League of California Cities

lcc_logo_sm_3-12-2012_1The League of California Cities is an association of California city officials who work together to enhance their knowledge and skills, exchange information, and combine resources so that they may influence policy decisions that affect cities.

Since its inception in 1950, MMANC has been a partner of the League of California Cities.  In fact, in 1950, the League of California Cities’ Executive Director also served as the MMANC President.

Today, MMANC and the League of California Cities maintain a strong partnership.  The MMANC President serves on the League of California Cities’ City Manager’s Department Executive Committee.  In addition, MMANC Members are appointed to serve on each of the League’s Policy Committees.


MMANC Representatives to the League of California Cities’ Policy Committees (2017)

Governance, Transparency and Labor: Alexandra Orologas, City of Oakland (representative since 2015)

Community Services: Alina Kwak, City of Fremont (representative since 2017)

Environmental Quality: Bryan Briggs, City of Fairfield (representative since 2016)

Housing, Community and Economic Development: Ryan DeVore, City of Sacramento (representative since 2016)

Public Safety: Nat Rojanasathira, Town of Danville (representative since 2017)

Revenue & Taxation: Deanna Hilbrants, City of Sonoma (representative since 2016)

Transportation, Communications and Public Works: Donna Pontau, City of Livermore (representative since 2014)