Each year, municipal officials from across the state volunteer to serve on the League’s five Legislative policy committees.
The Florida League of Cities’ Legislative Policy Committees set the legislative agenda for the League and Florida’s 411 municipalities. The legislative policy committees for 2021-2022 have concluded their meetings. Sign-up to serve on a committee for 2022-2023 will open in June 2022
Appointments are typically a one-year commitment and involve developing the League’s Legislative Action Agenda detailing priority issues that are most likely to affect daily municipal governance and local decision making during the upcoming legislative session. Policy committee members also help League staff understand the real-world implications of proposed legislation and are asked to serve as advocates throughout the legislative process. Learn More
The 2021-2022 chairs, staff contacts and rosters for each policy committee can be found below. Our gratitude to the officials who are serving as chair and vice-chair of these committees. Their leadership is essential as we prepare for another Legislative session.
In addition to the policy committees, League members also serve on the following standing committees: the Legislative Committee, the Advocacy Committee and the Resolutions Committee. Learn More