Stanislaus County Workforce Development Publication of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Regional Plan Biennial Modification


The Stanislaus County Workforce Development hereby provides notice of publication of the San Joaquin Valley and Associated Counties (SJVAC) Regional Planning Unit (RPU) Regional Plan Two-Year Modification which provides guidance for implementation of the Federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) in the San Joaquin Valley Region. This plan has been developed in response to guidance from the California Employment Development Department. The Regional Plan provides strategic direction for WIOA services, the Stanislaus County Workforce Development Board and America’s Job Center of California activities.        

The draft Regional Plan Two-Year Modification will be submitted to the California Employment Development Department for review on March 31, 2023. Public Comments regarding the draft plan will be accepted through March 8, 2023. Any comments regarding the plan may be sent via email to or mailed to Stanislaus County Workforce Development, ATTN: Regional Organizer, P.O. Box 3389 Modesto, CA 95353-3389. All comments will receive a response and copies of comments and related responses will be forwarded to the California Employment Development as a part of the review process.    

The Regional Plan is available on the Stanislaus County Workforce Development website on the home page. Copies are also available at any America’s Job Center of California in the San Joaquin Valley Region or 251 E. Hackett Road C-2, Modesto, CA 95358. To locate an America’s Job Centers in your area go to


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