Local Government Academy

Join the Local Government Academy on May 11th for a day of great golf! The outing benefits the Michael P. Lynch Scholarship Fund, helping municipal officials and employees from financially distressed communities.

Powers
Duties
&
of Local Officials

This interactive virtual course brings to you the understanding of the powers and duties of local elected and nonelected officials as set out by state and federal statutes and regulations.

The Newly Elected Officials Course or NEOC, offers a comprehensive overview of the duties of municipal officials, taught by experts in their fields. More than 1,000 individuals have attended the Newly Elected Officials Course in its more than 30 years of existence.

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Newly Elected Officials Course

This one-of-a-kind course is unique in Pennsylvania for its scope and content. More than 1,000 individuals have attended the Newly Elected Officials Course in its more than 30 years of existence.

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Annual Promoting Excellence Golf Outing

Join the Local Government Academy on May 11th for a day of great golf! The outing benefits the Michael P. Lynch Scholarship Fund.

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Powers and Duties of Local Officials

In order to fully understand these powers and their limits as well as the roles of elected officials to make local government work, LGA is offering this educational course.

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Public Works Supervisor Course

The workforce in public works is always changing and individuals with a variety of backgrounds find themselves leading public works departments.

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Local Government Academy:

an independent non-partisan organization, promotes excellence in local government.

We support and promote a strong and responsive local government system, develop effective local leaders, educate public officials, public employees and citizens, and build collaborations and partnerships.

What We Do:

Each year, Local Government Academy offers approximately 30 educational programs, including day and evening classroom-style programs, roundtable discussions and webinars.

What's Happening Now:

Using TDR’s to Generate Revenue from Dedicated Green Space and Other Undeveloped Land Uses/Types
ARCHIVED WEBINAR: Using TDR’s to Generate Revenue from Dedicated Green Space and Other Undeveloped Land Uses/Types Click here to register FREE Contact: Jim Price...
Managing Marcellus: Industry Trends and Regulatory Updates
ARCHIVED WEBINAR: Managing Marcellus: Industry Trends and Regulatory Updates Free, click here to register. (A Managing Marcellus program presented by the Local Government Academy and Washington...
2017 Selected Municipal Intern Projects
Local Government Academy is pleased to announce the 2017 Municipal Intern Program projects. Click here to download a PDF with the full project descriptions. Students interested in these projects...
Actualizing Community Initiatives – Crowdfunding via ioby (In Our Backyards)
ARCHIVED WEBINAR: Actualizing Community Initiatives - Crowdfunding via ioby (In Our Backyards) Register here FREE (A Sustainable Development Academy program presented by the Local Government...
The 2017 Municipal Intern Program is Underway!
Students can click here to register. Municipalities, COGs and Authorities can click here to submit a project application. Paid internships provide students who are considering a career in...
Powers and Duties of Local Officials
The public meeting of any local government is where the rubber meets the road. This is where rules are enacted, money is authorized to be spent, developers are given the go ahead for a project...
Managing Marcellus: Understanding Pipelines-What Local Governments and Planners Need to Know
In-person Session: Thursday September 29, 2016 6PM to 8:30PM Washington & Jefferson College Burnett Center (Yost Auditorium) 292 E Wheeling St. Washington, PA 15301 (map) Register...

Between 2010 and 2015, more than 5,000 individuals representing 500 unique municipalities and organizations in 14 Pennsylvania counties attended programs offered by Local Government Academy

Participants from local governments have a tremendous impact on the communities they serve:

$1.3 Billion

in public spending

1,500 Square Miles

of land

1.9 Million

citizens served

Local Government Academy Thanks the 2017 Advocates for Good Government:

Local Government Aca

From the powers of public officials and beyond, LGA explains all in online courses and archived webinars: ow.ly/J0AL30b1Nn4

1501 Preble Avenue, Suite 202
Pittsburgh, PA 15233

412.586.5659

Info@LocalGovernmentAcademy.org