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Federal Advocacy Committee Meetings: Schedule

Together with NLC’s leadership and the Federal Advocacy team, the Committees play a key role in all NLC advocacy efforts. They are made up of elected and appointed officials from NLC member cities and towns across the country who are committed to discussing and influencing federal policy that has a direct and profound impact on local government operations.

Under the leadership of a chair and vice chairs, the Committees meet in person at least three times a year (beginning at the Congressional City Conference and concluding at the November City Summit) to deliberate policy positions and review action plans in support of NLC’s advocacy priorities. In person meetings may be supplemented by conference call meetings to ensure the Committee has ample opportunity to complete their work plan.

For more information about NLC’s committees and the role they play, visit http://nlc.org/advocacy/federal-advocacy-committees.

All Federal Advocacy Committee meetings are open to any conference registrant, and we encourage all to attend and observe. Only committee members may participate in the discussion.

Sunday, March 12