The 2022 Wage and Salary Survey of Kentucky Cities report is now available to KLC member city officials!
The Kentucky Office of the Attorney General issued the Attorney General Advisory: Changes to the Open Records Act and Open Meetings Act.
Congratulations to the city of Flemingsburg on obtaining their City of Ethics Recertification.
Congratulations to the City of Alexandria on obtaining their City of Ethics Recertification.
The Kentucky League of Cities is looking for people interesting in serving on several state boards, commissions, task forces, and workgroups.
KLC is providing members a new way to invest in their community, membership in the Kentucky Association for Economic Development (KAED).
Law enforcement agencies have been asked to donate to the war effort in Ukraine. KLC wants to remind members who intend to donate of the surplus property statute.
Every KLC member city now has access to all the resources and training of GrantStation, a leading grant aggregation source.
The Kentucky League of Cities is conducting regional code enforcement seminars in three locations across Kentucky in March, April, and June. KLC designed the one-day seminars to provide legal and practical training for code enforcement officers on...
Regardless of when the statewide declaration of the COVID state of emergency ends, cities need to know what impact this has on their local state of emergency declaration.
The first conference of its kind for Kentucky women in city government will be held March 16-17.
After February 7, 2022, cities that have entry-level drivers may have to follow Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) regulations.
EKU invites KLC members to participate in a job fair on the EKU Richmond campus on March 2 from 1:00 - 3:30 p.m. EST.
The Kentucky 911 Services Board is taking applications for grants that help cities establish and improve E911.