Members have access to more than 70 FREE online loss control and safety courses.
Learn how to protect your organization from cyber threats and how to minimize damages should a breach occur.
The League's staff holds onsite and regional safety trainings and site assessments
The League's Shield Services offers numerous opportunities for law enforcement agencies to access risk control programs.
Is YOUR city or town as protected as possible against cyber security threats? If you're not sure about the answer to that question, then the League's Cyber Security Training is a must for your staff.
Municipal Law Notes is a monthly publication with summaries of the latest appellate cases of interest to municipal attorneys and officials.
Municipal Equation is a nationally-acclaimed podcast produced by NCLM focusing on municipalities adapting in the face of change. Highlighting best practices both in North Carolina and around the country, the podcast is helping cities and towns and their residents to understand how technology can be and is being used to deliver services and how municipalities are engaging in partnerships that transform people’s lives.
Southern City is a magazine for and about North Carolina
municipalities. It is published bi-monthly by the North Carolina League of Municipalities
and distributed to more than 5,000 municipal officials and other keeping track
of the news and trends affecting NCLM and its member cities and towns. This
flagship publication, seen in city and town halls across North Carolina,
provides a forum for municipalities and the officials who work in them to
Trust Matters is a quarterly publication that focuses on the League's Risk Managment Services. The goal of the newsletter is to inform participants in each of the League's insurance pools about news relating to the programs and to provide helpful information that participants can use in their administration of the programs.
The League Bulletin is published each Friday. It provides a wide array of information to League members, with a focus on advocacy-related topics and policy proposals crucial to municipalities’ ability to exercise control over their futures. The Bulletin is all about empowering League members with more knowledge to improve the political positioning and influence of cities and towns.
The Loss Control Bulletin contains advice and explores strategies to protect municipal employees and property. Each issue is designed to help Risk Managers and other staff navigate timely topics regarding Property & Casualty and Workers’ Compensation coverages.
The 2017 Annual Report is available now. Each year, the annual report provides a comprehensive review of the organization’s accomplishments and milestones, and highlights the many services that make the League a one-stop shop for all things municipal government. It also provides to members a look at NCLM’s financial standing.
The League's News Releases, sent to media outlets across the state, highlight crucial issues facing cities and towns, represent the League’s position on those issues, and bring public attention to the accomplishments of municipalities and the value that they add to residents’ quality of life.
The League’s Marketplace is a "one-stop shop" for members
looking for exclusive discounts available from preferred
vendors, post job openings and RFQs, and learn more
about how the League’s partners can help your city or
town. If you’re a business, learn how to partner with
The North Carolina League of Municipalities is a service and advocacy organization representing nearly every city and town in North Carolina, helping them to more effectively and efficiently serve their residents.
For more than 100 years, our organization – as directed by our members – has worked to promote good government and vibrant cities and towns. We do that by offering non-partisan advocacy, insurance and a range of other services.
The city of Winston-Salem has invested about $50 million in the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter, a collaborative effort involving state and local government; Wake Forest University; Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center; and private businesses to create a downtown business park focused on data analysis, biotech health research and medical education. With more than $500 million in public and private dollars being invested in the project, today more than 50 companies employ over 3,000 people in the 85 acres of developed land.
This effort began in 2003 with a master plan while building on earlier efforts by Winston-Salem State University and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center researchers. Today, the quarter boasts state-of-the art biomedical laboratories and a number of businesses devoted to medical research. There are software and data analytics firms. One of the buildings has been turned into 243 residential units.