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Joint Power Agreements

Joint Powers Agencies / Authorities Service Reviews

Government Code Section §56301 establishes that “one of the objects of the commission is to make studies and to obtain and furnish information which will contribute to the logical and reasonable development of local agencies in each county and to shape the development of local agencies so as to advantageously provide for the present and future needs of each county and its communities.”

While municipal service reviews (MSRs) are not legally required of Joint Powers Agencies/Authorities (JPAs), LAFCo has been requested by the cities and County (i.e. JPA member agencies) to provide MSR-like service reviews of selected types of JPAs in the county. LAFCo has the authority to furnish informational studies and analyzing independent data to make informed recommendations regarding the efficient, cost-effective, and reliable delivery of services to residents, landowners, and businesses via these JPAs.


Altamont Regional Traffic Authority JPA.pdfThe Northern California Power Agency - JPA.pdfPower and Water Resources Pooling Authority - JPA.pdfSJAFCA_JPA_Amendment_Janua[1].pdfLOS VAQUEROS RESERVOIR JPA.pdf2010 JPA-Amended COG.pdfCAL TRANS INTERAGENCY TRANSFER AGREEMENT BETWEEN STATE OF CALIFORNIA AND SAN JOAQUIN JOINT POWERS AUTHORITY.pdfEastern San Joaquin Groundwater Authroity JPA.urlSJAFCA JPA 1995.urlSJAFCA JPA Amendment Document - November 2017.urlTracy Sub Basin Groundwater Sustainability Agency.urlEXECUTED JPA Agreement - South San Joaquin County Fire Authority.pdf