Since 1913, OML has had the honor of serving Oklahoma cities and towns by providing important municipal training and educational workshops, legislative advocacy, research and inquiry services, as well as valuable meetings and conferences. OML serves as a clearinghouse for our member cities and towns in several ways. One, our educational programs expand our members’ knowledge and expertise with information and training on the complex world of municipal government. Secondly, the League is recognized as the unified voice of 586 Oklahoma municipal governments in assisting in shaping policy at the state and federal levels.
OML services ensure efficient and effective municipal operations while promoting sound public policy in safeguarding local control.
The benefits of membership in an organization that has proudly served cities and towns since 1913 are many, but here are a few highlights included in your membership, at no additional charge:
OML Directory of Cities and Towns
OML Handbook for City and Town Officials
OML Legislative Report (Sine Die)
OML Salary & Benefits Survey (if member municipality participates in survey)
OML Municipal Utility Costs Survey (if member municipality participates in survey)
OML Membership cards
OML invites all Oklahoma cities and towns to be a part of this important organization. If your community is interested in joining us, please fill out the form below or contact Nancee Morris via email or by calling our offices at 201 N.E. 23rd ST, Oklahoma City at 405.528.7515 or 800.324.6651.
Other Membership Options
OML serves 586 cities and towns of varying sizes and government structures. The OML Corporate Partnership Program was established to allow corporations the opportunity to showcase their commitment to these communities by being a valued partner of OML and by bringing their unique perspective to the table.
Oklahoma Municipal Service Corporation
Participation in OML’s Oklahoma Municipal Services Corporation (OMSC) creates an opportunity for corporations and other partners for year-round exposure to city officials while showing their support for Oklahoma’s cities and towns.
OML’s associate membership option was established to promote governmental entities the opportunity to show their support for Oklahoma cities and towns. The annual membership gives members the chance to share information and work along side municipalities for the betterment of Oklahoma communities.
The League’s Affiliate membership was created for individuals or organizations wishing to avail themselves of League publications, meeting notices and opportunities to meet with municipal officials.