Even if you don’t personally use social media, your constituents
do— and they are using it to talk about you and your policy
Reaching hard-to-count populations requires a collective effort.
Tips for local officials.
Join us in Long Beach for the League’s 2019 Annual Conference &
Three simple principles drove the rebuilding and recovery effort.
Emergency management is challenging and dynamic.
How Thousand Oaks coped with a mass shooting and two major
wildfires in a single day.
This program shows the value of youth as a community and policy
Though California cities cannot predict or prevent the next
disaster, they can take steps to maximize preparedness and build
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.
Start planning your time at the conference with this overview of
the schedule of events.
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.
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.
Cities are leading the way in finding innovative methods to
leverage local assets, protect natural resources and ensure a
sustainable future for their communities.
Local agencies are a favorite target for cyberattacks. Plan now
for what can happen if a cyberattacker seizes control of your
city’s data and systems.
Advocating promptly with united voices on key city-related
legislation is critically important. The mobile application
enables city officials to respond rapidly when a call to action
Lake Forest began streaming council meetings in early 2018.
An array of tech-based tools promises to help optimize
operations, connect residents to new information and services,
repair infrastructure and reimagine transportation.
It is unreasonable and unacceptable for the telecom industry to
expect it can override the legitimate concerns and best interests
of our residents and cities.