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.


Announcements

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SGC Council Meeting will be held on April 11, 2016
1001 I Street, Sacramento, CA 95812 ~ Byron Sher Auditorium from 1-4pm

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SGC and HCD announce the FY 2015-16 Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) and Application for the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) Program.

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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!


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2015-2016 AHSC and SALC Final Program Guidelines have been posted.

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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.


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In the Spotlight

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Regional Conservation Assessments in California

SGC has released the Review of California Conservation Lands data platform to inform conservation and development planning decisions. The platform integrates 121 regional conservation assessments, which describe and map selected, science-based conservation values, providing valuable information for regional planning efforts and the implementation of statewide planning goals. Click the map to access the data visualizer.