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November 4, 2021, Joint Coordination Meeting of the California Air Resources Board, the California Transportation Commission, and the California Department of Housing and Community Development

CONTACT

Clerk of the Board
Email [email protected]
Phone (916) 322-5594

In accordance with recently enacted legislation, Assembly Bill 361 (Chapter 165, Stats. of 2021), the November 4, 2021, Joint Meeting will not have a physical location open to the public. It will be a remote-only meeting conducted via a web-based videoconferencing service called Zoom. Members of the public who wish to comment verbally can register for the webinar.

Register for the Webinar - for those who wish to comment verbally at the hearing.

Alternatively, during the Joint Meeting, members of the public can offer verbal comments by calling in via telephone. Members of the public do not have to register beforehand if they call in using the number below.

Phone Number: (669) 900-6833

Webinar ID: 
898 2622 5593

To only watch the Joint Meeting and not provide verbal comments, please view the webcast. The webcast is the same video stream offered by the California Air Resources Board (CARB or Board) during regular Board Meetings. If you do not wish to provide verbal comments, we strongly recommend watching the webcast as this will free up space on the webinar for those who are providing verbal comments.


Webcast – for those who only plan to observe the hearing.

How to Participate in the Remote Joint Meeting


 

Thursday, November 4, 2021 @ 9:00 a.m.

 California Government Code section 14516 directs CARB, the California Transportation Commission (CTC or Commission), and the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) to meet at least twice a year to coordinate implementation of policies that jointly affect transportation, housing, and air quality. This meeting will focus on interagency coordination to ensure equity in actions related to housing, climate, and reducing vehicle miles travelled (VMT).
  Opening Remarks

Leadership from CARB, CTC, HCD, and the California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) will provide opening remarks to start the Joint Meeting.
 CARB, CTC, and HCD Discussion

Throughout the Joint Meeting, CARB Board Members, CTC Commissioners, and HCD leadership will have opportunities to discuss the key items from the presentations and public comment.
 

Discussion Items:

Note: The following agenda items may be heard in a different order at the Joint Meeting.


  Item 1: Interagency Coordination on Housing, VMT Reduction, and Equity
  Presentation: CARB, CTC, and HCD equity leaders

CARB, CTC, and HCD will hear a joint presentation by CARB, CTC, and HCD equity leadership, to introduce the day’s agenda around equity and discuss opportunities to further incorporate equity in their respective work related to housing, transportation, and climate.
 
  Presentation: Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability

CARB, CTC, and HCD will hear a presentation from the Fresno-based Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability (LCJA) on how state agencies can learn from recent community-based initiatives in the Central Valley to: 1) Deepen community engagement in state plans and investment programs, 2) Ensure that state transportation investments prioritize the needs of existing and under-served communities, 3) Protect existing housing and communities from potential adverse impacts when implementing state transportation programs, and 4) Promote anti-displacement strategies in state investment programs.
 
  Public Comment:

There will be a Comment Period to allow interested members of the public to address CARB, CTC, and HCD.

  Presentation: Coordinating Housing, VMT Reduction, and Equity Goals and Actions

CARB, CTC, and HCD will hear a joint presentation by CARB, CTC, and HCD staff on the interdependent relationships between State housing, VMT reduction, and equity goals and actions to advance coordinated progress.
 
  Presentations: City Heights Community Development Corporation and the Thrivance Group

CARB, CTC, and HCD will hear a presentation from the San Diego-based City Heights Community Development Corporation (CDC) on their successes and challenges in implementing comprehensive, community-led investments in affordable housing and low-carbon transportation, and offer recommendations to State agencies on how to support the work of community-based organizations like theirs.

CARB, CTC, and HCD will hear also hear a presentation from the Thrivance Group on their work with California communities to ensure that housing and transportation investments are grounded in community-based planning and result in benefits to existing, under-served communities, and recommendations to state agencies for advancing community-centered planning and investment.
 
  Public Comment:

There will be a Comment Period to allow interested members of the public to address CARB, CTC, and HCD.
  Item 2: California Transportation Assessment (Assembly Bill 285 Research) on Transportation Planning, Funding, and Sustainable Communities Strategies
  Presentation: Strategic Growth Council and University of California Research Team

CARB, CTC, and HCD will hear a joint presentation from the California Strategic Growth Council and the University of California research team that will provide an update on the California Transportation Assessment , a report to the Legislature required by Assembly Bill 285 (Friedman, Chapter 605, Stats. of 2019). The report will include an assessment of California’s transportation plans, funding programs, and sustainable communities strategies, along with recommendations for improvement and coordination in order to better meet shared long-term social, economic and environmental goals.
 
  Public Comment:

There will be a Comment Period to allow interested members of the public to address CARB, CTC, and HCD.
  Joint Agency Accomplishments/Updates, Meeting Wrap-Up, and Closing Remarks

CARB will briefly share information on joint updates from all three agencies, followed by the meeting wrap-up and closing remarks by all three agencies.
 
  
 Other Information
 Submit Comments Electronically the Day of Board Meeting
 View Submitted Comments
 

Please Note: PowerPoint presentations to be displayed during public comment at the Joint Meeting must be electronically submitted via email to the Clerks’ Office at [email protected] no later than noon on the business day prior to the scheduled Joint Meeting.

If you have any Questions, Please Contact the Clerks’ Office:

1001 I Street, 23rd Floor, Sacramento, California 95814

[email protected] or (916) 322-5594
CARB Homepage: www.arb.ca.gov

 Special Accommodation Request
 Consistent with California Government Code Section 7296.2, special accommodation or language needs may be provided for any of the following:
  • An interpreter to be available at the hearing;
  • Documents made available in an alternate format or another language;
  • A disability-related reasonable accommodation.
To request these special accommodations or language needs, please contact the Clerks’ Office at [email protected] or at (916) 322-5594 as soon as possible, but no later than 7 business days before the scheduled Board hearing. TTY/TDD/Speech to Speech users may dial 711 for the California Relay Service.
 Acomodación Especial
 Consecuente con la sección 7296.2 del Código de Gobierno de California, una acomodación especial o necesidades lingüísticas pueden ser suministradas para cualquiera de los siguientes:
  • Un intérprete que esté disponible en la audiencia
  • Documentos disponibles en un formato alterno u otro idioma
  • Una acomodación razonable relacionados con una incapacidad
Para solicitar estas comodidades especiales o necesidades de otro idioma, por favor contacte la oficina del Consejo al (916) 322-5594 o por correo electronico al [email protected] lo más pronto posible, pero no menos de 7 días de trabajo antes del día programado para la audiencia del Consejo. TTY/TDD/Personas que necesiten este servicio pueden marcar el 711 para el Servicio de Retransmisión de Mensajes de California.