Working at SACOG
SACOG plays a unique role as the place where local governments in the Sacramento region can come together to take on critical issues facing the region and tackle programs that are too big for any one jurisdiction to solve on its own. The agency represents members which consist of six counties (El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, Sutter, Yolo, and Yuba), and the 22 cities within.
A staff of 60 work together to advance solutions to some of the region’s shared challenges of transportation, housing, air quality, climate change and the protection of the region’s agricultural and natural resources. Read more about SACOG.
Culture and Work Environment
SACOG is a dynamic work environment that takes place both in-person and virtually with hybrid work options. Our flat organizational team structure allows staff to be nimble and responsive. As an employee of SACOG, you will have opportunities to work on many different projects that are shaping the future of the Sacramento region. SACOG’s Board of Directors guides the work the agency does, and investments made in the region.
We recognize it’s a big job, but our shared vision, mission and values help guide the way we approach our work.
A vibrant and thriving Sacramento Region for all.
SACOG convenes and connects the region to advance an equitable, sustainable, and prosperous future.
Career Growth at SACOG
There are numerous learning and growth opportunities both inside and outside the agency. Staff are encouraged to attend training courses and continue their education with the agency’s Career Development and Professional Dues Programs. If desired, staff are given opportunities to explore and evolve their role at the agency as new skills and expertise are developed. Explore more benefits.