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When local voices come together, great things happen. Our cities and issues may not be the same, but we're all united in making local choices. 

Our annual conference provides an opportunity for municipal officials and senior staff to enhance leadership skills, learn from municipal experts, share ideas with peers, discuss strategies for Florida’s future and hear about the latest in products and services for municipal governments. The conference includes breakout sessions, committee meetings, keynote presentations, awards and more.

The 2020 annual conference will be held August 13-15 at the Diplomat Beach Resort in Hollywood, Fla. Contact Heidi Hogarth for information on the exhibit hall and sponsorship opportunities. 


The 93rd Annual Conference of the Florida League of Cities was held August 15-17, 2019, at the Orlando World Center Marriott. Click here to view the resolutions approved during the business session on Saturday, August 17. Conference minutes are available here. Presentations from the 2019 Conference are available here

(Please Note: Not all sessions/workshops had presentation materials and some presenters may choose not to share their presentations online.)

2018 Annual Conference Information


The 2018 Annual Conference was held August 16-18 at The Diplomat Beach Resort in Hollywood, Fla. 2018 marked the 50th anniversary of Constitutional Home Rule. During the conference, we celebrated 50 years of Home Rule.

Modeled after the national political rallies, the Home Rule Rally was held Friday afternoon to celebrate “Local Self-government: The Keystone of American Democracy.” Municipal officials from across the state participated this historic celebration as we stand together, united, in the fight for Home Rule for generations to come!  

Click here to view minutes from the 2018 Annual Conference. Presentations from the 2018 Conference are available here

(Please Note: Not all sessions/workshops had presentation materials and some presenters may choose not to share their presentations online.