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

Searchable District Council Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) Library Now Available

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We understand that communities around the country may be facing similar challenges. In an effort to connect these…

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Policy Perspective: Urban Resilience Part II

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ULI resources to build resilience in the face of extreme weather and climate change.

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Policy Perspective: Urban Resilience Part I

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Rebuild by Design, ULI’s Resilient Cities Conference, and Coastal Development

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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