Alaska Municipal League

The Alaska Municipal League (AML) is a voluntary, nonprofit, nonpartisan, statewide organization of 165 cities, boroughs, and unified municipalities, representing over 97 percent of Alaska’s residents. Originally organized in 1950, the League of Alaska Cities became the Alaska Municipal League in 1962 when boroughs joined the League.

The mission of the Alaska Municipal League is to:

  1. Represent the unified voice of Alaska’s local governments to successfully influence state and federal decision making.
  2. Build consensus and partnerships to address Alaska’s Challenges, and
  3. Provide training and joint services to strengthen Alaska’s local governments.

Alaska Conference of Mayors

The ACoM and AML work together to form a municipal consensus on statewide and federal issues facing Alaskan local governments.

The purpose of the Alaska Conference of Mayors (ACoM) is to offer an opportunity for the mayors to discuss issues of common concern, to work together for the betterment of their municipalities, and to improve the understanding of information about municipalities in Alaska.

ACoM Online Resource Center