For Infrastructure Week 2016, NLC broadcast live from our Facebook page. We highlighted the release of our newest report on local infrastructure funding as well as a Capitol Hill Briefing on securing our nation's water infrastructure, and much more.
Honoring Fallen Police Officers
The National League of Cities (NLC) today released a new report on the ability of cities to address the nation’s growing infrastructure challenges.
NLC University Now Accepting Applications for Annual Michael Lynch Scholarship
Following the tragic news that National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials (NBC-LEO) Immediate Past President Dr. James L. Walls, Jr., mayor, District Heights, Maryland, passed away at his home on Thursday, the National League of Cities (NLC) leadership issued the following statement.
Initiative will identify trends, challenges and solutions to local government retirement challenges to help cities achieve greater fiscal sustainability
NLC's Institute for Youth, Education and Families released "Reengagement: Bringing Students Back to America's Schools," a comprehensive book that provides a rich trove of new ideas and strategies for how to reduce dropout rates and help all young people graduate from high school.
NLC President Honors Congressional Champions of Local Issues
Local Government Groups strongly urge all Senators to support the bipartisan Feinstein-Tillis-Blumenthal-Perdue-Lee amendment that would strike section 2152 from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Reauthorization Bill.
A new report showcasing "innovation districts," areas designated by cities to incubate creativity and serve as labs for forward-looking concepts and policies. Innovation Districts: The Chattanooga Story highlights how the city of Chattanooga, Tenn., planned and cultivated their innovation district and outlines how cities can create their own innovation districts.