City Corps participants gain valuable career skills.
Optimize your time at the conference.
Cities and school districts collaborate on work-based learning
City and school officials partner to support young residents.
Attend the League’s 2017 annual conference and advocate for your
city during the final days of the legislative session.
Adapting and responding to cyber threats and protecting critical
infrastructure are essential for cities.
Automating office workflows frees additional staff time for more
State and federal laws expressly protect a person’s transgender
Carolyn Coleman is the League’s first female executive director
and its fourth executive director since 1934. She brings over 25
years of experience in public service and advocacy to her new…
The city and its partners created a model that helps communities
use limited resources to solve multiple problems.
Public employers often face situations in which the religious
beliefs of their employees become a major legal issue. This
article explains applicable law and addresses some common
Learn about new ways to better serve your city and residents.
The caucuses offer a way to learn about pressing issues for each
Elected officials weigh in on what’s most valuable at the
League’s Annual Conference & Expo.
At the League’s largest conference of the year, network with
2,000 elected officials and staff, and choose from more than 60
sessions designed to educate and inform.
Two lifelong friends who lead neighboring cities find working
together doubles their impact.
The new tool gives cities much-needed flexibility.
First and foremost, the relationship between the city council and
the city manager is a partnership that serves the community.
Mayors and council members describe the most helpful aspect of