Airport Land Use Commission (ALUC)
SJCOG is the state designated Airport Land Use Commission (ALUC) for San Joaquin County and is responsible for development of areas surrounding the county's six public airports.
Learn about SJCOG's planning efforts to support mobility for residents throughout San Joaquin County who get around by walking, biking, carpooling, and/or taking public transportation.
Congestion Management Agency
Freeway Service Patrol
Discover the no-cost emergency roadside service for San Joaquin County motorists.
Funding & Programming
Find out how SJCOG funds and invests in transportation projects that balance the need to maintain the region's existing transportation network with select expansion projects to support expected jobs and housing growth.
The key purpose of the San Joaquin County Multi-Species Habitat Conservation and Open Space plan (SJMSCP) is to provide a strategy for balancing the need to conserve open space through the acquisition of conservation easements; preserving landowner property rights; and providing for long-term management of plant, wildlife, and fish species throughout the region.
Legislation & Advocacy
Find out about the priorities SJCOG and its partners are advocating for on behalf of the region in the state capitol and Washington, D.C.
Learn about the regional planning initiatives led by SJCOG.
Overall Work Program
Review the annual work programs and financial reports.