The Kentucky League of Cities is a nonprofit association that provides a number of services including legal research and information, legislative advocacy, training, insurance, loss control, and employee benefits to nearly 400 cities across the state.
Our job at the Kentucky League of Cities is to connect members with educational opportunities that will deepen your understanding of your role as a city official and help you to be the public servant who truly contributes to an improved quality of life for your citizens through effective local governance. Some of the most popular legal services KLC provides include:
Access to sample ordinances on common topics such as nuisance enforcement, animal control, alcohol regulation, business licenses, and zoning
Assistance with general questions about municipal law, including providing existing written opinions, regulations, statutes, cases, or articles
Access to the city attorney listserve, where city attorneys can discuss legal issues with other municipal attorneys across the state
City attorney continuing legal education opportunities
News updates on OAG opinions, court rulings and reminders on important deadlines and requirements for city governments
Training and seminars on a wide range of municipal law topics
Additionally, cities are represented through KLC's legislative advocacy and legal advocacy programs, which represent the collective interests of KLC's member cities to the General Assembly and the Kentucky court system.
For additional information about these services or the City Officials Legal Handbook, you may contact the KLC Municipal Law staff at 1-800-876-4552 or visit www.klc.org. We wish you well during your term in office or employment and look forward to assisting you in your role.