Kentucky City is the official publication of the Kentucky League of Cities. The magazine is produced six times per year and distributed to nearly 7,000 mayors, city managers, clerks, and city department heads as well as other thought leaders throughout Kentucky, including legislators.
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KLC members may receive KLC DirectLine, KLC’s weekly online newsletter at no charge. Geared to provide a variety of timely information each week, KLC DirectLine is distributed each Thursday afternoon and is available to officials and employees from all KLC member cities.
KLC’s legislative team needs member participation to successfully advocate in the best interest of cities and achieve positive results. To keep members informed minute to minute, our legislative team provides weekly legislative bulletins as well as ongoing email alerts as needed during the legislative session. Request Legislative bulletins and alerts
The City Officials Legal Handbook covers the legal issues that matter most to city officials in an easy-to-read narrative format. Topics include annexation, incompatible offices, personnel matters, ethics, ordinances, open meeting and open records, public purpose spending, budgeting, auditing, and planning and zoning. The 2019 edition not only updates core topics, but also provides information you need. Order the 2019 City Officials Legal Handbook
The Kentucky League of Cities is excited to offer the 2018 Local Government Code Enforcement Handbook. Included in this handbook are model ordinances for cities seeking to establish code enforcement boards, full text copies of the updated state statutes governing code enforcement, an explanation of the code enforcement process, and model forms designed to assist cities in developing customized forms for official use. Order the 2018 Local Government Code Enforcement Handbook