Local Organizing Committees

The creation of a local organizing committees (LOC) is the first step to becoming a District Council. It is designed to assist members to build a foundation over a 1-2 year period and create the capacity to operate as a financially self-sufficient enterprise delivering the ULI mission at the local level, deserving of formal ULI recognition as a District/National Council. The communities in this section are on their way to being District Councils.

From Our District Councils

Healthy Places for All: The Role of the Real Estate Industry

Henry Cisneros delivers the keynote address at the third annual WalkUPs Conference. (Photo by Michael J. Yourishin, Prince George's County)

The third annual Walkable Urban Places (WalkUPs) Conference in Washington, DC, in mid-September focused on ways to improve…

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ULI Colorado hosts Salon on Building Healthy Places, completes first two Building Healthy Places Workshops

Panelists at ULI Colorado's Salon on Building Healthy Places discuss links between real estate and health.

ULI Colorado has a number of projects and efforts underway that focus on health, including a Salon on…

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Policy Perspective: TIF and Redevelopment

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A look at what is happening with tax increment financing and redevelopment.

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Contact

Marilee Utter
Executive Vice President,
District Council Program
Phone: 303-534-6620

Heidi Sweetnam
Vice President,
District Councils
Phone: 202-624-7170

Caroline Sullivan
Senior Associate,
District Councils
Phone: 202-624-7014

Iskra Marinova
Administrative Assistant,
District Councils
Phone: 202-624-7161