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Federal 911 Law to Take Effect in February

The new law, known as “Kari’s Law,” sets new requirements for multi-line telephone systems, used by many Minnesota cities.

Apply Now for Workforce Housing Development Grants

A total of $4 million is available in grant funding to assist small to mid-size cities in Greater Minnesota seeking to address rental workforce housing needs.

City Speak Podcast: Scott County’s Multi-Agency Collaboration Offers Innovation and Efficiencies

Mayor Janet Williams of Savage and Commissioner Jon Ulrich of Scott County explain the Scott County Association for Leadership & Efficiency (SCALE).

More Information and Resources

Just Announced! A Conference for Minnesota’s Newly Elected City Officials in Jan. 2020

Local Government Innovation Award Recipients Announced

Work on Your Supervisory Skills in 2020! Register Now for the LEAD Academy

Get to Know the City’s Property Tax Levy Authority & Procedures

Registration Is Open Now for a Free Webinar on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act Clearinghouse

There’s Still Time to Save on the 2019 Directory of Minnesota City Officials — Now Only $47!

Ask Your Questions About Step 4 & 5 Data Tools at Dec. 4 GreenStep Cities Workshop and Webinar

Southwest MN Cities Complete First Year of New Race Equity Cohort

A Recap of the Crucial Public Safety Issues Discussed With Minnesota Cities This Fall

Explore New Online Courses on Team-Building, Listening Skills, and More with FirstNet Learning

NLC City Fiscal Conditions Report: Economic Downturn May Be Coming

League Welcomes Several New Staff Members