Annual Conference and Expo
September 22 — 24, 2021
SAFE Credit Union Convention Center
1400 J Street, Sacramento, CA
We can’t wait to see our city officials in person after 18 months of virtual meetings and events. The programming for this year’s annual conference will feature two visionary and inspiring keynote speakers - Bonnie St. John and Richard Montañez, as well as a variety of exciting speakers and timely presentations on key topics for local leaders. We also know how valuable it is for you to foster connections and learn from each other during the conference. We’ve put together a variety of opportunities, including an interactive expo, for you to collaborate and engage with your fellow city leaders and exhibitors.
As we all know too well, the pandemic is not over. Our number one priority will continue to be the health and safety of participants. We are working closely with the convention center to ensure that important protocols and cleaning procedures continue, and if necessary, are strengthened. A special webpage outlining these procedures and other important health and safety information for attendees will be available in plenty of time to prepare for the conference.
Read about how Cal Cities is supporting attendees' health and safety during the Annual Conference and Expo.
As of September 8, 2021 (subject to change)
Second Floor, Convention Center
City Clerks Workshop: DEI and the City Clerk’s Office: Expanding the Bridge Clerks
Additional registration $150 per attendee from a member city/$300 per attendee from a non-member city. Pending approval for 1 CMC/MMC Advanced Education Point.
The City Clerk’s office is often referred to as the bridge between the community and City Hall. It is the first place where the members of the community go when they don’t know where to go. It is forward facing to the community on so many levels – boards and commissions, public records requests, elections, special events, etc. It is uniquely situated to serve as an internal and external ally in City Hall. The question is whether that ability is recognized and what, if anything, is done with it. In this session, participants will examine how DEI principles are interwoven with the work of the profession and learn practical skills and strategies to implement the same, and how the City Clerk's office can be a conduit for greater sense of belonging in our communities.. The goal and hope of the session is to equip participants to expand the bridge in their communities from their place on the front lines of local government and democracy.
Join League leadership and staff as you begin your first Annual Conference experience. Hear about the League, and most importantly, how to get the most out of your conference experience.
• Keynote - Bonnie St. John
Leading experts will review the latest major developments in California city revenues, spending, and financing as well as important changes, significant challenges, and new opportunities. Learn about legal developments in new laws, taxes and fees, Proposition 218, Proposition 26, and the underlying issues of your agency’s finances. CPEs offered for CA Certified Public Accountants (CPAs).
The governing bodies of California public agencies play an important decision-making role in labor negotiations. This session is for elected or appointed officials at local public agencies with represented employees. Hear an overview of the labor relations framework for local government agencies, the labor negotiations process, and the role of the Public Employment Relations Board. Learn about the role of the governing body in negotiations, the importance of the Brown Act, and communication issues related to negotiations.
• Keynote - Richard Montañez
It is evident that city leaders must change how we approach wildfire prevention. Total elimination of wildfires is not only impossible, but not advisable. We must build resiliency into our communities and learn to coexist with wildfires. As wildfire knows no jurisdictional boundaries, this effort must be a regional approach. The towns, cities, special districts and county government in Marin County have partnered together for this approach. Through agency and community leadership they are changing the paradigm of wildfire prevention by creating fire adapted communities through vegetation management, home hardening, defensible space, evacuation route improvements, and community education.
Looking for the latest tools, tips and best practices to better engage with your community on Facebook and Instagram? Hear directly from the experts how your city can leverage social media, especially when facing a crisis in your city. Planned with the Latino Caucus.
Considering making the jump from finance director to city manager? The city manager is responsible for more than just carrying out the council's policy direction, providing recommendations for and assisting with the implementation of the annual budget, and providing assurance of quality service delivery. Hear from individuals who have experienced the jump as they share both common and not-often-discussed issues related to becoming a city manager. Learn about the nuances of leadership for this specific profession, and key facets of the role that can prepare you before taking the leap. CPEs offered for CA Certified Public Accountants (CPAs).
Public agencies continue to navigate through the damaging effects that COVID-19 has had on their revenues, general fund returns and the economy. Meanwhile, their pension obligations continue to grow, putting further strain on their impacted budgets. Pension systems face an uncertain economic outlook with discount rate targets that are mismatched with future expected returns. How are agencies addressing their pension liabilities during tough economic times such as these? Learn about the fiscal strategies cities have proactively implemented to prepare for the road ahead of rising pension costs.
