Advocate for your locality at the VACo Local Government Day | In Partnership with VML and VAPDC

January 9, 2020

February 6, 2020 | Omni Richmond Hotel
100 S 12th Street | Richmond, VA 23219
Registration Form | Register Online | Omni Room Reservation Form

Join us at the VACo/VML/VAPDC Local Government Day on Thursday, February 6! This is our day to advocate for localities at the 2020 General Assembly Session.

The event kicks off at noon. Governor Ralph Northam has been invited to speak. In addition, VACo and VML staff will provide legislative reports on the major issues facing Localities in the 2020 General Assembly Session. Attendees will spend the afternoon meeting and advocating their General Assembly representatives. There’s a reception for VACo members and state legislators at 530pm.

930am          VACo Board of Directors’ Meeting

11am              Registration

1130am        Box Lunch

Noon             Governor Ralph Northam (Invited) | VACo and VML Staff Reports

Afternoon   Visit Capitol and Lobby Legislators

530pm          Reception

For information on how to reach your representatives, see the Virginia House of Delegates and the Senate of Virginia member websites. Find information about VACo’s positions in the 2020 Legislative Program. We will distribute the Local Government Day Bulletin at the event.

Local leaders will have the opportunity to advocate on behalf of localities throughout the day and network and share information at a reception in the evening. Be a part of the legislative process at the 2020 General Assembly Session.

Register for the event at VACo Local Government Day Online or fax the Registration Form to 804.788.0083. Also, here’s how you can book a room at the Omni Richmond Hotel. Be sure to book your room soon as the deadline for this special rate is January 17, 2020.

 VACo Contact: Valerie Russell

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