About Riverside County Habitat Conservation Agency

Established in 1991, WRCOG is a Joint Powers Authority and serves one of the fastest growing areas in the State of California and the United States. Today, its 18 member cities and the unincorporated County of Riverside are home to 2 million people, and some 800,000 will join us by the year 2035. In addition to the 19 member jurisdictions, the Eastern Municipal Water District, Western Municipal Water District, and the Riverside County Superintendent of Schools are members of the Agency.

Recognizing that many issues related to growth are not constrained by city or county boundaries, WRCOG focuses on regional matters important to our future. By working together through its committee structure and utilizing existing resources, WRCOG is cost-effective by reducing duplication of effort and sharing information, enabling strong advocacy, and strengthening Western Riverside County’s standing in southern California and the state. WRCOG’s program areas are varied and diverse, and include transportation, air quality, solid waste, housing, environment, energy, economy, growth, and sustainability.

For more information on WRCOG please visit the Agency website at www.wrcog.us.