To our attendees, sponsors, and the City of Loveland, thank you for an amazing event!   


We are incredibly grateful for the success of our 2024 Annual Conference and understand it would not have been possible without each of you!

We thank our attendees for your participation and enthusiasm. Your engagement, insight, and contributions were at the heart of this event.

We thank our speakers for sharing your expertise, inspiring us with your knowledge, and sparking meaningful conversations that will drive our communities forward.

We thank our sponsors; your generous support was instrumental in delivering a high-quality experience for all involved. Your unwavering belief in our mission and municipalities is truly appreciated.

To our host, the City of Loveland, your gracious hospitality made our stay memorable. We appreciate all you did to make us feel welcome and ensure the success of our conference.

We also want to thank Randy McNaulty (mc2 Studio) for providing the beautiful artwork as part of our Juneteenth celebration. If you’d like more information on his art, you can reach him at:

Thank you all, we'll see you next year in Breckenridge!

To access available 2024 Annual Conference session presentations, visit the Program page and click on PowerPoint in the program description.

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Colorado Municipal League’s Commitment to Recognizing Juneteenth

We recognize and honor Juneteenth for its historical significance as a celebration of freedom and a powerful reminder of the ongoing journey for racial equality and justice.

Colorado Municipal League (CML) is committed to supporting this important day through various initiatives, including education and awareness, community engagement, corporate social responsibility, and company observance.



Prescheduled/Preplanned Events


The 2025 and 2026 CML Annual Conferences will occur after Juneteenth, and the RFP CML issued for conferences to be held 2027-2032 requires proposed conference dates do not conflict with Juneteenth.