For the first time in nearly 15 years, the region’s city council members, county supervisors and executive staff will gather to learn together and plan for a more prosperous and inclusive region.
On April 30, the region’s elected officials are convening at the Regional Futures Forum to explore how our region compares on the drivers of an inclusive economy–growth, prosperity and inclusion in an assessment report from the Brookings Institution.
The report is being released in partnership with Greater Sacramento Economic Council, Sacramento Metro Chamber, Region Business, and Valley Vision. The report will also be released to the public on the same day.
Findings from the assessment will be presented by Amy Liu, vice president and director of the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brooking Institution. Ms. Liu is a recognized international expert on the drivers of successful regional economies within the context of city, county, rural, urban, and suburban attributes.
The day will also include engaging breakout exercises for regional leaders to dive deep into challenging issues faced by all jurisdictions.
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