NLC made the call, and members responded – we had a record number of applications received for officer positions as well as seats on the Board of Directors.
Vice President Joe Biden will deliver remarks to city leaders during the National League of Cities (NLC) 2015 Congress of Cities and Exposition in Nashville, Tenn. The vice president's remarks will take place on November 5th as part of the Congress of Cities Opening General Session.
We're just days away from the big show in Music City: the 2015 National League of Cities Congress of Cities & Exposition. Nashville is turning up the volume, bringing up the lights, and setting the stage to welcome thousands of elected officials from across the country.
During last week's presidential debate in Boulder, Colo., the candidates finally started to dig into the issues that the National League of Cities has highlighted in its Cities Lead 2016 campaign, but the conversation was cursory at best.
The National League of Cities is pleased to have joined the U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance (U.S. Communities) in recently honoring the City of Saint Paul, Minnesota.
NLC and the Urban Land Institute (ULI) today announced that mayors from four cities-Birmingham, Ala.; Denver; Long Beach, Calif.; and Rochester, N.Y.-have been selected as the 2016 class of Daniel Rose Fellows by the Rose Center for Public Leadership in Land Use.
NLC is launching a new initiative in partnership with MetLife Foundation to help cities promote financial inclusion for their residents. NLC received a $1 million grant from MetLife Foundation to implement an eight-city project, Cities Building Systems to Promote Financial Inclusion, which will provide technical assistance to cities as they develop innovative strategies for families to achieve financial stability.
City officials attending the NLC Congress of Cities and Exposition in Nashville next week will have a great opportunity to learn how to bring savings and solutions to their cities through a variety of programs offered by NLC.
The National League of Cities (NLC) is launching a new, two-year project to assist cities in developing comprehensive financial inclusion strategies to help low-income families improve their financial health.
A robust line-up of speakers and sessions that feature inspiring keynote addresses, skill-building seminars, innovate learning approaches, mobile workshops, and great opportunities to network with colleagues from across the country are in store for the thousands of city leaders who will descend upon Nashville, Tennessee, on November 4 - 7 to attend NLC's Congress of Cities conference. In addition to those sessions, important governance activities that involve NLC members will also take place at the conference.