Local Governments may assist with services such as utility bills, local transportation, public works, parking permits, Neighborhood Watch or CERT programs and more.
School Districts may provide information on school events, registration, board meetings, academic calendars, district wide announcements and achievements of their students and staff.
Colleges can provide information and resources regarding the process of applying to, paying for, and succeeding in college.
Chambers of Commerce are gateways to the local business community and advocates for economic development.
Police Departments can assist with public safety, enforcing the law, and preventing, detecting, and investigating criminal activities.
Fire Departments can provide firefighting services, and emergency medical services.
This joint power authority is made of representatives from the San Gabriel Valley including; 30 cities, Los Angeles County Supervisorial Districts and the 3 Municipal Water Districts. The SGVCOG works on regional issues including but not limited to transportation, homelessness, the environment, water and coyote management.