The newly adopted Public Participation Plan has been posted to SCOG’s website. The new plan supersedes the older Public Participation Plan that SCOG had been using for the last 10+ years. Included in the plan are the procedures SCOG uses to engage the public, tools to utilize for public participation and measures to evaluate how SCOG is doing in its public participation activities.
The plan was the result of an extensive planning process that began in 2014. Many people were involved in its development, including members of the public, private non-profit organizations and the member jurisdictions of SCOG.
Please contact Mark Hamilton at (360) 416-7876 or email@example.com if you would like more information about the plan.