The 100+ Club: Organizational Members

Updated May 17, 2017

Organizational members of ELGL receive special benefits, like unlimited memberships for employees, featured job postings, first notice of special events and registration, and more. Organizational memberships are $250, and are the best way to show your support for ELGL.  Sign your organization up today!

Here’s a listing of our current organizational members. If you work for one of these organizations your membership in ELGL is free! Email us to get your discount code so you can create a log in and access members only content, job postings, and events.

  1. Accela
  2. Alliance for Innovation
  3. Alliance Resource Consulting
  4. Association of Washington Cities
  5. Bang the Table
  6. Beery Elsner & Hammond
  7. Catawba County, North Carolina
  8. Center for Performance Based Budgeting
  9. City of Alvin, Texas
  10. City of Bainbridge, Washington
  11. City of Beaverton, Oregon
  12. City of Boulder, Colorado
  13. City of Charlotte, North Carolina
  14. City of Clayton, Missouri
  15. City of Costa Mesa, California
  16. City of Crestwood, Missouri
  17. City of Dallas, Texas
  18. City of Delaware, Ohio
  19. City of Durham, North Carolina
  20. City of Eugene, Oregon
  21. City of Evanston, Illinois
  22. City of Fife, Washington
  23. City of Florence, Oregon
  24. City of Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  25. City of Gresham, Oregon
  26. City of Happy Valley, Oregon
  27. City of Hayward, California
  28. City of Highland Park, Texas
  29. City of Hillsboro, Oregon
  30. City of Hillsborough, North Carolina
  31. City of Kettering, Ohio
  32. City of Lake Oswego, Oregon
  33. City of Lone Tree, Colorado
  34. City of Lynchburg, Virginia
  35. City of Menlo Park, California
  36. City of Merriam, Kansas
  37. City of Milwaukie, Oregon
  38. City of Monroe, Ohio
  39. City of Monterey Park, California
  40. City of Morro Bay, CA
  41. City of Mountain View, CA
  42. City of Olathe, Kansas
  43. City of Pearland, Texas
  44. City of Pflugerville, Texas
  45. City of Phoenix, Oregon
  46. City of Portland, Oregon
  47. City of Rancho Cucamonga, California
  48. City of Rancho Palos Verdes, California
  49. City of Raymore, Missouri
  50. City of Redwood City, California
  51. City of Roanoke, Virginia
  52. City of Round Rock, Texas
  53. City of Salem, Oregon
  54. City of Sierra Vista, Arizona
  55. City of Sterling Heights, Michigan
  56. City of Sumner, Washington
  57. City of Tacoma,  Washington
  58. City of Tigard, Oregon
  59. City of Tualatin, Oregon
  60. City of Upper Arlington, Ohio
  61. City of Wheat Ridge, Colorado
  62. City of Wilsonville, Oregon
  63. City of Windsor, Colorado
  64. Colorado City County Managers Association
  65. Connecticut Conference of Municipalities
  66. Engaged Public
  67. Georgia Municipal Association
  68. Georgia State University
  69. GovHR USA
  70. GovSense
  71. Guilford County, North Carolina
  72. Hamline University
  73. Harvard University
  74. Humboldt County, California
  75. ICMA
  76. Innovation Advertising
  77. Jensen Strategies
  78. Loudoun County, Virginia
  79. Management Partners
  80. Milwaukee County Parks
  81. MRSC
  82. Multnomah County, Oregon
  83. New York State Association of Counties
  84. OpenGov
  85. Oregon City County Managers Association
  86. Oregon Metro
  87. ResourceX
  88. Safe Built
  89. Seneca Systems
  90. Soofa
  91. Springsted
  92. Strategic Government Resources
  93. Suite One Media
  94. Tayo Inc
  95. Texas Municipal League
  96. The Novak Consulting Group
  97. Town of Chapel Hill, North Carolina
  98. Triangle J Council of Governments, North Carolina
  99. Tualatin Hills Parks & Recreation District, Oregon
  100. University of North Carolina School of Government
  101. ViewPoint Cloud
  102. Vendor Registry
  103. Village of Itasca, Illinois
  104. Village of Silverton, Ohio
  105. Vision Internet
  106. Volcker Alliance
  107. Zoom Grants