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Zero Emission Hydrogen Locomotive Factsheet (2022)

Learn more about Sierra Northern Railway’s new hydrogen fuel cell locomotive at the Port of West Sacramento that will demonstrate how hydrogen-fueled switching locomotives improve air quality, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and increase the quality of life for surrounding communities.

Listos California Disaster Ready Guide (2021)

Learn five simple, low or no-cost steps that individuals and families should take to prepare for natural disasters, such as wildfires, earthquakes, and floods in the Listos California Disaster Ready Guide

Housing Stanislaus Data Primer (2021)

Learn more about demographics and the housing landscape in Stanislaus County in the Housing Stanislaus Data Primer through US Census data from 2019 estimates.

Listos California Impact Report (2021)

Learn how Listos California created a people-centered movement to build disaster resilience in the Listos California Impact Report.

Infographic: 2021 Year in Review

At Valley Vision, we bring communities together to tackle the biggest challenges affecting the livability of our region. By creating common ground built on facts, we inspire leaders to think big and collaborate on bold, long-term solutions that improve people’s lives.

This infographic can be read in under 90 seconds, and highlights some of Valley Vision’s key accomplishments and wins in 2021 as we advance prosperity, equity, and environmental stewardship across the Sacramento region and beyond.

Housing Stanislaus Fact Sheet (2021)

Housing Stanislaus is a collective effort to build a shared vision for housing in Stanislaus County. Through this
effort, Valley Vision is working with stakeholders of all backgrounds and interests to establish a common
understanding of the needs, challenges, and opportunities associated with housing in Stanislaus County.

This fact sheet details the desired outcomes and process in developing a unified and actionable countywide vision and strategy framework that takes into account priorities, policies, and investments to accelerate affordable and
market-rate housing in Stanislaus County.

Federal Clean Air Advocacy Materials (April 2021)

The Cleaner Air Partnership (CAP) is a unique collaboration between Breathe California Sacramento Region, the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, and Valley Vision, working to ensure that the region meets clean air standards that protect health, promote economic growth, and support equity.

In late April and early May 2021, CAP invited its members and stakeholders to elevate regional air quality priorities across 14 distinct “Cap-to-Cap”-style virtual advocacy meetings with Congressional representatives, Committee and Agency staff, and others to share regional priorities around three key topics: (1.) wildfire/forest health, (2.) mobility/electrification, and (3.) emissions from heavy-duty trucks. Participants in the meetings included air quality regulators, elected officials, environmental justice advocates, industry representatives, and others. The Policy Papers developed for each issue area were workshopped at a March 2021 CAP Luncheon, and can be accessed below:

Advocacy meetings were held with the following offices:

  • Senator Alex Padilla
  • Congressman John Garamendi
  • Congressman Tom McClintock
  • Congressman Ami Bera
  • Congressman Doug LaMalfa
  • Minority/Majority Senate Committee on Ag. Nutrition & Forestry, Subcommittee on Conservation, Forestry and Natural Resources
  • Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works (Majority)
  • Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works (Minority)
  • House Select Committee on Climate Crisis
  • House Natural Resources – Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands (Majority)
  • House Natural Resources – Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands (Minority)
  • USDA Forest Service, Office of Legislative Affairs
  • US Environmental Protection Agency
  • Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)

The Cleaner Air Partnership plans to continue its clean air advocacy activities as part of the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce’s annual Cap-to-Cap Federal advocacy program.

Cleaner Air Partnership Fact Sheet (2021)

The Cleaner Air Partnership (CAP) is a unique collaboration between Breathe California Sacramento Region, the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, and Valley Vision, working to ensure that the region meets clean air standards that protect health, promote economic growth, and support equity. This fact sheet details the Cleaner Air Partnership’s education, advocacy and regional coordination activities and accomplishments.

Infographic: 2020 Year in Review

At Valley Vision, we bring communities together to tackle the biggest challenges affecting the livability of our region. By creating common ground built on facts, we inspire leaders to think big and collaborate on bold, long-term solutions that improve people’s lives.

This infographic can be read in under 90 seconds, and highlights some of Valley Vision’s key accomplishments and wins in 2020 as we advance prosperity, equity, and environmental stewardship across the Sacramento region and beyond.

Tips for Public Health Emergencies (2020)

The Listos California Emergency Preparedness Campaign team developed this Tip Sheet to provide guidance to Californians on staying safe and healthy in light of the COVID-19 shelter-in-place order. Learn more on the Listos California website.

Infographic: 2019 Year in Review

At Valley Vision, we bring communities together to tackle the biggest challenges affecting the livability of our region. By creating common ground built on facts, we inspire leaders to think big and collaborate on bold, long-term solutions that improve people’s lives.

This infographic can be read in under 90 seconds, and highlights some of Valley Vision’s key accomplishments and wins in 2019 as we advance prosperity, equity, and environmental stewardship across the Sacramento region and beyond.

AgTech Pilot Fact Sheet (2019)

This information sheet explains the key details of the Yolo County AgTech Pilot Project, which is managed by Valley Vision and generously supported by the California Emerging Technology Fund.