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.
The Center for Community Progress released a guide for municipalities on how to draft a performance-based rental regulation ordinance.
Former Mayors Caucus intern Jennifer Kim shares her perspective on researching intergovernmental collaboration this summer.
Report includes survey data on services currently being shared and suggested best practices.
Illinois invested $1.19 billion in energy efficiency for homes, businesses and public facilities since 2008.
Fifteen communities have made a firm commitment to become more inclusive for persons with disabilities.
A series of memos provide guidance for local municipalities in several key areas related to the executive actions on immigration.
April 7, 2015: Read the latest, more detailed version of the Governor’s Turnaround Agenda.
New report describes a framework for the Greenest Region Compact 2, an update to the municipal sustainability pledge.
Click here to ready the testimony offered by the Mayors Caucus Board Secretary, Mayor Jim Holland of Frankfort
The proposed reduction of local government funds would cut the local share by $135 million in the City of Chicago alone.
Visit our new Environmental Grants & Resources page to find opportunities from our partner organizations.
Information for municipalities who are considering renewal of their cable television franchise agreements