Author: kent@elgl.org

Exclusive Offer for City Hall Selfie Day

Join ELGL today at the individual (one-year or two-year), all-in, or supersize level and receive a pair of the official ELGL socks. This offer is good only for City Hall Selfie Day. Individual Membership – $30 Membership for one calendar year Discounted registration rates for all ELGL events Access to the ELGL membership portal, including: … Continued

#CityHallSelfie Day Award Categories

We’re awarding trophies in the following categories. Have a category idea that’s not listed here? Send us an email and we might add your category for this year’s award ceremony. We’ll have the members choice award again this year – nominations and voting will begin on August 17. Best #CityHallSelfie of the Day Most Creative #CityHallSelfie State … Continued

#CityHallSelfies In the News

Route 50:  Why Local Governments Are Taking CityHall Selfies Kansas City Star Article: “It’s #CityHallSelfie day, so you can officially have fun with that” KTAR News: Phoenix to be a part of national event called ‘City Hall Selfie Day’ on Monday Texarkana Gazette: Texas-side officials hope folks take part in City Hall Selfie Day Glendale City News: City Hall Selfie … Continued

#CityHallSelfie Day Award Winners – 2017

2017 #CityHallSelfie Day Award Winners Best #CityHallSelfie of the Day – City of Issaquah @cityofissaquah Most Creative #CityHallSelfie – Chapel Hill @chapelhillgov & Milford, Delaware @MilfordDE State With the Most #CityHallSelfies – Maryland @MDMunicipal Most Selfies Taken by One Person on #CityHallSelfieDay – Sarah Gamblin-Luig @SirenLadySTL Most People in a #CityHallSelfie – Merriam,KS @MerriamKS Most … Continued

2018 Best #CityHallSelfie Promo

City Hall Selfie Day is August 15. ELGL members can take the pledge for a chance to win a #CityHallSelfie prize pack. Leading up to City Hall Selfie Day, cities are competing for the best promotion. Here are the nominees. In the News DeKalb city invites residents to National City Hall Selfie Day Temple Terrace Invites Residents To … Continued

I Have to Ask: Working for Four Cities

In this series, guest columnists respond to one of three topics selected by ELGL co-founder Kent Wyatt. This week Nic Westendorf, City of Tualatin, shares takeaways from working for four cities in the Portland Metro area. This past year was a whirlwind. As a ELGL Local Government Fellow, I spent the last 12 months working … Continued

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