In addition, webinars from the National League of Cities and Institute for Local Government are also providing some great resources.
Wednesday, April 15, 11 a.m.
During the Coronavirus Outbreak: Investing in Neighborhoods Where Young Children and Families Thrive, hosted by the National League of Cities
As the Coronavirus pandemic spreads, children’s development and well-being are affected by all aspects of the neighborhoods where they live. These social determinants of health are critical if families are to thrive and are especially important in times of crisis as cities confront the many challenges associated with COVID-19. Please join NLC and our city and community partners for a conversation and learn how city agencies and community partners are promoting public health, bolstering small businesses, and creating innovative new ways to foster community connection — all through the lens of young children and families.
Thursday, April 16, 11 a.m.
City Finances during COVID-19 Pandemic: Revenue Sources, Timing & Where to Look for Help, hosted by the League of California Cities
The current pandemic presents unique challenges for city revenues. As we collectively take actions to protect public health, key city revenue sources and critical services are being significantly impacted at record pace. To assess the impact of the current crisis on local budgets, this webinar goes back to basics and provides insight on topics like key city revenues, collection timing, industry interaction, differences from prior recessions, and more.
Resources from several of the past webinars are available on the League’s COVID-19 resources for cities webpage
under the webinars section.