The nation’s largest sidewalk repair effort gets underway.
Cities are tackling the need for charging infrastructure to power
electric vehicles. This article highlights pilot programs,
lessons learned and more.
An unusual emergency services agreement yielded significant
benefits when disaster struck.
With over 2,500 bills introduced during the session, the League
represented city interests on many issues to protect local
control, revenue and flexibility.
Advice for newly elected council members.
Fifteen bills made it into the “Housing Package” that Gov. Jerry
Brown signed, which includes the League’s “Blueprint for More
Kindness is about culture; it is a way of thinking and acting.
The ability to foster community resiliency is one of the most
important benefits of promoting kindness.
Obstacles to city incorporation should be removed to give
communities the same option for self-government that existing
A proactive approach will help pave the way for cities to comply
with GASB 77.
Council members describe their city’s most challenging fiscal
Working with unregistered or unqualified financial professionals
puts a city at risk.
Local governments’ extended producer responsibility programs
offer policy models for other states.
A foundation of community trust and strong community
relationships is crucial for law enforcement to effectively
prevent crime and safely resolve situations that involve
A partnership of the League and the FPPC can provide numerous
resources to support community dialogue about transparency.
An unexpected event requires careful, strong management and
teamwork in the face of extreme pressure.
The coming revolutions in electric, shared and automated vehicles
present many potential scenarios.
Partnerships between state agencies and cities maximize resources
and move us closer to resolving California’s affordable housing
Attend educational and networking events to hear about inspiring
ways to better serve your city.
Council members describe their city’s greatest strength.