Valley Vision Stanislaus Steering Committee

Meetings

  • 10 am
  • 1st Monday of the month
  • StanCOG Board Room
    1111 I Street
    3rd floor
    Modesto, CA 95354

Agendas & Minutes

View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes

Members

  • Richard O'Brien
    StanCOG Policy Board
  • Donna Kenney - Vice Chair
    City of Riverbank
  • Jeff Gravel
    City of Oakdale
  • Joel Andrews
    City of Patterson
  • John Beckman
    Building Industry
  • John Dinan
    Citizens Advisory Committee
  • Angela Freitas
    Stanislaus County
  • Edgar Garibay
    Environmental Justice



  • Justin Hendrix
    City of Newman
  • Christopher Hoem
    City of Ceres
  • Sara Lytle-Pinhey
    Local Agency Formation Commission
  • Merry Mayhew
    City of Hughson
  • Jessica Hill
    City of Modesto
  • David Niskanen
    City of Waterford
  • Katie Quintero
    City of Turlock

Overview

The Valley Vision Stanislaus Steering Committee is one of the StanCOG Standing Committees. This committee was formed in 2011, to collaboratively address the requirements of Senate Bill 375 (SB 375), which calls on StanCOG to prepare integrated land use and transportation document, a Sustainable Communities Strategy (SCS), as part of all future Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) updates. The Valley Vision Stanislaus plan sets a development pattern for the region, which when combined with transportation policies, will reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from vehicles.

Members include a representative from each of the local member agencies, a representative from the Policy Board, the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO), and other representatives. Valley Vision Stanislaus meetings are open to the public and there is an opportunity on every agenda for the public to offer comments. Meetings are typically held in the StanCOG Board Room, 1111 I Street, 3rd floor, in downtown Modesto, however, in accordance with Assembly Bill (AB) 361, StanCOG meetings are being held electronically until further notice. Information on how to participate is included on the front page of meeting agendas.