Don’t miss ILG sessions and events at the conference. Meet the
staff, browse materials and get answers to your questions.
Local agency employees’ personal accounts and devices may be
subject to the state’s Public Records Act.
Public officials need to act quickly to enact policies and plans.
Public figures need to pay attention to more than just newspaper
Technology increasingly serves as the backbone for providing
Adapting and responding to cyber threats and protecting critical
infrastructure are essential for cities.
Online tools can bring more diverse voices to the local
Social media and other tools are impacting city strategies.
Immigrants contribute significantly to California’s economy, both
as employers and workers. The cities of Brawley, Oakley and
Mountain View offer examples of how engaging immigrant
The small-town feeling of community that many of us experienced
as youngsters has become more elusive. Volunteering gives us a
sense of connectedness and offers multiple benefits.
A new community for formerly homeless veterans with disabilities
comprises 50 apartments, with plans underway to expand the
project, add more housing and provide permanent supportive
The League and stakeholders negotiated a reform package that
balances increased civic outreach with cost mitigation for
To help local officials navigate complex state and federal laws,
ILG recently updated two of its flagship ethics resources.
The measure won’t put the “gut and amend” game out of business,
but it helps California voters, journalists and the democratic
City officials, residents and journalists find this practical
guide to be an invaluable resource.
After the election is over it can be hard to put aside the competitive mindset, move beyond politics and begin working as a cohesive team.
After years of fiscal challenges, the city implemented innovative
programs to boost efficiency and accountability.
During a ballot measure campaign, a critic said, “If you’re going
to try to kill the king, you’d better succeed.”
The League is taking unprecedented steps in response to an
alarming increase in the state’s homeless population.
Cities have a responsibility to work with their county, state and
federal partners to provide the services needed to address this