The Metropolitan Mayors Caucus is a membership organization of mayors from Northeastern Illinois’ 273 cities, towns, and villages. The Caucus pushes past geographical boundaries and local interests to work on public policy issues, providing a forum for metropolitan Chicago’s chief elected officials to collaborate on common problems and work toward a common goal of improving the quality of life for the millions of people who call the region home.
To update the Greenest Region Compact, a tally of environmental achievements for 290 municipalities was done. These are mapped and can be viewed here
Purchase tickets and sponsorships for the Mayors Caucus 2014 Gala, held at the Museum of Contemporary Art on Friday, November 21.
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Commonwealth Edison filed its electric rates for the non-summer period with the Illinois Commerce Commission on September 29, 2014.
Gov. Pat Quinn and Bruce Rauner answered questions at the Caucus’ Quarterly Meeting in Rosemont.
Energy efficiency funding and technical assistance are available through the Public Sector Energy Efficiency Program.
A new resource to assist municipalities in addressing changing demographics at the local level
Information for municipalities who are considering renewal of their cable television franchise agreements