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Meetings and Events
Check out our conferences for the 2024 calendar year all in one spot. Print out our PDF to help you plan your year!
Open to all members- municipal staff, governing body members, mayors, administrators and managers. The meetings will feature an educational topic, networking, and roundtable exchange.
Join your peers from across the state to learn best practices for all things local government. This program offers over 25 workshops, a robust trade show, keynote presentations, and plenty of networking opportunities. Intended audience is all elected, non-elected officials & municipal staff.
Connect with peers from across the state to learn the latest and best practices for building inspection services. Continuing education credits available through the Department of Safety & Professional Services. Intended audience is building inspectors and those involved in building inspection.
Calling all Clerks, Treasurers, Finance Officers and anyone else interested in professional development for clerks, treasurers, and finance officers. Agenda is fresh each year, but often offers topics such as TIF/TID, Alcohol Licensing, Elections, etc. This is your chance to network with peers & learn best practices from experts in the field.
This is a monthly brown bag lunch web series on Tuesdays at noon, free to all members. We cover a variety of topics. We hope you join us.
Often times, staff in small communities wear many hats, including human resource expertise. Learn best practices in a variety of human resources topics. The intended audience is anyone with human resource responsibilities.
Newly elected? Been serving a long time & need a refresher? This is your chance to learn the basics & more in Local Government 101. You’ll learn about city and village powers including municipal home rule, hear about how to recognize and avoid conflicts of interest, go home with a quick tutorial on municipal budgeting as well as how to run a meeting and finish with an overview on managing public works projects. In addition, you’ll have that age-old question answered: “what is a walking quorum anyway?”
Calling all Assessors, Deputy Assessors, and Appraisers. This is your chance to network with peers from around the state while earning continuing education credits from the Department of Revenue. Learn the latest in technology, state policies and procedures, and other cutting-edge topics pertaining to assessment.
You won’t want to miss this one! The MAI has been around for almost 45 years and continues to get better every year! Join your peers to learn best practices and earn CLE’s. For attorneys, assistant attorneys and those providing legal services to municipalities.
For those involved in Police & Fire Commission work. Topics include The Role of the Police & Fire Commission (PFC): Duties, Powers and Responsibilities as well as Selecting Police and Fire Personnel.