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2017 League Annual Conference - August 22-25


Conference Location:

Hilton El Conquistador, Oro Valley
10000 N Oracle Rd, Tucson, AZ 85704

El Conquistador website

Conference Program:

2017 Final Conference Program

2017 One Page Conference at a Glance Program

Conference Mobile APP Information:

Stay Connected During the Annual Conference!
We encourage all League Conference Attendees to stay connected and interact during the conference by taking photos and providing updates to the conference app and social media.

Please download the League’s mobile app by searching for ‘2017 League Annual Conference’ in your app store. Attendees are encouraged to stay connected through:

Twitter: @AZCities
Instagram: AZCities
Conference Hashtag: #LACT17

For more detailed conference information, click here.

League Wins Prestigious Award


The League of Arizona Cities and Towns was named “Best Industry Trade & Professional Association” Tuesday night at The Best of the Capitol 2017 event sponsored by the Arizona Capitol Times. The League was chosen by popular vote of the subscribers to the publication.

To view the press release, click here.


League staff will be traveling the state to meet with our member cities and towns to provide a recap of the major issues from the 2017 legislative session and their impact on cities and towns.

Here is the schedule for remaining update:

League of Arizona Cities and Towns Annual Conference

Date:   Thursday, August 23, 2017
Time:   8:15 a.m.
Location:   League of Arizona Cities and Towns Annual Conference
Hilton El Conquistador
10000 North Oracle Road
Oro Valley, AZ

Please distribute to anyone in your city or town who does not have email. All city and town staff and elected officials are invited to attend.


The 2017 New Laws Report of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns is now available. The Report is designed to serve as a guide to those enactments of the first regular session of the 53rd Arizona Legislature that have demonstrable impacts on municipalities. During the past session, 1,079 bills were introduced in the House and Senate. Of these, 355 passed the Legislature and were sent to the governor, and 344 were signed into law. More than 25% of these enactments affect cities and towns and are summarized in the Report.

To view report, click here.

It's Budget Time and State Shared Revenue Reports Now Available 

18_budg_shared.pngThe League has sent out the "It's Budget Time" and "State Shared Revenue" reports to cities and towns. Information about issues that affect your budgeting as well as preliminary information about state shared revenue estimates are included in these reports.

If you have any questions on these documents, please contact the League at 602-258-5786.

Link to Reports:

AZ City & Town: Day in the Life of an AZ Municipal Clerk

Municipal clerks perform some of the most important tasks in a city or town, though many people might not know what exactly it is they do! A municipal clerk ensures that citizens can participate in elections, request copies of public documents, learn about the proceedings of their city and town council, understand the history of their community, and feel confident that the day to day work of a city or town is done with professionalism and care.

The first 2017 edition of Arizona City & Town magazine is now available and showcases Arizona municipal clerks! This issue highlights what a day of work is like for an Arizona municipal clerk and features some of Arizona’s longest-serving city and town clerks. Click here to view a digital version of the Winter 2017 magazine.

AZ Cites @ Work
Your City and Town Streets: More than Meets the Eye

Have you ever thought about what goes into constructing and maintaining your city or town streets? There is much more than meets the eye!

To learn more about what it takes to construct and maintain our city and town streets check out the new AZ Cities @ Work video.

Arizona City and Town Data

The League has created a city/town data sheet with facts, information and statistics about the 91 cities and towns in Arizona. We have provided this information in an excel format so the data can be utilized for research and information gathering purposes.

Download the document here.

This is a living document that will continue to be updated. If you have any questions or recommend any changes to the information, please contact us a .

For a complete directory of Arizona’s cities and towns with municipal contact information, please visit our Local Government Directory.
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