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North Carolina’s hometowns are the LINC* to so many great things about this state. Our hometowns are the LINC to:

  • business growth
  • safe streets
  •  family time
  • jobs
  • quality of life
  • a sense of place 
  • a sense of belonging.

As elected and appointed municipal officials, you understand this. But on at least one day a year, it is worth coming together to make sure that the legislative leaders in our state are reminded of this. That day is Town Hall Day.

REGISTER NOW - Early registration has ended; however, you can register onsite on June 6.

THIS YEAR'S TOWN HALL DAY WILL TAKE PLACE ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6 IN RALEIGH. Your attendance and personal visits with legislators make a difference and are critical to the success of the NCLM Municipal Advocacy Goals. 

We are excited to announce one major change to Town Hall Day this year. Many of you are familiar with the League's "Bring 5" campaign. The League is asking you to invite five of your community's business or civic leaders to join us on Town Hall Day as a sign of solidarity. We know that there are leaders of your community that believe in excellent and efficient local government. Please invite them to attend Town Hall Day on June 6 so that they can be well-versed in municipal matters AND so that they can meet with your legislators to show that they stand beside you, and you beside them.  Discounts are being offered to each of your "Bring 5" guests.

 REGISTER NOW FOR TOWN HALL DAY Early registration has ended; however, you can register onsite on June 6.

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