The FBC-LEO was established in 1985 as a non-profit, public policy, research and educational institute. It is a constituent of the Florida League of Cities.
The FBC-LEO creates a positive environment for disseminating, communicating and exchanging ideas and information among members to achieve more efficient and responsible local government administration within Florida’s communities.
Our Non-Partisan Position
The FBC-LEO advocates positions and programs that benefit municipal government. Further, the FBC-LEO provides a forum for elected officials to meet regularly to discuss and implement ideas to better their respective communities and to promote harmony and cooperation among its members and stakeholders.
Our Legislative Partners
The FBC-LEO is dedicated to embracing elected officials, its members and stakeholders with the support, tools, training, technical assistance and advocacy that facilitate their growth, development and leadership capacity.
NLC – LEO
National League of Cities of Local Elected Officials
The National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials (NBC-LEO) is a network and caucus within NLC that represents the interests of African American local elected officials. Created in 1970, the caucus is a space for members to express themselves, share best practices and ensure that NLC’s policies and programs benefit their community.
FLC – Florida League of Cities, Inc.
The Florida League of Cities offers free On Demand training for members. The majority of these “webinar” style trainings are recorded live and then made accessible for you to watch at a time and place convenient to your schedule.
African-American Local Elected Officials
FBC – LEO
Our organization is here to assist elected officials and our members to better serve Florida communities
Regular Member (Current Mayor or City or County Commissioner)
Associate Member (Former Mayor or City or County Commissioner)
Supporting Member (Other Individuals or Corporations)