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Fresno COG’s Community Outreach Mini-Grant Program – Application released

Deadline extension! Completed applications now due by April 15, 2020 at 12:00 noon.

The Fresno Council of Governments (Fresno COG) is seeking assistance from community organizations, schools, agencies and businesses to solicit ongoing public input into key activities associated with the preparation of the 2022 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and the Sustainable Communities Strategy Scenarios within it. In order to ensure diverse and extensive input on the 2022 RTP from people and populations throughout the region, Fresno COG is requesting help to expand community outreach that garners significant public input.


Fresno COG will provide mini-grants ranging from $1,500 – $2,500 each to organizations with existing community contacts. Successful applicants will reach out to residents of the Fresno County region, include them in the RTP and SCS transportation planning process via workshop and online participation, and obtain defined input regarding their perceived community transportation needs. This program is designed to ensure that interested members of the public have ample opportunity to understand and provide meaningful input on these plans during the planning process. Completed applications are due to Fresno COG by April 15, 2020 at 12:00 noon. This reflects a 20-day extension.


Community Mini-Grant Program Application Packet



Employment Opportunities

Assistant Planner – Outreach Coordinator 

The Outreach Coordinator is a permanent full-time employee of Fresno Council of Governments, (Fresno COG) who works under the supervision of Fresno COG’s Administrative Services Director.  The Assistant Planner-Outreach Coordinator is tasked with planning and implementing public outreach strategies to generate increased knowledge of, and participation in, Measure C’s Carpool Incentive, Vanpool Subsidy and Senior Scrip Programs, as well as planning responsibilities Fresno COG undertakes in its role as a metropolitan planning organization and regional transportation planning agency. This staff member provides committee support and website management, offers presentations on various programs, and provides program support to Fresno COG planning staff as well as Measure C team members. The Outreach Coordinator will enjoy a friendly staff, hearty benefit program, team collaboration and professional growth with opportunity for advancement.


View the full job description for Assistant Planner – Outreach Coordinator


Interested? Submit your resume and letter of interest by Friday, February 28, 2020 to:

Brenda Veenendaal, Administrative Services Manager, Fresno COG


or mail to: 2035 Tulare Street, Suite 201, Fresno, CA 93721


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Send your resume and cover letter to:

Moses Stites, General Manager
2035 Tulare Street, Suite 201
Fresno, California 93721
Phone (559) 233-6789, Fax (559) 233-9645
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Fresno COG offices will be closed on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 in observance of Caesar Chavez Day.

Fresno COG Office Operations: Consistent with protocols being followed by state and local public agencies, in light of the COVID -19 crisis, beginning today March 19, 2020, the majority of Fresno COG staff will be telecommuting from home.

Regional Transportation Mitigation Fee (RTMF) Collection: Fresno COG will continue to collect RTMF mitigation fees, however RTMF payments will only be collected on Monday and Tuesday until March 31st or until the COVID-19 situation is mitigated to a level deemed safe by public health officials.

Senior Taxi Scrip Program: Seniors who live in Fresno County will still be able to purchase senior taxi scrip via mail.