Community Engagement

Meeting small crowdIt is important to the San Joaquin Council of Governments and its partners that this project improves transportation options and access for Stockton residents who are looking for clean, affordable ways to travel to work, school, doctor's appointments, grocery stores and other key destinations. Throughout this project, Stockton Mobility Collective representatives will be out in the community sharing information, updates, and opportunities to provide feedback. We will host community meetings, demonstrations of the new carsharing and bikesharing features, pop-up events, and more to make sure you are informed along the way.

Events

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Community Coalition Kickoff CelebrationNovember 6, 2021,
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Learn about environmental equity projects, Stockton Rising (TCC) and SJCOG’s Stockton Mobility Collective (SMC) project. Register for the virtual event here.

Project Partners

ILG LogoInstitute for Local Government empowers local government leaders and delivers real-world expertise to help them navigate complex issues, increase their capacity, and build trust in their communities. Founded in 1955, ILG has decades of experience designing public engagement campaigns. ILG will co-lead this project and subcontract with Third City Coalition.
Third City Coaliion LogoThird City Coalition is a community-based organization in Stockton founded in 2016 as a volunteer-driven initiative to bring people together in the heart of the city. Since then, Third City has moved from ideas to action and now manages a portfolio of place-based events and projects to build a network of collaborators to drive positive change throughout the city and create spaces for Stockton’s diverse communities to come together in unity. Third City Coalition will co-lead activities to ensure the project provides value and benefit to the city’s disadvantaged communities.

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    Christine Corrales

    Senior Regional Planner
    Phone: 209-235-0128