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The Oklahoma Municipal League provides library and reference services to its members.  OML does not give legal advice or act as a legal advisor.  Please discuss all legal matters with and follow the advice of your city or town attorney

201 NE 23rd Street
Oklahoma City, OK, 73105
United States

(405) 528-7515 or (800) 324-6651

The Oklahoma Municipal League (OML) represents Oklahoma cities and towns working together for their mutual benefit. The OML acts as a central clearinghouse for information and services for its member municipalities.  

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What We Do

What We Do

Photo: OML's Deputy Director of External Operations/Government Affairs, Missy Dean, speaking at the Municipal Government Day at the Capitol Event

What We Do

The VOICE of Oklahoma Cities & Towns Since 1913.

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STATE & FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE ADVOCACY

Promotes legislation that is beneficial to members.

Maintains an active presence in the State Capitol lobbying for municipal interests.

Protects the rights of members by participating in legal and regulatory proceedings and by filing amicus curiae briefs on behalf of members.

Weekly Legislative Bulletin called the OML Advocate sent electronically during session every week.

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RESEARCH & INQUIRY SERVICE

This service provides members with information on a vast array of municipal topics. Members may contact the League to request information and materials on municipal issues.

 
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2017 MCO Summer Conference

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

OML conducts many training events throughout the year as well as the annual conference in order to provide specialized educational opportunities for municipal officials.

New Officials Institute Throughout the year OML provides an intensive educational program specifically tailored for newly elected and appointed officials as well as experienced officials who want to keep up-to-date on municipal issues as required by statute.

OML Certificate Programs including the Certified Municipal Officials Program and the Municipal Treasurers & Clerks Program.

25-Year Awards Recognition Program for city and town officials and employees who have completed 25 years of service.

 
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LABOR RELATIONS PROGRAM

The League keeps our members apprised of the latest developments on issues critical to cities with employees who are labor union members through the OML Labor Relations Program.

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LIAISON BOARD TO THE OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION

This board was created to work with the Oklahoma Tax Commission on behalf of OML members to ensure our members have a direct link with the OTC.

 
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OML PUBLICATIONS

  • OML Insight (e-newsletter)
  • OML Advocate (Legislative updates)
  • Municipal Utility Costs Survey
  • Salary & Benefits Survey
  • Directory of City & Town Officials
  • Handbook for City & Town Officials
  • Legislative Sine Die
  • Code Book

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STRATEGIC PARTNERS (OMSC)

  • Aberdeen Enterprizes II
  • American Fidelity Assurance Company
  • BancFirst
  • Benefit Plan Strategies
  • Healthcare Highways
  • Institute for Building Technology and Safety
  • Municipal Code Management
  • Oklahoma Drug Card
  • Seibold Architecture & Planning
  • TML MultiState IEBP
  • US Communities
  • Utility Service Partners, Inc.
 

STRATEGIC PLAN

OML VISION

The Oklahoma Municipal League is the authoritative source for information, training and resources on effective local government for member organizations and is recognized as THE respected voice of Oklahoma municipalities in the State.

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OML MISSION STATEMENT

The Oklahoma Municipal League serves as the individual and collective voice of local government officials in interactions at both the state and national levels. The League provides services and programs to its members to assist them in better serving their citizens and communities and acts as a clearinghouse to offer services which individual cities and towns do not have the time, money, or expertise to provide alone.

 

OML VALUES

CREDIBILITY – Our work is believable, authoritative and trustworthy, based on facts and sound analysis.

INTEGRITY – Our conduct is always ethical and we deal honestly and respectfully with our members, government officials, the general public and each other at all times.

RESOURCEFULNESS – We will apply our best efforts, knowledge and organizational capabilities to meet the needs of our members.

ACCESSIBILITY – We are available to our members and respond to their requests and inquiries in a timely fashion.

OPENNESS – we are receptive to diverse points of view and the motives behind our actions are transparent.

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