About Us

  1. League of Wisconsin Municipalities

    The League of Wisconsin Municipalities was created on December 14th, 1898 to help Wisconsin cities and villages share ideas and learn from one another, to train and provide information to the people elected and appointed to govern those cities and villages, and to advocate on their behalf with the Wisconsin Legislature, Governor and state agencies.

  2. 2014-2017 Strategic Plan (PDF)

    The League's strategic direction was established by its members in October, 2014 with the adoption of a 3-year strategic plan. The plan was updated by the Board of Directors in October, 2015.

  3. Advertising

    The League provides a variety of advertising opportunities for companies and organizations who want to reach the elected officials and staff in Wisconsin's cities and villages.

  4. Annual Audit

    The League makes its annual audited financial statements available for public review.

  5. Competitive Wisconsin

    The League is an active member of Competitive Wisconsin, a nonpartisan public policy organization consisting of business, labor, education and agriculture leaders in Wisconsin working together to focus attention on Wisconsin's economic competitiveness.

  6. Green Tier Legacy Communities

    Green Tier Legacy Communities are a unique group of Wisconsin Cities and villages that have signed a charter agreement to take actions and share information leading to superior environmental performance with regard to their city or village's water quality and sustainability practices.

  7. Publications

  8. News

  9. National League of Cities

    The League of Wisconsin Municipalities is a member of the National League of Cities (NLC). NLC is the federal advocates for cities and villages as well as a source of research, education and information available to all League of Wisconsin Municipalities members.

  10. U.S. Communities

  11. Photos & Illustration

    Member cities and villages have an opportunity to share the rich variety of their communities and their civic spirit in an annual League-sponsored photo & illustration competition.

  12. Take Action

    One of the most important missions of the League is to advocate for state laws and policies that support local government and local control. You are a critical part of that advocacy mission. Click here to learn more and do your part.

  13. The Urban Alliance

    The Urban Alliance is a forum of ideas, research and policy development for urban issues. Chief Executives and Finance Directors from Wisconsin's larger municipalities gather at Urban Alliance meetings and events to share ideas, research, municipal topics and recommended policy solutions to the League and the Legislature.