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The Colorado Municipal League is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that has served and represented Colorado's cities and towns since 1923. Currently, 265 of Colorado's 271 municipalities (representing more than 99 percent of the state's municipal population) are members of CML and benefit from our advocacy, information and training services. Click here for a copy of our 2011-12 annual report.
CML's mission is twofold: to represent cities and towns collectively in matters before the state and federal government, and to provide a wide range of information services to assist municipal officials in managing their governments.
Major policies of CML are established by the membership at the annual business meeting and by the CML Executive Board and various committees. The Executive Board is comprised of 19 elected officials and key municipal staff members who are elected by the membership at the annual business meeting for two-year overlapping terms. Service on the Policy Committee and ad hoc committees is open to any municipal official from a member city or town. Click here for a copy of our bylaws.
Daily operations of the League are carried out by a 11-member staff.
CML is also organized into 14 districts, along the same geographic lines as the state's planning regions. Each district elects officers and holds at least one meeting a year. The sections and districts give CML depth and breadth in its understanding of municipal needs.
CML offers membership to all Colorado cities and towns, as well as non-municipal organizations interested in municipal government, through annual dues.