A year after Governor Newsom’s Executive Order to phase out the sale of internal-combustion vehicles, the ZEV marketplace is poised for tremendous growth as policy action meets California’s leadership in ZEV innovation. State policymakers, local officials, and industry partners are seizing the moment to help Californians transition to cleaner modes of transportation, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and improve local air quality. Explore the progress made to date, the challenges that lie ahead, and the practical steps local governments are taking to prepare for greater adoption of ZEVs like electric vehicles.
After a polarizing 2020, how can city leaders help bridge divides in their communities and begin to advance policies and programs that heal and unify their residents? Hear from nationally recognized experts in conflict resolution, civil discourse, and bi-partisanship about how to approach complex topics, find common ground, and rebuild trust.
California cities face a myriad of critical and emerging issues, about which city leaders may have widely differing opinions. To navigate these issues, elected officials must be equipped with advanced governance strategies to lead more effectively through these changing times. Women electeds often face additional challenges in their efforts to build trust and gain consensus with their colleagues. Attendees will hear from experts and learn best practices to address these challenges, create a culture of trust and collaboration without violating the Brown Act, and operate with decorum in a manner that best serves the public. Planned with the Women’s Caucus.
Space is limited; only guests that have RSVP’d in advance to Nancy Hall Bennett will be admitted
Featuring a celebration of Cal Cities President/El Centro Mayor Cheryl Viegas Walker. Space is limited, RSVP required. RSVP to Catherine Hill.
Women’s Caucus Wine & Cheese Reception
Latino Caucus Reception
Space is limited; please RSVP to your Regional Public Affairs Manager, Stephen Qualls (209) 614-0118. Additional fees may apply.
African-American Caucus Reception
API Caucus: Ice Cream Social
How do you create a balanced approach to STR administration that addresses the needs of your community? Homeowners can start a STR business with the click of a button, but the majority are not aware of their tax obligations. Some community members want to rent, while others don’t want rentals in their neighborhood. Some municipalities are most interested in tax compliance and creating a fair hospitality market, while others are more interested in the potential revenue STRs can generate. Delve into these issues and more with our panel of experts.
The impact of COVID-19 on the economy has underscored the importance of using data to support decision-making across all industries and sectors, but most importantly for local governments. Data plays a key role in providing public services, keeping residents and businesses safe, improving equity, and tracking resources. Learn how municipalities like the City of Los Angeles are leveraging data and visual tools to support informed decision-making across all levels of government, especially during a global crisis.
This informational and interactive workplace harassment prevention training will focus on current and emerging issues resulting from the #MeToo movement, and teach officials and supervisors how to identify, prevent, and properly respond to workplace harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and abusive conduct in order to avoid personal and agency liability in compliance with AB 1825/2053/1661 and SB 396. Sign-in will begin 30 minutes prior to the session and you must be present for the full two hours to receive the certification of attendance. Entry will be prohibited once session begins. Planned with the Institute for Local Government. The Institute for Local Government is a State Bar of California minimum continuing legal education (MCLE) approved provider and certifies this activity meets the standards for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the total amount of 2 hours (general credits). Provider #13881
In today’s world, all aspects of city leadership and governance are intertwined. How did three neighboring Capitol Corridor cities handle parallel goals of fiscal, environmental, and community sustainability while facing the multiple crises of natural disasters, the COVID-19 pandemic, and revenue shortfalls? Join us to learn about the bold, innovative strategies implemented by these geographically-linked agencies, including: public infrastructure financing and renewal, hedging against rising energy costs, improving public safety, capturing grant funding, climate pollution reduction, “smart cities” innovations, and building toward power-grid resilience for critical facilities.
Join the City of San Luis Obispo for an informational discussion on how to successfully engage your community to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) within your city. During this session, efforts such as the establishment of a DEI Taskforce, expanded DEI funding, community learning sessions, and DEI focused city planning will be shared to provide a robust picture of how to effectively advance DEI efforts within a predominately white affluent community. This session will provide you with tangible strategies to support your city’s efforts to be more diverse, equitable, and inclusive.
