League of California Cities

League Partner Webinar Series 2021

Past Webinars
March 3, 2021 1:30 p.m.
Description
During this webinar Curative explored how they are developing local partnerships to transition from providing large scale COVID-19 testing to vaccine distribution across California. The session highlighted the importance of public-private partnerships such as the one Curative has formed with the City of Riverside. 
 
Presenters
Haley Albert, Director of Growth, Curative

Agatha Bacelar, General Manager, Curative

Mark Annas, Emergency Services Administrator, City of Riverside 

Brian Guzzetta, Captain, City of Riverside

Kaitlin Bilhartz, Marketing Communications Project Manager, City of Riverside


PowerPoint Slides
Streaming Webinar 
January 20, 2021 1:30 p.m.
Description
League Partner,  Charter Communications, presented a webinar that focused on how ISP’s and municipalities can partner to bring resources to communities, connectivity, adoption of services, and best practices in the permitting process to complete projects that will increase economic success for residents and businesses.
 
Presenters
Keri Askew Bailey, Group Vice President, Charter Communications    

Antonia Castro-Graham, Deputy City Manager, City of Fullerton

Sunne McPeak, President and CEO, California Emerging Technology Fund

Michael Santorelli, Director at Advanced Communications Law & Policy Institute, New York School of Law


PowerPoint Slides
Streaming Webinar 
 
 
December 2, 2020 1:30 p.m.
Description
League Partner, SitelogiQ shares how your City can help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in your facilities. Best of class technologies available that can effectively irradiate 99.4% of the COVID-19 causing virus with lowest first cost and lowest operating cost of all other systems.  Learn how to significantly reduce operating costs through intelligent facility and infrastructure upgrades to hedge against declining revenues in such unprecedented times.
 
Presenters
John Burdette, CEM, CDSM, LEED AP | Director, State & Local Government, SiteLogiQ

Paul Douglas, Facility Solutions Specialist, SitelogiQ

Jessica Ritter, Facility Solutions Specialist, SitelogiQ



PowerPoint Slides
Streaming Webinar 
 
November 18, 2020 1:30 p.m.
Description

League Partner, VANIR broadly explored public private partnership trends and the associated demands for alternative delivery solutions. The American Society of Civil Engineers scorecard provided a deep analysis of existing infrastructure deficit. As we move from stabilizing our economic decline to economic recovery and growth, government investments in infrastructure are expected to play a critical role.
 
Presenters
Michael Burns, PE, PgMP, DBIA, Executive Director of Infrastructure & P3, VANIR 

Victoria (Tori) Taylor, President & CEO of Project Finance Advisory, Ltd. (“PFAL”) 

Jeffrey Purtell, Senior Associate, DLR Group

Geoffrey Stricker, Senior Managing Director, Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate


PowerPoint Slides
Streaming Webinar 
 
October 21, 2020 1:30 p.m.
Description

Join League Partner, Expedia Group, for a presentation and panel discussion on topics ranging from travel and tourism in a COVID-19 world, to how to effectively regulate short-term rentals in your city and achieve compliance. The City of Palm Springs will share how they created fair and effective short-term rental regulations that achieve high compliance
 
 
Presenters
Richard de Sam Lazaro, Senior Government Affairs Manager, Expedia Group

Lisa Middleton, Councilmember, Palm Springs

Boris Stark, former Palm Springs Vacation Rental Code Enforcement Official


PowerPoint Slides
Streaming Webinar 
Webinar Materials
 
September 23, 2020 1:30 p.m.


Description


Join League Partner, Kaiser Permanente, as they present findings from their recently released playbook entitled, "Planning for the Next Normal at Work."  The playbook was designed to guide employers and businesses through health considerations they will need to address as they safeguard workplaces during the COVID-19 pandemic and prepare to bring employees back to traditional work environments.

 
 
Presenters
Jennifer Castillo, MPH – Workforce Health Consultant, Kaiser Permanente

Brianne Jackson, MPH – Senior Workforce Health Consultant, Kaiser Permanente

PowerPoint Slides
Streaming Webinar 
 
 
June 24, 2020 2 p.m.
Webinar Title Fiber Deployment – A Low Impact Approach
Audience City Staff and Elected Officials
   
Description

Learn all about an innovative and improved way to install fiber with microtrenching – it’s faster,
smaller, and less invasive from start to finish. Microtrenching allows fiber to be installed underground while minimizing disruption to the roadway, traffic flow, and your community

Presenters
Scott Longhurst, Governmental Affairs Manager, Crown Castle International
scott.longhurst@crowncastle.com

John Toccalino, VP Design & Construction, West Region, Crown Castle
john.toccalino@crowncastle.com

