Effective July 1, businesses will be able to use standardized forms to file with the local tax districts in which they owe taxes. Learn how your city may be affected.
KLC posts current grants for cities on an ongoing basis. Check out the latest grants and deadlines!
KLC Personnel Services Specialist Andrea Shindlebower Main writes a new article for her blog at least twice a month. Read the blog, SHARE the blog, refer to the blog. Check out all the categories and articles.
Sponsored by the New Maps Plus program, the Kentucky Association of Mapping Professionals (KAMP) and the University of Kentucky Department of Geology.
Post and view municipal job listings, surplus property and surplus sales. No charge, no hassle.
The KLC City Officials Legal handbook is a crucial tool for any city official. Designed for non-attorneys, the handbook covers the basics of important issues. City officials use this book EVERY DAY!
It's budget season and here's a reminder. Cities need to have a public hearing to get public input on road and bridge projects before spending municipal road aid funds.
This program recognizes cities and officials that strive to adopt and practice principles and procedures that demonstrate ethical and inclusive local government.
Use this Kentucky-based mass communications system to notify residents or customers via phone, email and/or text. Send out emergency information to everyone, or communicate something as limited as a lost pet in a specific neighborhood.
If your city is planning to mark this special occasion in April, let us know at KLC!
New online training option for DFWP certification renewal.
HB 422, passed in the 2016 legislative session, reforms the Local Code Enforcement Board Act. Cities considering a code enforcement board will need to review requirements and update ordinances. KLC has created two model ordinances based on HB 422.
The KLC Legal Team is compiling quarterly updates of the Kentucky Attorney General Opinions, as well as Open Record and Open Meeting Opinions
This update is a great resource for your city attorney. We also encourage elected officials and city employees to take a look to learn what to do, or more often than not, what NOT to do, when it comes to open meeting and open record issues.
KLC has filed an amicus curiae brief advocating cities' interests in protecting a meaningful user fee structure and effective 911 funding options.
In light of this decision, cities can continue invocation practices that do not disparage or support a particular religion.
KLC's Research department provides useful information to members on topics of importance to cities.
Cities have requirements for posting specific work related notices. The posters can be downloaded for free.