The Metropolitan Mayors Caucus had a robust discussion about the science of climate disruption and its impacts on communities and residents with an expert panel.
The Metropolitan Mayors Caucus is looking for an individual with an approachable style, good membership services skills, and the proven ability to establish and maintain strong working relationships for its next Director of Housing Initiatives.
Mayors are invited to join Caucus committees to advance important regional issues; connect to other municipalities addressing these issues, and access resources to help them take local action.
The Metropolitan Mayors Caucus and ComEd announce Powering Safe Communities Grant Recipients for 2017.
Mayor Mancino of Hawthorn Woods accepted the “Outstanding Regional Impact Project” Force of Nature Award for the Greenest Region Compact 2.
The Mayors Caucus and its partners recently launched an interactive tool to help municipalities determine the best strategies to address common housing challenges that exist across the region.
The Caucus and its partners have updated an online library of housing policy case studies from across our region.
The Caucus and partners recently completed a Homes for a Changing Region plan in Hainesville, Round Lake, Round Lake Beach, Round Lake Heights and Round Lake Park.
The Caucus partnered with BPI to publish this report which provides information about an effective strategy municipalities use to get vacant property problems under control.