California Contract Cities Association Expresses Concern Over Proposal to Depopulate L.A. County Jails
The California Contract Cities Association is expressing concern that Item 22 has the potential to adversely impact public safety in Los Angeles County.
Contract Cities to Host Local Advocacy Day 2023
CCCA will host its annual Los Angeles County Local Advocacy Day on April 6, 2023.
Moving Towards A Collaborative Future with New LA County Sheriff, Robert Luna
The November 2022 General Election brought an onslaught of new leaders. Of these, the most notable for the California Contract Cities Association (CCCA) is the new Los Angeles County Sheriff, Robert Luna.
Contract Cities Celebrates Election Winners
The California Contract Cities Association (CCCA) congratulates its members who were elected or re-elected in the November General Election.
Help Keep Local Control
One-size-fits-all solutions will not work in California. Cities, like Californians, are far too diverse for any one solution to work for all 482 of us.
Contract Cities Announces Plan to Expand Membership
With over 77 member cities already, the plans for expansion are underway with new member cities in Riverside County, Ventura County and San Mateo County.
Contract Cities Announces New Executive Board
The Contract Cities Executive Board is comprised of 24 City electeds and leaders dedicated to bettering the California Contract Cities Association, fighting for local control, and advancing the contracting model.
It takes systemic change to end homelessness. Here’s the Blue Ribbon Commission’s plan.
The Los Angeles County Blue Ribbon Commission on Homelessness unanimously approved seven recommendations to address the homelessness crisis.
California cities to advance policy priorities with legislature Mar. 2-4
CCCA will promote its 2022 Legislative Platform stances at its annual Sacramento Legislative Orientation Tour from March 2-4.
What happened to embracing diversity? Keep housing local
Housing isn’t a one-size-fits-all issue. It’s diverse–more importantly–it’s local.
Frank Zerunyan Fordham Law Article Contracting Model
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Local Control Matters – Reject SB 9
California’s Legislature is advancing its latest attempt to solve the state’s lack of affordable housing with Senate Bill 9 (Atkins), a measure that would fundamentally change neighborhoods across California and strip cities of their local control over zoning.
Study says Riverside County Cities Shouldn’t Form Own Police Force
The report found it would cost those cities less to stay with the sheriff than to form a joint law enforcement agency, an option pondered in recent years by cities that use deputies to protect their residents.
L.A. County DA George Gascón addresses opposition to his reforms amid recall effort
As he faces a recall effort, newly elected Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón joined KTLA Saturday to discuss the criticism he has faced over his criminal justice reforms.
The Evolution of the Municipal Corporation and the Innovations of Local Governance in California to Preserve Home Rule and Local Control
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