The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is announcing the availability of $335,000 in technical assistance for communities.
The NLC Prescription Discount Card Program passed another milestone recently with residents in cities across the country using their city discount card to save on more than 1 million prescriptions.
NLC offers its full support to San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro’s nomination as the next Secretary for Housing and Urban Development.
The bill authorizes 34 new lock, dam, levee, port and ecosystem restoration projects and includes a new pilot program that makes loans available to local governments.
This month, leaders from all five of NLC’s constituency groups travelled from cities across the United States to Washington, D.C. for NLC’s first Constituency Group Washington Day of Action.
New York and New Hampshire held statewide mayoral summits that focused on the importance of afterschool and expanded learning for children and youth in their communities. The New York and New Hampshire fterschool networks partnered with mayoral champions and their state municipal leagues to host the summits.
NLC cohosted a recent briefing on the impact of public transportation on local economies and why further investment is needed.
NLC's historic anniversary is not merely an opportunity to celebrate the organization's long history, but an opportunity to reflect and reaffirm our continued commitment to making cities better places to live.
The National League of Cities (NLC) calls on Congress to swiftly pass the Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA), which authorizes 34 new lock, dam, levee, port and ecosystem restoration projects and includes a new pilot program that makes loans available to local governments building large water and wastewater-related infrastructure projects and activities.
National League of Cities (NLC) Executive Director Clarence E. Anthony released this statement following the markup of the MAP-21 Reauthorization Act introduced by U.S. Senators Barbara Boxer (D-CA), David Vitter (R-LA), Tom Carper (D-DE) and John Barrasso (R-WY) earlier this week.