SB-379 is a California law that calls on cities and counties to incorporate adaptation and resilience strategies into local hazard mitigation plans and the safety element of general plans. This ARCCA learning session, held on March 29, 2017, discussed the requirements and timeline for SB-379 implementation, as well as replicable strategies and good practices to integrate adaptation into local planning from Four Twenty Seven’s work with six cities in Alameda County. Participants also had the opportunity to learn about additional resources available to support their efforts.
Organized by the Alliance of Regional Collaboratives for Climate Adaptation (ARCCA) in partnership with Four Twenty Seven and the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research.
- Yoon Kim, Director of Advisory Services, Four Twenty Seven
- Michael McCormick, Senior Planner, Governor’s Office of Planning and Research
- Kif Scheuer, Climate Change Program Director, Local Government Commission
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