|2022-2025 RCRC Strategic Plan||The 2022-2025 RCRC Strategic Plan is a guiding document for the organization from which the RCRC Board of Directors set policies and priorities to advance the interests of rural counties.|
|RCRC Advocacy Letters||
Access to current correspondence. Advocacy letters may also be accessed using RCRC's legislative and regulatory tracking tool.
|RCRC 2021 Legislative Digest||RCRC's Government Affairs staff advocated on behalf of member counties on hundreds of bills in 2021. The RCRC 2021 Legislative Digest provides an overview of significant bills representing these efforts.|
|2021 Rural Recap||
The Rural Recap is a report from the RCRC Government Affairs team, prepared for the RCRC Board of Directors, to highlight many of the significant advocacy efforts RCRC staff engaged in on behalf of its members and the members of California's rural communities.
|RCRC's Rural Rundown of the Governor's 2022-23 Proposed Budget||
RCRC's summary of the Governor's 2022-23 January Proposed Budget and its impacts upon rural counties.
|RCRC's summary of the Governor's 2022-23 May Revision and its impacts upon rural counties.|
|RCRC's Rural Rundown of the Governor's 2022-23 State Budget Package||RCRC's summary of the initial 2022-2023 State Budget Package and its impacts upon rural counties.|
|RCRC's Rural Rundown of the final 2022-23 State Budget Package||RCRC's summary of the final 2022-2023 State Budget Package and its impacts upon rural counties.|
|2022-23 Policy Principles||Each year, the RCRC Board of Directors adopts a set of Policy Principles that guide legislative and regulatory advocacy efforts for the organization. Additionally, RCRC takes a formal position on many individual pieces of legislation and regulatory proposals every year, based upon these Principles.|
|Member County Facts||RCRC advocates on behalf of 39 member counties, representing more than half of the state’s total number of counties (58).|
|Member County Map||
RCRC membership represents more than half (60% percent) of California’s 155,779.21 square miles, and nearly 1 in 7 Californians reside within our member counties.