The League Board of Directors is seeking an elected or appointed city official to fill one opening on the Trust Board of Trustees. The appointment will fill the remainder of a term expiring on March 31, 2019, with eligibility to serve up to four additional three-year terms.
—Find out how to apply for the open seat
LMCIT places a high priority on helping cities minimize risk, control losses, and reduce claims. It has several programs and services available to help cities with these efforts.
—Check out LMCIT loss control services
LMCIT provides property/casualty and workers’ compensation coverage, as well as risk management services, which are specifically designed for Minnesota cities.
—Get details about coverages, rates, and the dividend
LMCIT has claim adjusters located throughout the state, and they will assist you throughout the claims process.
—File a claim and access claims forms and other resources
Members of the LMCIT property/casualty program renew coverage using an online application.
—Start the online renewal process
Members and insurance agents can access the LMCIT Member Center to view property/casualty claim information and benchmark their recent loss history against cities of similar size.
—Learn more and log in to the LMCIT Member Center
The On the Line blog offers information, guidance, and tips on keeping public safety officers safe on the job.
—Access On the Line: Public Safety Risk Management blog
Public works professionals can access the Pipeline to find helpful information about job safety while faced with budget cuts and rising demands.
—Check out the Pipeline: A Minnesota Public Works Connection blog