California communities report that one of the greatest economic development threats of 2021 is the critical shortage of available workforce and affordable housing. Learn about recent trends in financing, construction, design and wellness models that are helping communities increase the volume of affordable housing construction to scale the solution and meet the workforce needs for housing. What new building technologies and materials are serving to reduce the cost of housing construction and increase housing choice? This panel will provide case study examples of the evolving city-developer strategic partnership model that successfully produce more affordable, sustainable, resilient, and healthy residential products.
A limited amount of hotel rooms are available at reduced rates for registered attendees and exhibitors at the 2021 Annual Conference and Expo. The discounted hotel rate cut-off is Tuesday, August 31. Hotels are subject to sell out prior to the deadline — reserve early!
Predatory Housing Warning
Beware of unauthorized housing and hotel reservation services that may solicit your business. All legitimate communications regarding housing will come directly from the League of California Cities. If you receive a suspicious email or phone call asking to book your hotel room for the conference, please let us know immediately.
STEP ONE: Register for the Conference
STEP TWO: Book hotel room
After your registration for the conference is received and processed, a confirmation email will be sent containing the links for housing reservations.
Hyatt Regency Sacramento
1209 L Street
Sheraton Grand Sacramento
1230 J Street
The Citizen Hotel
926 J Street
Holiday Inn Sacramento Downtown
300 J Street
Best Western Plus Sutter House
1100 H Street
$180.00 single/double - Phone reservations only. Please ask for the League of California Cities room block.*
Doubletree By Hilton Hotel Sacramento
2001 Point West Way
Hilton Sacramento Arden West
2200 Harvard Street
*Plus occupancy taxes and fees.
Hotel Changes or Cancellations
Hotel reservation changes, date modifications, early check-out, or cancellations made prior to Tuesday, August 31, must be done through the online reservation link you received when registering for the conference. Use your confirmation/acknowledgement number to access your reservation and make any necessary changes. Once the August 31 deadline has passed, please contact the hotel directly with any changes or cancellations. Please note that after the housing deadline has passed, you may incur a financial penalty and minimum one-night room charge or attrition fees.
PLEASE NOTE: The information you provide to Cal Cities when registering for a Cal Cities conference or meeting may be shared with the conference or meeting hotel(s). The hotel(s) will also share with Cal Cities the information you provide to the hotel(s) when you make your hotel reservation for the conference or meeting. The information shared between Cal Cities and the hotel(s) will be limited to your first name, last name and dates/length of stay in the hotel.
CAUTION! You must be registered for the conference prior to booking a hotel room. Do not make a hotel reservation unless you are sure it is needed. Your city/company will be financially responsible for all cancellation/attrition fees. If you are making hotel reservations for others, please confirm with each individual, in advance, that they actually need hotel accommodations and intend to use them on the dates you are reserving.
Parking and Public Transportation
The convention center is conveniently located in the heart of the city and is within walking distance of the State Capital, hotels, dining, landmarks, and attractions. Public transportation is easily accessible and includes the Sacramento Regional Transit (RT), ZipCar, and Amtrak.
Self-parking and valet are available at most hotels. Parking for the convention center is available at the city-owned Memorial Garage on 14th street between H and I Streets. In addition, several privately owned parking garages are also within walking distance of the convention center. (Parking rates vary by location and are subject to change without notice).
Route 1: Embassy Suites Riverfront Promenade Holiday Inn: Sacramento Downtown SAFE Credit Union Convention Center Embassy Suites Riverfront Promenade
To contact shuttle dispatch, please call (408) 477-2020.
Full Registration Includes:
- Admission to Expo and education sessions (unless otherwise indicated)
- Wednesday host city reception; Thursday grab-and-go breakfast; Thursday lunch with exhibitors; Friday closing luncheon
- Admission to CitiPAC and Diversity Caucus Receptions
- Electronic access to all program materials
Please register onsite.
NOTE: Conference Registration is required to attend all conference activities including Department and Division meetings and the General Assembly. Sharing of registration is prohibited.
Full Conference Registration Fees
|Early bird (through July 16)|
After July 16 and onsite
Optional Registration Add-ons (non-refundable)
The guest rate is restricted to those who are not city/public officials, are not related to any Partner/Expo company, and would have no professional reason to attend for learning or business. Rate includes admission to the Expo and receptions only. Session seats are reserved for conference registrants. There is no refund for the cancellation of a guest registration. It is not advisable to use city funds to register a guest.
Questions or special needs? Contact conference registrar Megan Dunn before Wednesday, August 25.
