The League of California Cities is an association of California city officials who work together to enhance their knowledge and skills, exchange information, and combine resources so that they may influence policy decisions that affect cities.
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Mission & History
To be recognized and respected as the leading advocate for the common interests of California's cities.
To expand and protect local control for cities through education and advocacy to enhance the quality of life for all Californians.
Local self-governance is the cornerstone of democracy.
Our strength lies in the unity of our diverse communities of interest.
In the involvement of all stakeholders in establishing goals and in solving problems.
In conducting the business of government with transparency, openness, respect, and civility.
The spirit of honest public service is what builds communities.
Open decision-making that is of the highest ethical standards honors the public trust.
Cities are vital to the strength of the California economy.
The vitality of cities is dependent upon their fiscal stability and local autonomy.
The active participation of all city officials increases the League's effectiveness.
Partnerships and collaborations are essential elements of focused advocacy and lobbying.
Ethical and well-informed city officials are essential for responsive, visionary leadership and effective and efficient city operations.
A reading of the founding and early history of the League is rich with colorful personalities and political intrigue. For a flavor of the character of the men who founded this association, read the following excerpt from a history of the League prepared by Winston Updegraff, former editor of Western City magazine and a long-time Laguna Beach resident. Portions of his history appeared in the September and October 1973 editions of Western City, a magazine in celebration of the League's 75th anniversary.
Join us for timely topics and quality content. Select your personalized learning schedule from panel discussions, speed sessions, discussion forums, speaker theaters and general session keynotes. Check back for updates and the latest information on dates, times, speakers as well as late-breaking sessions.
This collection of resources will assist exhibitors interested in or preparing to showcase their products and services at the 2019 Annual Conference & Expo.
Attendees will be served lunch close to the noon hour on Thursday, October 17 in the back of the exhibit hall.
Stop by the Exhibitors Lounge to learn more about advertising in the League’s award-winning Western City magazine which is mailed to 10,000 subscribers and includes articles on subjects of importance to cities statewide.
The League of California Cities Annual Expo at the Long Beach Convention Center is the largest premiere event in California that connects you and your products and services with an estimated 1,900+ city officials from throughout California.
How does the League determine the organization’s top issues?
Every year, the League’s members and leadership work together to set strategic priorities for the next 12 months. These goals focus our legislative and advocacy activities and serve as a powerful tool for advancing local control.
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