The California Department of Public Health lifts the Regional Stay at Home Order statewide.Read More → Covid-19 Legislation / Regulation
As we begin a year that promises to get worse before it gets better, and it will get better, here is a quick snapshot of where some key matters stand.Read More → Covid-19 Legislation / Regulation
As all are now aware, Congress has passed a $900 billion relief bill.Read More → Covid-19 Legislation / Regulation Water / Environment
**Spoiler Alert** The News Continues to be Good for Golf!Read More → Covid-19 Legislation / Regulation Municipal Golf
GREAT NEWS ON A LATE FRIDAY AFTERNOON!Read More → Covid-19 Municipal Golf
California is on the verge of what some are calling a “shutdown.”Read More → Covid-19 Municipal Golf
LA COUNTY ADOPTS “SAFER AT HOME” ORDER EFFECTIVE TOMORROWRead More → Covid-19 Municipal Golf
Los Angeles County COVID-19 Update.Read More → Covid-19
After six sets of amendments, a lot of shouting, street demonstrations, threats of $90 million voter initiatives, and expressions of serious doubts from dozens of legislators who voted in the affirmative, AB 5 was passed by both houses of the legislature and signed by the Governor last week. It becomes the law of the State of California January 1, 2020.Read More → Legislation / Regulation
The SCGA is committed to ensuring that golf remains a safe and viable activity during the pandemic.
The SCGA advocates for the game at those junctures where the game and public policy intersect by engaging elected officials, regulatory agencies, special districts, and commissions and committees of all types.
Municipal golf’s continued success is key to the game’s continued success, and SCGA Governmental Affairs is laser focused on promoting policies conducive of that success.
SCGA is committed to reducing the water footprint of the game in a manner consistent with sound agronomic practice and conducive of long-term sustainability.