Making wildfire resilience a priority helps cities ensure their
communities are safe and prosperous for generations to come.
Chief Hahn discusses strategies to help build stronger
relationships between the community and local law enforcement.
Not In Our Town is a movement to stop hate, address bullying and
build safe, inclusive communities for all.
A look at how communities can plan for an earthquake and improve
Gain an overview of current issues for cities.
On average, cities spend 2.5 to 3 percent of their overall
budgets on technology.
A look at local zoning and safety regulations that cities may
adopt and apply to firearms retailers.
High school students serve as mentors for younger students.
Lessons from one of the worst fire years in California history.
Proposition 6 would repeal the Road Repair and Accountability
Extreme heat events now affect communities statewide and present
resiliency planning challenges.
A new report from the League and its partners showcases existing
and emerging approaches that are having a positive impact on
homelessness in California communities.
Over 2 million households in California are at high or extreme
risk from wildfires, and cities statewide will have to step up
their efforts in hazard mitigation, emergency planning and
An unusual emergency services agreement yielded significant
benefits when disaster struck.
A $25 million Community-Based Transitional Housing Program offers
incentive grants for providing transitional housing sites for
recently released offenders.
The city mobilized a hard-hitting campaign to address a crisis.
A collaborative effort helps keep kids on track.
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