Fiscal Budget and Overall Work Program (OWP)
Merced County Association of Governments (MCAG) Budget and Work Program
The Merced County Association of Governments (MCAG) was formed through a Joint Powers Agreement (JPA) signed by member jurisdictions on November 28, 1967, renewed for a term of five years commencing on November 28, 1977, November 28, 1982 and on November 28, 1987, renewed for a term of ten years in 1997 and again in 2007. The MCAG Governing Board also serves as the Board of Directors for Merced County Regional Waste Management Agency (MCRWMA) renewed in 2007 and the Transit Joint Powers for Merced County, renewed in 2010.
The 11-member MCAG Governing Board includes a supervisor from each of the five county districts and an elected official from each of the six incorporated cities located within the political boundary of Merced County, California. Member jurisdictions include:
- City of Atwater
- City of Livingston
- City of Los Banos
- City of Dos Palos
- City of Gustine
- City of Merced
- Merced County (unincorporated areas including ten rural population centers)
The Overall Budget and Work Program is a product of a cooperative effort of the MCAG Technical Planning Committee for Regional Transportation Planning (TPC), composed of local governmental technical staff members; the Citizens' Advisory Committee for Regional Transportation Planning (CAC), composed of citizens appointed by the MCAG Governing Board; the MCAG Technical Review Board (TRB), composed of the chief administrative officers of all local governments within Merced County; the MCAG Executive Committee; and the MCAG Board.
- View the MCAG Fiscal Year 2013-2014 DRAFT OWP
- View the MCAG Fiscal Year 2012-2013 OWP
- View the MCAG Fiscal Year 2011-2012 OWP