President's Priority:
We Live Local

We live local, so we should decide local.
Join us in educating citizens on Home Rule!
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2018 Florida City
Government Week

Oct. 22-28 is Florida City Government
Week. How will your city celebrate?
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2018 Legislative

Join us in Orlando on November 15-16
for the 58th Annual Legislative Conference!
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Fall 2018
Research Symposium

Join us in Orlando on November 14 for
the Fall Research Symposium!
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View upcoming events and training opportunities from the League and our partner associations.

Municipal Directory

Find municipal officials and contact information for Florida's cities, towns and villages.

Local Government Positions

Review and submit open local government positions in Florida. 


Read the latest local government news from leading state and national news outlets. 

Hurricane Michael Updates

As Florida's municipalities recover from Hurricane Michael, the League will continue to share important information from our state and federal partners as it becomes available. Remember that the Florida Division of Emergency Management is the first line of contact. Contact information for the agency, as well as for FEMA Region IV, is below.

Florida Division of Emergency Management
County Contact Information: Click here
Phone (Tallahassee): 850.815.4000
Updates (Twitter): @FLSERT

FEMA Region IV
Main Number: 770.220.5200
Fax Number: 770.220.5230
Updates: Twitter - @femaregion4 / Blog -

Agency Intergovernmental Affairs
Health & Human Services (HHS) – Darcie Johnston
Phone: 202.690.1058

Housing & Urban Development (HUD) – Stephanie Fila
Phone: 202.402.6471

Department of Agriculture (USDA) – Jordan Bonfitto
Phone: 202.720.4031

Small Business Administration (SBA) – George Brown
Phone: 202.205.6972

Whether you are a member or not, the Florida Municipal Insurance Trust (FMIT) offers a variety of resources to support your response & recovery efforts. Learn More

Fifty Years of Home Rule is Worth Commemorating! 

2018 marks the 50th anniversary of Constitutional Home Rule. Florida voters ratified this authority in the 1968 Florida Constitution, giving cities the right to perform municipal functions and deliver services without express permission from the state, except as otherwise provided by law. We're calling on Florida’s cities, towns and villages to pass a resolution celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Home Rule. Download Resolution Template | Learn More

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