Help develop Cal Cities policy by serving on a policy committee; applications due Sept. 30
Cal Cities will also hold a “meet and greet” for all current and prospective policy committee members during the Annual Conference and Expo.
The League of California Cities is accepting applications for all seven policy committees now through Sept. 30. This year’s application process has been streamlined to a single online form, allowing city officials to apply for a division, department, caucus, or presidential appointment at the same time.
Policy committees are critical to Cal Cities’ advocacy efforts, as they shape and steer legislative positions and policy. Committees meet at least three times annually — typically in January, March, June, and as necessary at the Annual Conference and Expo.
Applicants will be asked to share information about their professional experience and what attributes they will bring to the policy committee.
Each policy committee focuses on specific legislative issues, such as homelessness, climate change, housing, infrastructure, public safety, governance, and revenue. Detailed information about each policy committee is available online.
Connect with policy committee peers at the annual conference
During this year's Annual Conference and Expo, Cal Cities will host a “meet and greet” for all current and prospective policy committee members. This is a great opportunity to meet the Cal Cities advocacy team and your fellow policy committee members in person and to learn how policy committees work.
The meet and greet will be held on Sept. 7, from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m., in Room 204 at the Long Beach Convention Center.
For more information, please contact Meg Desmond, Associate Manager, Legislative Administration.