The Kentucky League of Cities is excited to introduce the Enhanced Income Fund as a new investment offering for cities in the KLC Investment Pool program.Read More
Cities that suffered damage during February and March storms can now apply for Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) funding through Kentucky Emergency Management (KYEM). Severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes, flooding, and landslides cre...
Nominations are now open for the 2023 Fire Chief of the Year Award. KLC is proud to sponsor the award, which recognizes a career chief who exemplifies leadership, innovation, integrity, and service to the public. The Kentucky Association of Fire C...
Former Kentucky League of Cities President and Elizabethtown Mayor David Willmoth Jr. was honored Friday with the dedication of a park pavilion in his name.
KLC is accepting nominations for the 2023 Elected City Official, City Employee, and City Government of the Year.
City officials can now register for the 2023 Reverse Road Salt Auction.
KLC is seeking city officials and city attorneys who may be interested in a KLC working group that would look at the current KLC model ethics ordinance.
KLC’s 2023 summer book club selection is easy, breezy, and short on pages but will provide for deep discussion.
Congratulations to the City of Southgate for obtaining its City of Ethics certification.
The Kentucky League of Cities has extended its Women’s Lunchtime Series through the remainder of 2023 and into 2024. The popular networking series began in 2022 following the highly rated inaugural Women in City Government Summit. The one-hour-lon...
Make the KLC Surplus Page Your First Stop to Post or Obtain Surplus Property.
The Kentucky League of Cities has the statutory responsibility to recommend members for appointment to several state boards, commissions, task forces, and work groups.
The Safe Streets and Roads for All grants fiscal year 2023 Notice of Funding Opportunity (NFO) is available on grants.gov.
Thirty-seven Kentucky counties and their incorporated cities should begin preparing now for 2023 Community Wildfire Defense Grants.
Cities must submit ARPA reports to the Treasury Department by April 30 each calendar year regardless of whether any money is expended.