League Launches #AZCitiesCare to Recognize Efforts During COVID-19
As many of us continue to stay at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, cities and towns must still continue to provide services and create unique opportunities for residents to stay involved during this time.
You can get more information about #AZCitiesCare at the website here. The website also includes our Stay-at-Home Survival Kit, full of fun, creative things to do while you’re staying safe at home!
You can also find up-to-date information on the League’s social media channels:
League COVID-19 Online Resource for Cities
As the COVID-19 pandemic is an active, evolving situation, the League has established a website of relevant information to serve as a clearinghouse of information.
2020 League Service Award Program
In preparation for the 2020 League Service Award Program at the Annual Conference in August we are asking cities and towns to complete the 2020 League Service Award form.
Please click here to review the list of current award recipients and let us know if you have any additional elected officials who will qualify for recognition.
2020 League Policy Committees
League Policy Committees have been scheduled and will begin in May. Participation on any of the five policy committees is your opportunity to be involved in policy development resulting in League Resolutions for cities and towns.
All mayors, council members and relevant city/town staff should have received an email in early April requesting your interest to join or stay on a committee.
The updated list of committee members can be found here and below are the scheduled meeting days and times. An overview of the process and the policy submittal form can be found here.
2020 Municipal Clerks Week
May 3 – 9, 2020 marks the 51st anniversary of Municipal Clerks Week. Municipal Clerks Week is held the first full week of May each year and recognizes the essential role municipal clerks play in local government.
Census Count: More Important Than Ever!
Making sure everyone is counted is vital to ensuring that Arizona cities and towns receive the federal funding we need to provide vital services to our residents.