National League of Cities (NLC) today recognized seven cities for implementing programs that enhance and promote cultural diversity in their communities at the "Celebrate Diversity Breakfast" during NLC's Congressional City Conference in Washington.
We are pleased to announce that C-SPAN and the White House live streamed the President’s speech, which took place this Monday morning at approximately 11:30 a.m. EDT.
As the nation prepares for the 2016 election cycle, National League of Cities President Ralph Becker, mayor, Salt Lake City, Utah, named a bipartisan group of 17 city officials and state municipal league executive directors to serve on the National League of Cities (NLC) 2016 Presidential Election Task Force.
More than 2,000 city leaders and delegates from cities and towns across the country are convening in Washington for the 50th annual National League of Cities (NLC) Congressional City Conference to advocate for city priorities with Congress and the Administration.
President Barack Obama will address city leaders at the National League of Cities’ (NLC) annual Congressional City Conference Monday, March 9 in Washington.
Following the release of the interim report outlining recommendations from President Obama's Task Force on 21st Century Community Policing, National League of Cities (NLC) President Ralph Becker, mayor, Salt Lake City, Utah issued this statement.
This morning the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) made the right choice by voting to eliminate barriers to municipal broadband deployment for Chattanooga EPB and the city of Wilson, N.C., underscoring the critical role of local governments to provide broadband services that are integral to a strong, 21st century economy that benefits residents and strengthens communities.
NLC announced that the Multi-City Innovation Campaign (MCIC), a program that helps spur quality innovation in cities across the country, will expand to 25 communities under NLC's leadership in 2015 to work with developer ecosystems to spur innovation.
The National League of Cities is here to remind you that you and your local area have certain rights under WIOA that your governor must respect, and we want to let you know what those rights are so that at no time are you forced to do what you don’t want to do.
NLC's Daniel Rose Center for Public Leadership is working with Pittsburgh Mayor William Peduto and several local officials to evaluate redevelopment plans for the 178-acre Almono site in the city.