The Congressional City Conference brings together more than 2,000 elected and appointed city leaders to focus on the federal policy issues that are important to local governments. Your partnership with the National League of Cities ensures the nation's cities a seat at the decision-making table with members of Congress, the White House, and federal agencies looking for solutions to addressing the nation's most pressing challenges. Additionally, you'll learn about the federal programs, funding opportunities and resources available to implement the most innovative practices at the local level.
Connect City Hall to Capitol Hill
Come to Washington, DC and join your fellow city leaders in calling on House and Senate members and the Administration to set aside partisan differences and break through the gridlock in order to find ways to support economic recovery and job creation efforts in our communities.
Make your voice heard at NLC's annual legislative conference, where you can share your hard-won insights with members of Congress, the White House, and federal agency representatives, as well as with your colleagues from across the country.
Why should you attend the Congressional City Conference?
Connect with Congress and the Administration to ensure that America's cities and towns have a strong voice in the federal policy debates;
Hear the latest political news affecting cities from leaders on both sides of the aisle;
Learn how new federal laws and regulations will impact your city;
Represent your community at this national forum dedicated to the federal policy priorities of cities and towns; and
Make your voice heard and share your hard-won insights with members of Congress, the White House, and federal agency representatives, as well as with your colleagues from across the country.
The National League of Cities (NLC) is dedicated to helping city leaders build better communities. Working in partnership with the 49 state municipal leagues, NLC serves as a resource to and an advocate for the more than 19,000 cities, villages and towns it represents.