The Illinois Municipal League was founded in 1913 and has worked continuously for the benefit of municipalities. The governing board is comprised of Mayors and Village Presidents.The Illinois Municipal League:Provides a formal voice for Illinois municipalities in matters involving common interests. Promotes competence and integrity in administration of municipal government. Provides municipal officials with knowledge and experience to best administer their duties. Provides direct informational mailings such as the Illinois Municipal Review monthly magazine; Legislative Bulletin published during the General Assembly session; Legal Bulletin published bi-monthly and sent to all municipal attorneys. Provides publications: the Illinois Municipal Handbook, Illinois Municipal Directory, Zoning Handbook, etc.Educates members via conferences, road shows, and other educational meetings. Provides other member services, including the IML Risk Management Association, and staff resources.