Monday October 24, 2011
Metro Service Councils review and take action on staff recommendations for service modifications, receive public input on Metro service, conduct public hearings, evaluate Metro bus programs, and make policy recommendations to the Metro Board about service in the area they represent. The South Bay Service Council was formed in 2002, and is comprised of nine members that are appointed by the South Bay Council of Governments and approved by Metro's Board of Directors.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend local Service Council meetings to provide input on Metro service in their area. The Metro South Bay Service Council is one of five Metro Service Councils representing different regions of Los Angeles County. The other four Service Councils represent the regions of: San Gabriel Valley, San Fernando Valley, Westside/Central, and Gateway Cities (Southeast Los Angeles County). For more information about Metro Service Councils, visit Metro's web page at: http://stage.metro.net/about/local-service-councils/