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  • Supporting cities, supporting change

    If life were proceeding as “normal,” I would be seeing roughly 400 mayors, councilmembers, and staff in Kennewick next week for the AWC Annual Conference. However, this spring has been anything but normal and we have moved our Annual Conference online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Municipal Excellence awards

    This AWC award promotes and recognizes innovative and effective city programs that improve the quality of life in their communities.

  • Cityvision January/February 2020

    Show of hands: Cities pursue a full and fair 2020 Census

  • Watch AWC’s Census 2020 webinar

    We know the importance of the Census and working together to make sure everyone is educated about it and motivated to respond. With more than $600 billion in federal funding and grant money on the line, cities across Washington are preparing to ensure their communities will be accurately counted. Has yours?! Find out more about preparing your community for a total count.

  • View 2020 Census resources

    Check out AWC’s Census resource page where cities can find information, resources, recommendations, and tools to help ensure a complete count.

  • Cityvision May/June 2019

    Leading the way: Collaboration as a key to civic progress

  • Cityvision May/June 2018

    Bridging the gap: When communities come together, cities thrive

  • AWC Voting Rights Act resources

    Learn how the Voting Rights Act impacts your city.

  • Voting Rights Act webinar recording

    Certificate of Municipal Leadership programThe Washington Voting Rights Act (VRA) goes into effect on June 7, 2018. Do you know what this new legislation means for your city?
    (CML: Roles, responsibilities, and legal requirements; 1 credit)

  • Your city snapshot

    Your city snapshot uses U.S. Census data to profile your city's economic condition, demographic breakdown, housing stock, and more.

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