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S erving on the League of California Cities Board of Directors is an opportunity for you to be a statewide leader shaping state policy and the actions of the organization. The League is currently accepting applications from  city officials interested in serving on the League board in one of six at-large board positions or as second vice president.
As hundreds of city officials from throughout the state prepare for the League’s Legislative Action Day on Wednesday, this is a reminder that city officials attending the event have the option to wear denim while in Sacramento to lobby on bills affecting California cities.
This week marks the Legislature’s return from Spring Recess, and policy committees are in full swing in the Capitol. The League has compiled a list of "hot bills" and an update on their progress through the Legislature.
Conferences & Education

The League is currently soliciting session proposals for two premier 2019 conferences — the Municipal Finance Institute and the Fire Chiefs Leadership Seminar. Both conferences will be held Dec. 11–12 in Garden Grove at the Hyatt Regency.
More News & Events

The Legislature returns today and is already back in full swing with legislative hearings to discuss policy areas of interest to cities. April is a very busy month in the Capitol, jam-packed with legislative policy committees and the Governor’s May Budget Revise in just a few weeks. April 26 is also the last day for policy committee to hear and report to fiscal committees on fiscal bills introduced in their house of origin.

In keeping with its mission of serving California veterans and their families, the California Department of Veterans Affairs is compiling a list of Memorial Day events taking place statewide.