As you plan for all the sessions and networking events you'll attend at this year's Congress of Cities, your accompanying spouse or guest to the conference can now plan for their time in Austin too.
City leaders interested in improving outcomes for youth and increasing public safety through juvenile justice reform are encouraged to participate in a series of webinars, during the next phase of NLC’s strategic partnership with the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation’s Models for Change initiative.
Founded as the American Municipal Association by ten state municipal leagues, today, NLC's members include 49 state municipal leagues and more than 1,800 direct and affiliate member cities, towns, villages, and boroughs.
Join Dan White, senior economist at Moody's Analytics, as he demonstrates how to effectively stress-test subnational government reserve levels using the Moody’s Analytics baseline forecast and alternative economic scenarios.
Department of Transportation Proposes New Rail Safety Standards
Congress Passes Transportation Program Extension
NLC Leaders Gather to Discuss Federal Policy, Advocacy Opportunities
NLC just launched a video contest to award one lucky city three free registrations to the Congress of Cities and Exposition November 18-22 in Austin. A second city will win three half-price registrations. We want to see a video from your city!
Doug McGowen, Director of the Mayor’s Innovation Delivery Team in Memphis, Tenn., discusses the vision for the team and how solutions are identified to tackle systemic problems.
With Congress adjourning today for a five-week recess, National League of Cities Executive Director Clarence Anthony issued the following statement on the critical legislative priorities that were left unaddressed in this session.