In this Issue:
- STATE AND AFFILIATE ASSOCIATION MEETINGS UPDATE
- MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR MEMBERSHIP
- CALENDAR AND DEADLINES
STATE AND AFFILIATE ASSOCIATION MEETINGS UPDATE
Florida City and County Management Association, Annual Conference, May 30 - June 2, Orlando
- Developing Leadership Talents within the Organization
- Preparing for the Continued Assault on Public Gathering Places
- Unique Collaborative Partnership Providing Innovative Water and Sewer Utility Solutions
- Being the Stabilizing Force for a Fracticious Council
- Next Gen and Student Chapter session led by Kea'erra Wilson, ICMA Assistant Program Manager for Membership
Nebraska City/County Management Association, Summer Conference, May 30 - June 1, West Point
- Successful Grant Writing:What Hits and What Misses
- Tourism: Recognizing Economic Opportunities
- Keynote: John Cook - Nebraska Volleyball Coach
- The Impact of Legalized Marijuana
Massachusetts Municipal Management Association, Spring Conference, May 30 - June 1, Brewster
- REAL Talk: Advancing Racial Equity in Local Government
- Labor Law and Contract Update
MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR MEMBERSHIP
Local Goverment Service Award
The preliminary list of ICMA members eligible to receive a Local Government Service Award is now available. Please take a few minutes to scan the list and extend congratulations to your colleagues on their professional milestone. If you think your listing or someone else's is missing or incorrect, please send us a email by June 15, 2018.
2018 ICMA Conference Scholarships: Due Today!
To help members experience the difference the ICMA Annual Conference can make in your career, ICMA offers Conference Assistance Scholarships which include complimentary registration and a travel stipend. Applications are due May 14. Questions should be directed to Felicia Littky. Find details about conference scholarship opportunities at the website.
2018 Coaching Program Webinar Series
ICMA Coaching Program webinars are opportunities for local government professionals to learn about best practices, new strategies and tactics, and developing issues and trends in the field. The live webinars integrate engaging, interactive polling and Q&As, and present an opportunity for open discussion among experts and professionals about issues that are affecting local governments nationwide. Check out the full six webinar series here.
Don't miss the next webinar on Wednesday, June 20: Creating a Culture for Cultivating Talent and Getting Results. Register
Register even if you can't attend; and, get an automatic email notice when the recording is available.and get an automatic email notice when the recording is available.
We Want to Hear from Members: Are Tenets 1 and 2 of the ICMA Code of Ethics Still Relevant?
Formal review of the ICMA Code of Ethics was launched in 2013, and continues this year with a focus on Tenets 1 and 2. You are invited to provide feedback on whether Tents 1 and 2 of the ICMA Code of Ethics are still relevant as written. We need your feedback on both Tenets as well as the Guideline about responses to inquiries from elected or appointed officials of other local governments. Please provide your feedback in this survey, which will take less than 5 minutes to complete. All feedback will be provided to the Committee on Professional Conduct. If you have questions, contact ICMA Director of Member Services and Ethics, Martha Perego.
Don't Miss Out! Annual Conference Registration/Housing Opens June 6 at Noon EDT
Plan now and take advantage of the deepest registration rates to attend the 104th ICMA Annual Conference in Baltimore, Maryland, September 23-26, 2018. Conference registration and housing open at noon Eastern on Wednesday, June 6. This year's lineup of exciting conference keynote speakers includes bestselling author anf popular keynoter Daniel Pink, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, Greg Bell on unleashing your leadership potential, and Baltimore native Wes Moore, founder of Baltimore's BridgeEdU. Read more about the 2018 ICMA Annual conference here.
CALENDAR AND DEADLINES
May 15-17: Association for Pennsylvania Municipal Management (APMM) and New Jersey Municipal Management Association (NJMMA), Joint Managers' Conference, Pocono Manor
May 16-18: Local Government Managers Association of Nevada, Spring Conference, Lake Tahoe
May 17: Municipal Management Association of Northern California, Women's Leadership Summit, Richmond
May 17-18: Vermont Town and City Management Association, Spring Conference, Middlebury
May 30-June 2: Florida City/County Management Association, Annual Conference, Orlando
May 30- June 1: Nebraska City/County Management Association, Summer Conference, West Point
May 30- June 1: Massachusetts Municipal Management Association, Spring Conference, Brewster
May 30- June 2: South Carolina City/County Management Association, Summer Conference, Hilton Head Island
June 1: Connecticut Town and City Management Association, Annual Meeting, Portland, CT