Early bird rates are not available for one-day registration
The 2021 Annual Conference will be held at the SAFE Credit Union Convention Center, located at 1400 J Street in Sacramento. All sessions will be held at the convention center unless otherwise noted.
Brown Act and Cal Cities Conferences
The Brown Act permits the attendance of a majority of the members of a legislative body at a conference or similar gathering open to the public that addresses issues of general interest to the public or to public agencies of the type represented by the legislative body. However, a majority of the members cannot discuss among themselves, other than as part of the scheduled program, business of a specific nature that is within the local agency’s subject matter jurisdiction.
Helen Putnam Award for Excellence
This program, supported by the League Partners, recognizes outstanding cities that deliver the highest quality and level of service in the most effective manner possible. Visit the special displays by cities that won the 2021 prestigious award and learn what your city can adapt from their success. Displays can be found in the League Partner Village in the Expo Hall.
Institute for Local Government
The Institute for Local Government promotes good government at the local level with practical, impartial, and easy-to-use resources for California communities. Current program areas and resources to help local officials in service to their communities include local government basics, public engagement, sustainable communities, and public service ethics. Please visit www.ca-ilg.org to learn more.
Mayors and Council Members Leadership Academy Torch Program
The MCMLA torch program is for elected officials who are seeking continuing education to enhance their own knowledge and skills in order to better serve the public. Each year officials from throughout the state earn recognition as they progress upward through three sequential levels of achievement.
Our goal is to provide exceptional educational experiences, networking opportunities, and innovative tools that will make attendees and their cities more successful. Presentation materials are an important element of the Annual Conference. You can download or print session materials in advance or after the conference for additional resources.
Educational sessions at the Annual Conference are offered in a variety of formats and include professional development focused on leadership skills and workable solutions. Targeting a broad audience, sessions concentrate on innovative, evidence-based, and discussion-provoking trends, tools, and best practices. Connecting professional experience and collective understanding, these sessions aim to provide attendees the opportunity to gain practical skills and useful resources.
First Time Attendees
A special presentation to welcome first-time attendees is scheduled for Wednesday at 12:45 p.m. Join us to hear about our organization and how to get the most out of your conference experience.
Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) Credits Available
With support and leadership from the City Attorneys Department, a limited number of sessions will provide Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) presentations for California attorneys. Legal updates will be offered in municipal litigation subject areas: General Municipal Law, Torts and Civil Rights, Labor and Employment, and Land Use and CEQA. Additional timely municipal law topics will be covered, including one hour of MCLE specialty credit. Sessions providing MCLE credit will be noted in the conference program. All conference participants are welcome to attend sessions that offer MCLE credit.
Finance Directors with CPAs can Earn Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credits
With support and leadership from the Municipal Finance Officers Department, a limited number of sessions are eligible to earn CPEs for those with a California Board of Accountancy (CBA) license. Sessions providing CPE will be noted in the conference program. All conference participants are welcome to attend CPE-earning sessions.
State Mandated Training
Training to meet state requirements on specific ethics laws and principles and workplace harassment, discrimination and retaliation will be offered. Understanding Public Service Ethics Laws and Principles (AB 1234 Training) will be available as a pre-conference workshop on Wednesday morning, and Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for City Officials (AB 1661/1825 training) will be available Friday morning during the concurrent sessions.
League Partner Sessions
Sessions planned by our League Partners will be scheduled during regular conference times and be designated with special signage and a note in the program. This is an excellent opportunity for Cal Cities members to get to know our Partners in a new way.
City Clerks Workshop
The annual City Clerks Workshop is scheduled on Wednesday morning at 8:30 a.m. as a pre-conference workshop. The workshop begins with a 30-minute department business meeting followed by a four-hour workshop. CMC/MMC Advanced Education Point accreditation will be available. (Additional registration is required to attend the workshop).
Host City Reception
The City of Sacramento welcomes delegates to the League of California Cities Annual Conference and Expo. Please join us at the opening night host reception and enjoy a selection of delicious hors d’oeuvres. The reception will take place from 5–7 p.m. on Wednesday in the Expo Hall.
The Board of Directors has recognized five diversity groups: African American Caucus; Asian Pacific Islander Caucus; Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Caucus (LGBTQ); Latino Caucus; and Women’s Caucus. Sign up to join one or more of the Cal Cities’ caucuses. Caucus networking events at the Annual Conference are open to all attendees.
