Proponents of bigger trucks are lobbying for longer, heavier double-trailers, which pose threats to public safety and infrastructure.
Cities should note key deadlines and prepare now.
The app provides immediate access to information about hazardous materials a railcar is carrying.
Social media and other tools are impacting city strategies.
The California Business Incentives Gateway gives local governments a cost-free way to expand outreach to businesses.
Obesity and related diseases threaten the health of cities’ most vulnerable populations, particularly children and youth. In response, California cities are participating in the Healthy Eating…
Although the No Place Like Home program funds will not be available until 2018, the California Department of Housing and Community Development has released the Notice of Funding Availability for…
The ability to communicate is critically important for first responders in emergency situations. The First Responder Network Authority is working to deliver a broadband network for public safety…
The League is focusing on public safety, affordable housing, the homelessness crisis and funding for critical transportation and water infrastructure.
City officials, residents and journalists find this practical guide to be an invaluable resource.
Cities and counties are partnering with the California Statewide Communities Development Authority to offer developers a way to maximize project cash flow.
The consequences of opioid misuse are increasingly deadly.
The new tool gives cities much-needed flexibility.
Because a healthy democracy is built upon a foundation of engaged citizens, inspiring young people to become involved is essential to the future of strong cities.
Repair cafés help cities send a message that just because something is broken, it need not be thrown away.
The League offers many ways to stay current on the latest legislative activity, advocacy efforts and professional development opportunities.
Continuing education is essential in every profession. These two conferences are geared to both experienced and recently elected mayors and council members.
A statewide study will examine replacing the outdated gasoline tax with a road user charge.
If you want a sneak preview of a city council’s future, a planning commission meeting is a good place to start.
Although we have millions of acre-feet of empty space behind dams to capture storm runoff and snowmelt, that space cannot protect Californians against levee breaks, mudslides or overflowing urban…