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Valley Coordination
San Joaquin Valley Regional Planning Agencies Directors Committee
The Directors' Committee is comprised of the eight executive directors of each of the MPOs / RTPAs in the San Joaquin Valley. This includes the San Joaquin Council of Governments, Stanislaus Council of Governments, Council of Fresno County Governments, Kern Council of Governments, Kings County Association of Governments, Madera County Transportation Commission, Merced County Association of Governments, and Tulare County Association of Governments.

The committee provides a forum for the executive directors of the eight valley MPOs / RTPAs to discuss and collaborate on issues of regional importance, and that impact the entire region such as transportation, air quality, and advocacy efforts. The directors' committee works on the staff level at building consensus between the eight MPOs on items that, when implemented by individual Regional Planning Agencies, results in a single vision for the entire San Joaquin Valley.

Meetings
Directors' committee meetings are held regularly in alternating locations in the valley. These meetings are open to the public and there is an opportunity on every agenda for the public to offer comments.

Meeting agendas can be found in our agenda center. Prior year's agendas can be viewed in our archive center. Interested parties may subscribe to email notifications to receive updates regarding posted agendas or meeting cancellations. 


San Joaquin Valley Regional Policy Council
The Regional Policy Council is a sixteen member board that consists of two elected officials from each of the eight Regional Transportation Planning Agencies in the San Joaquin Valley.  This includes the San Joaquin Council of Governments, Stanislaus Council of Governments, Council of Fresno County Governments, Kern Council of Governments, Kings County Association of Governments, Madera County Transportation Commission, Merced County Association of Governments, and Tulare County Association of Governments.

The Policy Council was established in 2006 to provide a forum for the Valley to communicate, discuss and collaborate on issues that impact the entire region such as transportation, air quality, and advocacy efforts.  The Policy Council works regionally to build consensus on items that, when implemented by individual Regional Planning Agencies, results in a single vision for the entire San Joaquin Valley.

Meetings
Policy Council meetings are held regularly in alternating locations in the Valley.  These meetings are open to the public and there is an opportunity on every agenda for the public to offer comments. 

Meeting agendas can be found in our agenda center. Prior year's agendas can be viewed in our archive center. Interested parties may subscribe to email notifications to receive updates regarding posted agendas or meeting cancellations.