First-Tier Suburbs Council Summer Meeting
The First Tier Suburbs Council was created so city leaders could share ideas and creative solutions to the unique challenges to their city. While no city is the same, Member Councils create a community where cities of similar size, demographics or industry can solicit advice and best-practices.
The First Tier Suburbs Council is open to any local elected official representing a member city or town outside of central cities and inside the ring of developing suburbs and rural areas. This year's council meeting is in Bellevue, Washington, a suburb of Seattle.
The Council will meet later this year at City Summit Charlotte, November 15-18.
Questions? Want to get involved? Contact Mike Nelson if you're interested in learning more about the convening or joining the First Tier Suburbs Council.