At the 2014 Congress of Cities in Austin, NLC University in partnership with Wells Fargo will launch NLC’s first self-paced, online course, Understanding Foreclosure: A City Leaders Guide.
All candidates for NLC Officer and Board of Directors positions must complete an online Candidate Data Form.
Local leaders, educators, social service agencies, parents, students and community members will convene tomorrow for a "community conversation" focused on implementing effective mechanisms to increase family and youth engagement in Madison's afterschool and educational offerings.
Anatalio Ubalde will deliver a thought-and-action provoking NLC University Seminar for community leaders titled "Economic Development, Innovation, and Community Marketing" at the upcoming Congress of Cities in Austin, TX.
This new 14-month technical assistance initiative will support efforts by city leaders to increase public safety and improve outcomes for youth involved in the juvenile justice system.
Preservation can be another tool through which city leaders insure stable and attractive neighborhoods, sustain adequate and well-maintained housing stock, and capture part of the heritage tourism market.
The EPA is hosting a series of listening sessions on the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA), which NLC supported as part of the Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA) bill.
Len Wood, President of Len Wood & Associates, a leading training and consulting firm to local governments, writes about his Congress of Cities session, “Budgeting and Financial Management: Essential Skills for Local Elected Officials."
City officials are overwhelmingly feeling optimistic about the health and direction of local fiscal conditions for the first time since the recession, according to a new report from the National League of Cities.
Experts in the juvenile justice field and NLC are developing new resources to support effective information sharing among cities and partner agencies.