Bring the Minnesota city voice to the national level through NLC advocacy committees, member councils, and constituency groups.
(Published Oct 28, 2019)
The National League of Cities (NLC) is now seeking applicants for 2020 federal advocacy committees, member councils, and constituency groups.
City officials from NLC member cities are eligible to apply, and the deadline is Dec. 3. Participating in one of these groups is a great way to bring the voice of Minnesota cities to the federal level.
NLC’s seven federal advocacy committees, together with NLC’s leadership and the Federal Advocacy team, play a key role in all NLC advocacy efforts. Comprised of local officials from NLC member cities and towns across the country, the committees play a central role in developing the organization’s federal policy positions, which are the foundation of NLC’s advocacy efforts.
The committees are:
NLC’s member networking councils bring together leaders from communities that are similar in size, type, or another important characteristic. The councils provide a space for local leaders to network and exchange ideas around issues of importance to the varying types of communities.
The member councils are:
The five NLC constituency groups are networks that give local leaders a space to express themselves and advocate for the needs of their community.
The constituency groups are: