Webinar and Workshop Recordings
The city clerk position performs a wide variety of important duties in the operation of municipal governments. For many communities, the position handles traditional duties such as completing council meeting minutes and public notices while also helping manage the city budget, accounting for city funds and filing various reports. Learn the roles and responsibilities of the city clerk position in this webinar.
Ted Nelleson, with the Iowa Department of Management, gives an overview of the new online system to submit a city’s Annual Financial Report. (August 2019)
Presentation recording of an in-person workshop focused on leveraging local government data on September 18, 2019. The workshop incorporated the themes of city finance, housing, and transportation, including information related to older adults and the overall community. The day also included an immersive problem-solving session, designed to bring together city officials and data experts to explore and solve a local issue: mobility in Marshalltown.
VC3’s Joe Howland discusses cybersecurity and what municipalities can do to protect themselves.
The League and RSM join forces to walk cities through the process of requesting ARP funds through the State of Iowa’s online portal.
We discuss the reprecincting process with the Secretary of the State’s office.
The Annual Conference & Exhibit is heading to Waterloo for 2022! Watch Waterloo’s video welcoming us to there.
Watch as we give the Rhonda Wood Smith award winner the 2020 award.
Watch Mayor Terry Donahue learn that he is being inducted into the League’s Hall of Fame for 2020.
Watch Hall of Fame Winner Wanda Hemesath learns that she is being inducted into the League’s Hall of Fame for 2020.
League staff and Irma Esparza Diggs from the National League of Cities discuss the latest guidance from the U.S. Department of Treasury on the relief funds as of May 17.
Learn the League’s five reasons to attend the Municipal Leadership Academy.
April 2021- The League provides members with updates on the American Rescue Plan.
The League, the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation, the Iowa Association of Counties and Drake Law School Agricultural Law Center hosted a webinar on December 14. They discussed ways to use your city’s ARP funds and learn more about the type of sustainable investments made through the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) and the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF). If a project meets the requirements for funding under these programs, it is considered an eligible expenditure of ARP funds.