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Next Ten Challenge

CCRL & The Regional Civic Movement
The Regional Civic MovementThe California Regional Network
Working to improve the state's economy and quality of life.

The Civic Entrepreneur Summit
On September 19-20 CCRL convened more than 200 civic entrepreneurs from across the state in Long Beach to come together to network, share success stories, and shape the State's 2006 policy and leadership agenda.

Indicators: The California Progress Project
Regional Quality of Life Indicators are valuable tools to track community trends.

CCRL & State Policy

State Policy Economic Vitality and Strategy
CCRL is working with several state agencies and initiatives to help them to craft an appropriate role that builds on "state-of-the-art" economic development practices, and create new partnerships based on the idea that economic performance is a shared responsibility.

Better Planning for Growth in California
CCRL engages regional leaders, the Legislature, and state agencies in moving forward a unified set of land-use and infrastructure goals for the state government that are aligned with regional needs.

Next Ten : State Budget Education and Action
The Next Ten project seeks to move the public conversation about the budget beyond the short-term crisis debate, and to a long-term discussion of our desired future.

California Policy Reform Network
The California Policy Reform Network, or CPRN, is a civic partnership advancing state policy reforms by informing and engaging California's civic leaders from all walks of life on fundamental state policy reform issues. Currently, CPRN focuses on three policy areas: state budget priorities and planning (the Next Ten project); growth planning and growth management; and infrastructure planning and financing.

Speaker's Commission on Regionalism
Speaker Emeritus of the California Assembly Bob Hertzberg convened this commission, chaired by CCRL President Nick Bollman, to examine some of California's most serious immediate and long-term issues. The commission's final report, issued in January 2002, presents a policy framework and specific recommendations for more effective solutions at a regional scale and tailored to the unique needs of the state's diverse regions.


CCRL & The Regional Public Sector
The Regional Public SectorRegional Visioning and Planning
Regional growth visioning and integrated planning represent a new generation of planning and growth management, both as a means of engaging citizens to strengthen the institution of democracy and also as a way to achieve better planning and public policy.

Regional Governance
Working with and through Regional Collaborative partners, CCRL promotes a new governance model, "collaborative regional governance." Based on informal networks and focused on targeted problem-solving, this new form of governance engages the public, business, community and civic sectors to advance the 3E goals (economy, environment, social equity).

 

NEW FROM CCRL

Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Collaboration: Report Cover Image  Innovation, Entreprenuership, Collaboration This report summarizes the major themes and action recommendations that emerged from our April 28th Rural Economic Vitality Conversation.

Innovation, Investment, Collaboration: Report Cover Image  Innovation, Investment, Collaboration is a new report from CCRL that lifts up recommendations heard at a dozen Economic Vitality Conversations in 2004.

 Please click here to review all of the materials and reports from the Economic Vitality Conversations CCRL convened

Growth: Report Cover Image  Growth: The California Story highlights the work of local leaders and institutions trying to manage growth that will create more livable and prosperous communities.


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