Thank you to all of the mayors who attended our quarterly business meeting on October 14th, and a special thanks to Comcast for hosting our meeting at Studio Xfinity.
Register now for the 2016 National Shared Mobility Summit in Chicago on October 17-19.
Applications are now being accepted for Public Sector Energy Efficiency projects. September 30th is the early bird deadline.
Com Ed and the Caucus support public safety initiatives in 24 communities
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.
The Caucus is pleased to announce the Administrative HUB by STR – a new software program for municipalities that can help increase code enforcement capacity.
The Greenest Region Compact 2 and companion GRC2 Framework is now available to guide communities towards a sustainable future.
At its March 14, 2016 meeting, the Caucus executive board formally adopted our 2016 legislative priorities. The Priorities have been approved by the nine suburban COGs that participate in the Mayors Caucus and the City of Chicago.
The Metropolitan Mayors Caucus is partnering with ComEd to offer Powering Safe Communities grants to local governments. Grants of up to $10,000 are available for public safety programs and equipment.
The Center for Community Progress released a guide for municipalities on how to draft a performance-based rental regulation ordinance.
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.