Join SACOG at Valley Vision’s Livability Summit
Listen, learn, and discuss the Sacramento region's most pressing issues on October 4, 2022


September 19, 2022: The Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) is looking forward to connecting with leaders and community members from around the region at Valley Vision’s first-ever Livability Summit on October 4, 2022. The day-long event will unveil key findings from Valley Vision’s Livability Poll that took place earlier this year, and provide an opportunity to dive deep into the issues that matter most to people in the region—including housing, homelessness, and economic equity.  

As the presenting sponsor, SACOG has developed a panel discussion on planning for future housing in the 2024 Blueprint, and investments through programs like Green Means Go. SACOG’s deputy executive director of planning and programs, Kacey Lizon, will be presenting more about housing statistics for the region, and facilitating a discussion with City of Sacramento councilmember and SACOG’s board chair, Rick Jennings; Bonnie Gore, Placer County supervisor and SACOG board member; and Roshaun Davis, co-founder, Unseen Heroes, a nonprofit community development corporation.

“I am looking forward to being part of the Livability Summit’s thought-provoking discussions and to connect with leaders and community members alike in service of the Sacramento region,” said Lizon. “Listening and learning from one another helps to create a shared vision for how we come together and create a vibrant and thriving community.”

Event details:

Valley Vision Livability Summit
October 4, 2022 | 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Sacramento State University Ballroom  
6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95819

Register here:
Valley Vision is offering a courtesy ticket program for those who wish to attend but may not have the means to purchase a ticket.

We look forward to seeing and engaging with you on October 4.

The Livability Summit 2022 from Valley Vision on Vimeo.

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