need from its Council of Governments?
Cities, towns, and counties are asked to help Shape the Future of the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG). Complete the following survey. If you have already submitted a survey, there is now an opportunity to submit additional comments.
ABAG Special General Assembly
During ABAG's Special General Assembly on January 30th, more than 120 local government representatives engaged in a dynamic dialogue on the future role of the Council of Governments and local coordination to address regional challenges, from resilience to housing and land use. Keynote speaker Delaine Eastin, Former California State Superintendent of Public Education, kicked off the General Assembly highlighting the history and significance of regional governance. Attendees provided feedback to define the needs of their Bay Area cities, towns, and counties.
If you attended the General Assembly and would like to evaluate this forum, click here.
There were four breakout sessions at the Special General Assembly where attendees discussed the future of ABAG in depth. Slides that summarize the comments from the breakout sessions can be viewed here.
Click the links below to view materials from the Special General Assembly
- Building Regional Collaboration -- Panel Presentations
- Understanding the Consolidation -- Presented by Brad Paul, ABAG Acting Executive Director
- ABAG - MTC Staff Consolidation Overview Memo
General Assembly Survey
The next Spring General Assembly and Business Meeting will be held on Thursday, May 11, 2017.