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Oct 2016


Long Beach Convention Center 300 East Ocean Boulevard Long Beach , California 90802
Tel: (562) 436-3636
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2016 League Of California Cities Annual Conference & Expo

1,900 0


Event Overview:

Hear new legal and legislative updates, debate controversial issues and vote on League Resolutions as your city’s delegate.

Join us for timely topics and quality content. Select your personalized learning schedule from breakouts, CityTalks, discussion forums, speaker theaters and general session keynotes.


Meet exhibitors with the latest information on new and innovative products and technologies. Learn what services are available and discover emerging trends. The two-day expo will connect you with more than 225 companies whose goals are to educate, demonstrate and disseminate state of the art products and services that will assist you and your organization provide quality services to your community. The expo complements the conference program by providing additional resources and creating an unmatched marketplace of specialized products and services in communication, economic development & redevelopment, elections, emergency services, engineering services, environmental services, records management, solid waste & recycling, transportation & streets, water & wastewater and much more.

Exhibitor Information:

The League of California Cities Annual Conference & Expo is the largest premiere event in California that connects you and your products and services with an estimated 1,900+ city officials from throughout California.

In addition to mayors, council members, city managers, city attorneys and city clerks, attendees include other influential decision-makers from the departments of finance, parks and recreation, public works and planning.

About The League of California Cities:

The League of California Cities is an association of California city officials who work together to enhance their knowledge and skills, exchange information, and combine resources so that they may influence policy decisions that affect cities.


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