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A Look at the Sacramento Region’s 2020 Census Results
An overview of the population and demographic shifts in the region

Every 10 years the U.S. Census Bureau is tasked with counting every resident in the country. Cities, counties, and states depend on an accurate and complete count for federal funding allocation to support community services. The count also provides insight into how people move throughout the six-county region. While all the data has yet to be released, some trends are emerging.

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Four Sacramento Area Transportation Projects Prioritized on Northern California “Megaregion Dozen” List
16-county Megaregion Working Group agrees on 12 priority transportation investments

October 21, 2021: At its last meeting of the year, the Northern California Megaregion Working Group approved the “Megaregion Dozen,” a list of 12 transportation projects that connect the San Francisco Bay Area to the Sacramento region. Adoption of the priorities is a huge milestone for the group. Together, the three Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) that form the working group represent 16 counties, 136 cities, and a population of nearly 11 million people.

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Notice of Public Hearing
Request for Comment on Draft Amendment #10 to the 2021-2024 Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program

Public comment period open 9/30/2021-10/07/2021

The Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) will hold a public hearing to review Amendment #10 to the 2021-2024 Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program (MTIP) at the Transportation Committee Meeting at 10 a.m. on October 7, 2021. The MTIP is the short-range transportation program for the SACOG region, which includes the counties of Sacramento, Sutter, Yolo, Yuba, and portions of El Dorado and Placer County. The document is available online at https://www.sacog.org/post/amendments-2.