Founded in 1955, the Institute has been serving local officials’ information needs for 55-plus years. Some of the highlights of that history are detailed in the story below.
While respecting and honoring its past, the Institute is also intently focused on the present and future. In these difficult economic times, the need for the Institute’s materials for local officials is even greater.
The Institute’s effectiveness in promoting good government at the local level is greatly enhanced by its close working relationship with the associations that represent counties and cities: the California State Association of Counties and the League of California Cities.
The Institute’s relationship with CSAC and the League notwithstanding, the Institute invites all local officials to take advantage of the Institute’s resources. The Institute also welcomes the opportunity to collaborate with other local agency associations in pursuit shared commitments to good government at the local level.
The Institute for Local Government (ILG) staff serves an integral and vital role in advancing the organization’s mission, vision, and program area objectives.
The Institute receives staffing services through a contract with the League of California Cities.
When we have employment opportunities, they will be listed on this page and at www.cacities.org/Top/About-Us/Careers. Individuals interested in exploring employment with ILG should watch these pages for specific information.