Education & Training
In addition to the CMO program, the League hosts regional trainings, three annual education conferences, and other training opportunities for local officials. The League also works with the guidance of the MML Education Committee to develop training agendas that are relevant and that address current municipal issues.
Municipal Excellence Awards
The Mississippi Municipal League Excellence Awards program recognizes cities and towns for meeting the challenges of municipal government through innovative problem solving, excellence in management, citizen participation and striving to provide a higher level of service. Each year, awards are given in the areas of public safety, planning and economic development and city spirit. Winners are chosen by a committee of judges outside of the MML and are recognized at the MML Annual Conference.
Check out these examples of past winners' applications!
League Educational Training Scholarships
The League Educational Training Scholarship (L.E.T.S.) gives cities and towns with a population of 5,000 or under the opportunity to apply for assistance in attending the Small Town Conference, the Mid-Winter Conference or the Annual Conference. Each year the League and the Mississippi Association of Clerks and Collectors fund scholarships. Click here for a 2019 L.E.T.S. application.
Hall of Fame
The Mississippi Municipal League Municipal Hall of Fame recognizes elected mayors and board members who have served at least 20 years. The induction ceremony is held each year at the MML Annual Conference.
High School Scholarships
The MML High School Scholarship Program provides three scholarships in the amount of $2,000 each for high school seniors in Mississippi who plan to attend an accredited community college, college or university in Mississippi. For details on the qualifications for each of these three scholarships and information on how to apply, visit the MML Youth Programs page.
Publications and Advertising
Mississippi Municipalities, the League's official magazine, is published quarterly and has a circulation of approximately 3,500. Our readership includes local municipal officials in 295 cities across Mississippi, along with state agency heads, state legislators and many others with an interest in municipal government. Click here to view advertising rates and specifications in our 2019 Media Kit.