Throughout the year, OML works with its sponsors to ensure its members have a variety of opportunities for educational and networking events. As a partner and sponsor, OML will provide occasions for you to meet and interact with municipal decision makers to build long lasting relationships. Visit the OML Calendar for details on upcoming events.
Every September OML brings over 400 municipal officials and staff together to meet and discuss pertinent issues, share ideas and address concerns that are unique to cities and towns. OML’s annual conference features a wide variety of sessions designed specifically for our members. There are several opportunities to be a part of this event through sponsoring and/or exhibiting. Whether you want to sponsor a specific event or be a platinum or gold sponsor, opportunities to be an active partner in this event are available for your organization. Visit the OML Conference website for more details.
There’s no better way to connect with municipalities than to play an active role in bringing quality educational programs to them. By sponsoring an OML workshop or event, you are giving municipal elected and appointed officials the chance to learn and grow in their professions which in turn allows them to improve their communities and their citizens quality of life.
The League hosts several training workshops with various topics including:
Practical Guide to Everyday Municipal Issues
OML hosts 5-6 District Dinner Meetings across the state each year to update members on its legislative priorities as well as what’s happening at OML and across the state.
The Community Leadership Development Program brings together individuals from around the state and provides them with the skills and information to be better leaders.
Quality Communities Grant Program – OML has partnered with OU’s Institute for Quality Communities to offer its members an opportunity for assistance with funding for cities and towns that have been selected by OU’s IQC for a project in their community. This program is available because of sponsors like you that believe in the improvement of Oklahoma cities and towns.