Education & Training

CML provides municipal officials the skills and education necessary for good governance in Colorado's cities and towns through a variety of learning opportunities (traditional in-person workshops, short lunchtime seminars, and convenient online webinars) on numerous topics throughout the year.

CML believes that municipal elected officials who invest the time and resources to participate in educational events to increase their knowledge of municipal government should be recognized. For this reason, in 1991 the CML Executive Board created an elected officials leadership training program, now known as CML’s MUNIversity.



Upcoming Education & Training Events

 

Webinar:2020 Census & Local Gov Redistricting - Need to Know

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When people think about redistricting, the first thing that comes to mind is usually congressional districts.  However, many local government agencies are also required to reapportion their voting districts every 10 years.   Due to challenges with the latest census, this year's data release has been delayed and there is still uncertainty about when the data will become available.  Unfortunately, this delay could mean that local governments will be working within a compressed timeline to adopt their new district boundaries.  Despite the uncertainty surrounding the timeline, there are a few things that local governments can do now to prevent a last-minute redistricting scramble.

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May 6, 2021 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

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When people think about redistricting, the first thing that comes to mind is usually congressional districts.  However, many local government agencies are also required to reapportion their voting districts every 10 years.   Due to challenges with the latest census, this year's data release has been delayed and there is still uncertainty about when the data will become available.  Unfortunately, this delay could mean that local governments will be working within a compressed timeline to adopt their new district boundaries.  Despite the uncertainty surrounding the timeline, there are a few things that local governments can do now to prevent a last-minute redistricting scramble.