Kevin James, President of the LA City Public Works Commission, City of Los Angeles
Kevin.James@lacity.org

Rochelle Swanson, Government Affairs Manager, Crown Castle 
Rochelle.Swanson@crowncastle.com


PowerPoint Slides
Streaming Webinar 


February 7, 2019 2 p.m.
Webinar Title A Path to Energy Helping California Meet Its Energy Goals
Audience City Staff and Elected Officials
Skill Level No experience with social media
Description

This webinar will focus on the personal journey of an elected official towards the importance of
sustainability in their city and personal life. Illustrate the connections between community based organizations and cities and how these CBOs can help you achieve your sustainability goals. Demonstrate how helping small businesses become more energy efficient and green will help your city’s economy and strengthen your business community.


PowerPoint Slides
Streaming Webinar

 


April 26 12 p.m.
Webinar Title Fundamentals of Social Media
Audience City Staff and Elected Officials
Skill Level No experience with social media
Description This class will focus on explaining the rise of social media, who is on social media, what some of the major platforms are in the social media world and the basic tools people need to execute successfully on social media.

PowerPoint Slides
Streaming Webinar



May 19 2 p.m.
 
Webinar Title Conversing With Residents and Tracking Sentiment
Audience City Staff and Elected Officials
Skill Level Experience and familiarity with Facebook and Twitter Required
Description This class will focus on how to pay attention to what city residents are saying on social media, how to understand residents via online surveys, and how to keep the conversation going. The class will focus on tracking who your residents are, what they are talking about and identify with, and how to best communicate with segmented groups of residents.

PowerPoint Slides
Streaming Webinar

June 16 2 p.m.
 
Webinar Title Calls to Action and Social Media Driven Advocacy
Audience City Staff and Elected Officials
Skill Level Experience and familiarity with Facebook and Twitter Required
Description This class will focus on using social media to track where key stakeholders are on causes and issues, how to educate them on individual opinions and views, and how to solicit action by key stakeholder. The class will also focus on ways cities can connected with elected leaders in Sacramento and Washington DC with their social media communications.


PowerPoint Slides
Streaming Webinar


July 21 2 p.m.
 
Webinar Title Winning Content for Cities
Audience City Staff
Skill Level Moderate experience with social media
Description This class will explore various types of digital content that are highly read/viewed/watched, and when to create and publish them.

PowerPoint Slides
Streaming Webinar

August 18 2 p.m.
 
Webinar Title Metrics for Social Media
Audience City Staff
Skill Level Experience and familiarity with Facebook and Twitter Required
Description This class will review what social media metrics are available, what to interprete from them and how to get the most out of the metrics.

PowerPoint Slides
Streaming Webinar


September 15 2 p.m.
 
Webinar Title Why Use Social Media to Engage with Constituents
Audience Elected Officials
Skill Level No experience with social media
Description This class will use examples of elected officials who have successfully used social media to connect with constituents and enhance two-way communication with those you serve.

PowerPoint Slides
Streaming Webinar

October 20 2 p.m.
 
Webinar Title Legal Restrictions and Policy Requirements for Social Media Engagement
Audience City Staff
Skill Level No experience with social media
Description This webinar will focus on potential legal pitfalls of social media use by cities and highlight the need for policies and procedures to protect the city both legally and with its online reputation.

PowerPoint Slides
Streaming Webinar

November 17 2 p.m.
 
Webinar Title Efficient Social Media Management
Audience City Staff
Skill Level Experience and familiarity with Facebook and Twitter Required
Description This class will focus on utilizing social media management tools (ex: HootSuite) and internal content production best practices (ex: editorial calendars and RSS feeds) to save time, energy and resources when it comes to maintaining your city's social media feeds.

Powerpoint Slides
Streaming Webinar

Additional Resources:
   Nextdoor Government Agency Page
   Facebook Verification Page
   Social Media Planning Template

December 15 2 p.m.
 
Webinar Title Is Instagram for Us?
Audience City Staff and Elected Officials
Skill Level No experience with social media
Description This class will focus on some compelling reasons why your City should create an Instagram account, the kind of content a City can post on Instagram, and also touch on how to efficiently manage the account.

Powerpoint Slides
Streaming Webinar

January 23 1 p.m.
 
Webinar Title "Paying to Play" on Social Media
Audience City Staff and Elected Officials
Skill Level Experience and familiarity with Facebook Required
Description This webinar will focus on Facebook Organic Reach, What "Boosting" a Page can do for your Reach, advertising on Twitter and YouTube, connecting advertising to educational and informative content, and the various ways you can advertise on social media.

Powerpoint Slides
Streaming Webinar
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