Regional Divisions function as Cal Cities’ grassroots advocacy teams. Divisions are staffed locally by public affairs managers to support Cal Cities' goals. Contact your regional public affairs manager for more information about division networking events during the conference. (Additional registration may be required for Regional Division activities).
CitiPAC Leadership Reception
CitiPAC will present its Leadership Reception on the evening of Wednesday, September 22. Join conference attendees for this wonderful event in support of CitiPAC featuring food, beverages, and entertainment.
Functioning as professional societies with educational and networking opportunities, professional departments play an essential role in forming Cal Cities policy and programs. Discover what your colleagues are working on with Cal Cities by attending the department business meetings scheduled throughout the conference.
General Resolutions Committee
Policy developments is a key part of the Cal Cities legislative process and Cal Cities’ annual conference resolutions process is one way that city officials can directly participate in the development of Cal Cities policy. The deadline to submit resolutions is July 24. Visit the Policy and Resolutions page for more information.
The General Assembly is an assembly of authorized voting delegates of member cities. The General Assembly typically convenes in conjunction with the Annual Conference for the purposes described in the Cal Cities bylaws. This year, the General Assembly will convene to vote on amendments to the Cal Cities bylaws as proposed by the Cal Cities Board of Directors. The General Assembly may also vote on annual conference resolutions, as detailed further on the policy and resolutions page.
Sessions and speakers are subject to change.
2021 Session Materials
- A Practical Approach to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- An Out-of-the-Box Technique for Decision Making and Resident Involvement
- Bold Action, Innovation During Fiscal Uncertainty, and Environmental Sustainability Case Studies
- Building API Solidarity & Safe Communities
- California’s Drought: Can We Conserve Our Way Out?
- CalPERS Update: A Conversation with the CEO
- Cannabis- Perceptions vs. Reality
- Changing the Wildfire Prevention Paradigm
- City Finance Law and Elections Update
- Cybersecurity Risks and Cities Strategies to Address Escalating Threats
- Harassment Prevention Training for Supervisors and Officials (AB 1661)
- How Regional Cooperation Makes California Community Marketing Work Harder
- How to Create a More Inclusive Environment for LGBTQ+ People in Your City – Quinto
- How to Improve Public Safety Through Innovation
- Human-Centered Design and Why My City Should Care About It
- Introduction to Labor Relations for Elected Officials
- Municipal Data in Action
- Neighborhood Law Programs: Generate Revenue, Reduce Blight and Crime
- Post-COVID Retail Trends and Opportunities
- Ready, Set, Go! Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Outlook
- Roadmap to Advancing DEI in a Predominately White, Affluent Community
- Short-Term Rentals (STR): A Balanced Approach
- State and Local Roles in Building and Measuring Fiscal Resilience
- Stories of the Census: What It Says About California’s Future
- The Road Ahead for Managing Rising Pension Costs
- Tools for Navigating Elected Officials Who Won't Follow the Rules
- Understanding Public Service Ethics Laws and Principles (AB 1234)
- Unprecedented Action Dignified Housing Delivered in Six Months – Ballard
- What Finance Professionals Need to Know about IT and Security
- Why Culture Curation Matters Now More Than Ever
Previous Conference Materials
- 2020 Annual Conference & Expo Program
- Building a Virtual Emergency Operations Center - Lessons Learned from COVID-19 - Green
- Code Enforcement During a Pandemic Lessons Learned - Wright
- From Vision to Reality Lessons Learned in Complete Street Implementation - Kramer
- Harassment Prevention Training for Supervisors and Officials (AB 1661)
- Housing Law Update - Leishman
- Informing Through Crisis COVID-19’s Impact on Black Communities in California - Henry
- Integrating Lessons from Race and Trauma in Local Services Achieving Better Results at Lower Costs
- Is a Virtual Workforce our New Normal
- Is Your City Really Prepared for Rising Pension Costs - Meza
- Layoffs, Furloughs, & Concessions - Negotiating in Challenging Times - Brown
