SJCOG is governed by a Board of Directors which is responsible for all policy decisions under the authority of SJCOG, as the designated Council of Governments, Regional Transportation Planning Authority, the Metropolitan Planning Organization, Airport Land Use Commission, and SJCOG, Inc. Board meetings are scheduled every 4th Thursday of the month at 4:00 p.m.
The Citizens Advisory Committee(CAC) provides community input on project priorities and other matters pertaining to the Measure K program.
The Executive Committee is made up of five SJCOG Board members and generally reviews selected agenda items and submits a recommendation to the COG Board.
The Habitat Technical Advisory Committee is responsible for verifying that the SJMSCP is being implemented correctly and for solving any issues that arise during implementation.
The San Joaquin Valley Regional Planning Agencies Directors Committee provides a forum for the executive directors of the eight valley MPOs / RTPAs to discuss and collaborate on issues of regional importance, and that impact the entire region such as transportation, air quality, and advocacy efforts.
The Regional Policy Council, established in 2006, provides a forum for elected officials in the Valley to communicate, discuss and collaborate on issues that impact the entire region such as transportation, air quality, and advocacy efforts.
The Interagency Transit Committee was created to improve communication and coordination among the transit agencies within the San Joaquin County.
The Management and Finance Advisory Committee guides administrative and financial decisions of SJCOG as the Local Transportation Authority and is composed of city managers and the county administrator.
The Project Delivery Committee is a subcommittee of the Board of Directors and guides policies transportation programming recommendations, and monitors project delivery
The RTP/SCS working group meets monthly to discuss a county wide strategies to meet community goals for coordinated transportation and land use.
The Social Services Transportation Advisory Committee (SSTAC) advises the Board on transit related issues for traditionally under-represented and underserved populations such as the elderly, disabled, low-income, and minority community groups.
The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) is a workding group that advises the Board on regional transportation planning and programming matters.