The Cortese-Knox-Hertzberg Local Government Reorganization Act of 2000 annual Guide update for 2021 is now available. You can download an electronic copy or pre-order your hard copy from CALAFCO. To pre-order your hard copy, download the order form, fill out and send it along with your payment to CALAFCO.
In partnership with the Strategic Growth Council and the Governor's Office of Planning and Research, CALAFCO released a White Paper on Creating Sustainable Communities and Landscapes. This paper is intended to provided practices and tools to all local agencies for successful collaboration on climate-smart growth. Download your copy now.
The Public Policy Institute of California released the 2019 California's Future report on January 10. The report is a series of briefings on California's most pressing long-term policy challenges and includes topics such as climate change, land use, water, education, economy, healthcare, housing and the political landscape. Download the full report.
The Little Hoover Commission, after a year of study, released their Final Report on August 30, 2017, on Special Districts. The report, titled: "Special Districts: Improving Oversight & Transparency", is a culmination of a year-long study by the Commission that included two public hearings and two roundtable discussion forums. The report focuses on district oversight and transparency and has a special emphasis on healthcare districts as well as climate change. CALAFCO issued a press release on the report.
The nomination period for the 2023 CALAFCO Achievement Awards is now Open!
CALAFCO Achievement Awards acknowledge and provide recognition of those who consistently go above and beyond in their work to advance the principles of LAFCo.
Achievement Award recipients will be honored at the annual Awards Banquet Dinner on October 19, 2023, during the CALAFCO Annual Conference to be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Monterey, California.
Congratulations to all of the newly elected and re-elected Board members for 2022-23! We thank all the candidates for their interest in and support of CALAFCO.
Central Region County Member is Rodrigo Espinosa (Merced) and District Member is Gay Jones (Sacramento)
Coastal Region County Member is Chris Lopez (Monterey) and District Member is Mike McGill (Contra Costa)
Northern Region City Member is Tom Cooley (Plumas) and Public Member is Josh Susman (Nevada)
Southern Region City Member is Acquanetta Warren (San Bernardino) and Public Member is Derek McGregor (Orange)