- Leadership in a Time of Uncertainty, Fear and Recovery
- Libraries Respond in Crisis and Beyond
- Local Government Apprenticeship & Workforce Strategies a Latino Caucus Perspective
- Local Government Apprenticeship and Workforce Strategies A Latino Caucus Perspective - Beltran
- Modern Emergencies How to incorporate digital communications into emergency plans - Cheng
- Placemaking & Community Branding That Leverages Your Natural Assets
- Placemaking & Community Branding That Leverages Your Natural Assets - Ketchum
- Rates, Policies and Reforms… How COVID-19 Will Impact CalPERS Employers - Hutchings
- Recovering From Ransomware - Hester
- Regional Partnership How to Address Homelessness Differently - Arrula
- Resetting Your Community Post COVID-19 - Ibarra
- Resetting Your Community Post-Covid 19 - Ambrose
- Scrap Your Fears About Food Waste Regulations Preparing for SB1383 - Enright
- Social Media & Government What Are the Rules of Engagement - Fox
- Talking Together About Housing in Burlingame Building Community Support
- Telecommuting Policies – Hot Topics & Key Issues to Consider - Yee
- Ten Years After the Bell Scandal-Are We More Ethical
- The Role of Local Governments in Adapting to Climate Change
- Think as an LGBTQ+ Executive Ally Enhancing your City’s Economic and Social Prosperity - Middleton
- Understanding Public Service Ethics Laws and Principles (AB 1234)
- What to Do When In-Person Engagement Isn't Possible - Stelmakhovych
- What You Need to Know About Municipal Revenues
- #MeToo2.0: A Guide to Help Navigate New Workplace Harassment Laws - Tiedemann
- 2019 Annual Conference Announcement
- ABC's of Safety, Communications & Large Events - Haupt
- Achieving an Accurate Count in 2020: Best Practices for Cities - Flournoy
- Achieving an Accurate Count in 2020: Best Practices for Cities - Garcia
- Achieving an Accurate Count in 2020: Best Practices for Cities - Jackson
- Achieving an Accurate Count in 2020: Best Practices for Cities - Thomas
- Ballot Measure Training Academy - Fairbank
- Ballot Measure Training Academy- Dahlerbruch
- Carrots or Sticks? Housing & Land Use in Governor Newsom's Budget
- City Clerk’s Workshop Through the Lens of a Voter - A Closer Look at Elections- Frasure-Yokley Pt. 1
- City Clerk’s Workshop Through the Lens of a Voter - A Closer Look at Elections- Frasure-Yokley Pt. 2
- City Clerk’s Workshop: Through the Lens of a Voter - A Closer Look at Elections - Kelley
- Civility in the Chambers: Impacts on Employee Attraction & Retention
- Death, Taxes and Other Unavoidables: A Municipal Finance Update - Colantuono
- Delivering Sustainability and Climate Resiliency Without Sacrificing Budget - Finkin
- Delivering Sustainability and Climate Resiliency Without Sacrificing Budget - Leuck
- Delivering Sustainability and Climate Resiliency Without Sacrificing Budget - Williams
- Harassment Prevention Training for Supervisors and Officials (AB 1661 Training)
- Housing for All: Framing a New Conversation About Housing in Your Community - Silva
- Leading California Cities into the Future - Keisler
- Let’s Talk Shop: How Are You Managing Adult Use Cannabis - McGurk
- Manufacturing: The Revenue Source You Forgot You Needed - Schmidt
- Manufacturing: The Revenue Source You Forgot You Needed - Vazquez
- Manufacturing: The Revenue Source You Forgot You Needed - Williams
- Mapping Black California: Sharing Stories of Culture, Comfort, and Circumstance
- Optimize Government Outcomes by Leveraging Technology - Garg
- Preserving Community Identity - Bash
- Re-imagining Modern Policing in California
- Resiliency in the Midst of Tragedy and Devastation
- The Hidden Costs of Tackling Homelessness - Barilone
- The Power of Partnership with Gender Equality - Lichtig
- The Santa Rosa Story: Housing Crisis to Housing Opportunity - Guhin
- The Secret to Effective Short-Term Rental Regulations - Binzer
- The Secret to Effective Short-Term Rental Regulations - Szczurek
- The Sixth Council Member: Social Media - Smith
- The Village Movement and Resilient, Age-Friendly Cities - Dickson
- The Village Movement and Resilient, Age-Friendly Cities - Hall
- Understanding Public Service Ethics Laws and Principles (AB 1234 Training)
- Vested Right to Pensions - Has Anything Changed?
- When Wildfire Strikes- What to Expect and How to Prepare - Carey
- You Can Do It!: Early Childhood Policies in General Plans - Slade