Kansas City will be the home for the 2022 National League of Cities City Summit, the organization announced this week. From November 16-19, thousands of city leaders, corporate partners and staff will come to Kansas City for seminars on policymaking as well as networking opportunities.
In the press release from the City of Kansas City, Mayor Sly James said, “We are extremely excited and honored that Kansas City has been chosen to host the National League of Cities’ 2022 City Summit. An organization like the NLC has the option of meeting in any city in the country, and we are grateful they selected Kansas City. We look forward to sharing our thriving arts scene, world-class cultural attractions and great hospitality with city leaders from across the U.S. Most of all, we look forward to introducing the NLC to the people of Kansas City.”
City Councilman Jermaine Reed is an NLC Board Member. He said, “I am thrilled to share my hometown with over 4,000 elected officials. We have so much to share with our colleagues, and so much to learn in return.”