California cities use a variety of methods, including citizens’ academies and similar programs, to engage residents in civic life and give them a voice.
The TIERS Framework and Learning Lab support the use of deliberative planning to better engage the public.
With over 2,500 bills introduced during the session, the League represented city interests on many issues to protect local control, revenue and flexibility.
The League offers a range of professional development sessions featuring current research, model programs and best practices.
Advice for newly elected council members.
The city launched a pilot program after local homelessness-related services were reduced or cut.
Training and mentoring employees on the job and investing in their growth saves time and money.