League News
The message delivered in San Jose on Aug. 21 was loud and clear. Proposition 6 jeopardizes vital road safety and transportation projects throughout the Bay Area.
The lack of affordable housing in California is one of the state’s greatest challenges, along with the rising number of people who find themselves homeless.
Three priority sessions have recently been added to the program for the League’s upcoming Annual Conference & Expo in Long Beach, Sept. 12–14.
Opportunities for Cities

Some of the most significant benefits of League membership for cities since 1988 have flowed from the League’s co-sponsorship of the California Statewide Communities Development Authority (CSCDA).
Upcoming Events
Sept. 12
CitiPAC Leadership Reception, Long Beach

Sep. 1214

Oct. 4
Central Valley Division CitiPAC Golf Tournament, Diablo Grande
News and Events

The Bureau of Cannabis Control held its final of three public hearings today in Sacramento to discuss the recently released proposed regulations. The League testified in opposition to several provisions in the regulations. 

Although the fiscal year began on July 1, the Legislature continues considering budget trailer bills even in the last week of the 2018 legislative session. 

The Assembly Communications and Conveyance Committee on Aug. 22 passed SB 822 (Wiener), sending the net neutrality bill to the Assembly Floor for a vote. 
Deadline to Submit Letters of Interest is Oct. 1

I ncoming League President Jan Arbuckle is soliciting applicants to serve on the League’s Coastal Cities Issues Group 2019 Leadership Committee.