Investing in early childhood helps create safe and healthy
communities. Learn how one city customized its Health and
Wellness Element to meet its residents’ unique needs.
Though California cities cannot predict or prevent the next
disaster, they can take steps to maximize preparedness and build
Our young residents play a critically important part in the
future of our cities — they are tomorrow’s leaders, workers and
innovators. Cities statewide are engaging youth in numerous ways.
Rising rates of juvenile arrests spurred this effort.
Start planning your time at the conference with this overview of
the schedule of events.
The recently revised Picture Yourself in Local Government
curriculum is now available at no charge for local agencies to
use with students of all ages.
This program shows the value of youth as a community and policy
When a reporter called asking about an abnormal level of a
carcinogenic toxin in the air, city leaders were surprised to
learn of it.
A new law requires a statewide system of drop-off kiosks for
unwanted medications and a fully funded mail-back system for
sharps. It also includes education, oversight and data tracking
mechanisms to ensure successful implementation.
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