2017 LMC Annual Conference

Signs of a Vibrant City!

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June 14-16—Mayo Civic Center, Rochester, MN

—REGISTER NOW!

Is your city showing the signs of a vibrant community?

Get equipped with information, skills, and tools you'll need to keep your city moving forward.

During the 2017 Annual Conference you will:

  • Explore big trends and issues impacting local government, and how cities of ALL sizes can rise to the challenge
  • Step out of the conference center and explore city projects in action with tours and events in Rochester
  • Create connections during the exhibit hall featuring more than 120 vendors
  • Engage with colleagues from across the state and share your ideas and success stories

Plus, this year’s conference also features pre-conference programming focused on advanced training for newly elected officials and policing in the 21st century.

Date/Location:
June 14-16—Rochester, MN
Mayo Civic Center
30 Civic Center Dr. SE. (view map)
Rochester, MN 55904

Pricing:
Regular Attendee
—Fee: $400 (price increases to $450 after May 1)

First-Time Attendee
—Fee: $150 (price increases to $450 after May 1)

Cities with Populations Under 1,000
—Fee: $250 (price increases to $450 after May 1)

Company Representative
—Fee: $600

The registration fees below include admission to all conference sessions, networking, and meal events. Lodging is not included in the fees.

—Hotel Information

Find out more about the 2017 Annual Conference:

Come early Wednesday for these pre-conference events:
—Pre-conference Workshop: Advanced Training for Newly Elected Officials
—Pre-conference Workshop: Working Collaboratively to Address 21st Century Policing Challenges
—Rochester Development Field Tour

Explore the agenda, sessions, and more so you can plan your conference:
—Agenda
—Session Tracks
—Session Descriptions
—Keynote Speakers
—Exhibit Hall

Don't forget to register for these free workshops and activities when you register for the 2017 Annual Conference:
—Exercise Events
—Arts4Trails Field Tour
—The Second City Workshop