ALL-INCLUSIVE ATTENDEE REGISTRATION
- Welcome Reception (2 drink tickets)
- NEW Coffee and Conversation
- Keynote Presentation
- Exhibit Hall Entry
- Mon. Box Lunch
- Popcorn and Prizes
- Tues. Bacon & Business Meeting
- Tues. Awards Luncheon
- Wed. Breakfast Buffet & Keynote
DOES NOT INCLUDE: Pre Conference Workshop, MCMA Breakfast,
CCFOA Breakfast, Mobile Workshop or Tues. Evening Banquet/Entertainment.
These items are sold separately.
Scholarship Application - CLOSED
MGI credit report
Event & Training Specialist
|MEMBER REGISTRATION - Online Registration is closed. You may register as a "Walk In" onsite.
- Early Bird Registration Fee: $400 per attendee, Expires August 2, 2019.
- Registration Fee After: August 3: $450 per attendee. Online Registration Closes: August 16.
- Walkin Registration fee is $475 per attendee.
Guest/Spouse Registration fee is restricted to persons who are not municipal/public officials or affiliated with any exhibitor. Registration does not include session attendance. The Guest/Spouse registration permits an individual to accompany a fully-registered attendee to events specified in the Guest/Spouse registration options below.
- All Inclusive Guest/Spouse Registration Fee: $100 for all meals and events listed under the All-inclusive Attendee Registration. (See above for details.)
- Guest/Spouse Exhibit Hall Pass (only): $35 for Sunday evening Welcome Reception (2 drink tickets), and Exhibit Hall entry for breaks, popcorn and prizes. Does not include any meals or other Conference events.
** Attendee badges must be worn to enter the Exhibit Hall. Any guest/spouse wanting to visit the Exhibit Hall must be registered. Exhibit Hall entrance will be monitored.
A non-member is any individual who attends the Conference, who does not hold an active MML Membership.
- Non-Member Registration Fee: $550 per person (online or on-site registration).
- On-Site Registration fee is: $475 per attendee. Walk-in registration is “all-inclusive,” as listed under the All-Inclusive Attendee Registration.
ADDITIONAL MEAL/EVENT TICKETS
Registration fees are “all inclusive.” You may purchase tickets for these additional events, separately during registration: The Pre-Conference Workshop, MCMA Breakfast (MCMA members only), CCFOA Breakfast (CCFOA members only), Mobile Workshop, or Tuesday Evening Entertainment/Banquet.
CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY
What qualifies for cancellation: We can cancel an entire registration, or any of the above stated additional meal/event items. We cannot cancel any other portion of the All-Inclusive Registration.
- 100% Refund if cancelled on or before 5 p.m., Friday, August 16
- $40 Cancellation Fee if cancelled between August 17 and August 30
- NO REFUNDS after August 30, 2019.
NOTE: All changes/cancellations must be emailed to Lori Noe at Lnoe@mocities.com no later than 5 p.m., August 30, 2019. No phone calls will be accepted for changes or cancellations. Attendees who register, do not attend, and do not cancel their registration will be billed for the full registration fee and any other event/meal tickets purchased. No exceptions.
|HOTEL RESERVATION PROCEDURES
The MML Room Block link will be available by May 17. However, you must complete attendee registration to obtain the hotel booking link to make hotel reservations. If you register prior May 15, it will be emailed directly. After May 15, the link will appear in the “Thank You” message once you complete the registration process. The discounted rate for the host hotel is $154 and the cutoff date for the discount is August 7. You must reserve your room by using the online link.
** Conference registration fees do not cover hotel reservations/fees. All attendees are responsible for their own hotel arrangements and fees, as well as room cancellations.
|SPECIAL CONFERENCE EVENTS
|8th Annual Scholarship Golf Outing
||St. Peters Golf Club - separate registration is required
|Pre-Conference Workshop: Economic Development Grant Writing Workshop, presented by Steve Castaner, EDA
The presentation will be a step-by-step guide to applying for grants from the U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Economic Development Administration. Participants will learn the dynamics of eligibility and the nuances of creating a competitive application.
|Community Outreach Project
|| O.A.S.I.S. Food Pantry & Thrift Store - can food drive - shopping list
||Join us for a reception Sunday evening held in the Exhibit Hall. Network with exhibitors and colleagues while enjoying appetizers and drinks. All registered are invited!
|*NEW Coffee & Conversation
||Join us for a continental breakfast Monday morning before Keynote and network with exhibitors and fellow attendees.
|Spouses Wine Tasting Tour
Historic Missouri Wine Country
Monday, Sept 9
10:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Price: $35 -includes shuttle, 2 tastings and lunch
|Popcorn and Prizes
||After the conclusion of sessions on Monday, join us for popcorn and beverages in the Exhibit Hall. at 4 p.m., exhibitors will draw names for prizes. MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN.
|St. Charles CVB Event
||Foundry Art Centre - once a train car factory in the 1920's, and now renovated into an interactive art center with studio artists, education and exhibits. Just a few steps away and you can enjoy the charming historic Main Street.
Monday, Sept. 9
5:30 - 9 pm
The City of Saint Charles welcomes the Missouri Municipal League for a fun-filled evening featuring a live show with smash hits everyone will know. Join us at the Foundry Art Centre with plenty of food, drink, and connecting with your MML friends.
Enjoy Giveaways & Saint Charles Treats throughout the evening (must be present to win).
Discover Saint Charles. An adventure 250 years in the making.
|Bacon & Business
||Kick off Tuesday morning with breakfast and add your voice to important changes proposed to the MML policy statement.
|Spouse event at Candle Fusion
||Candle Fusion - St. Charles Main Street
Tuesday, Sept. 10
||Join us for lunch and to honor Innovation Awards winners along with other award recognitions.
||St. Peters FasTrac Express
Tuesday, Sept. 10
2 - 4 p.m.
Registration limited to 100 persons
Enjoy a steak dinner and a short program recognizing the leadership of the Missouri Municipal League. BUSINESS DRESS.
Entertainment: Buckets and Boards
|Breakfast Buffet & Keynote
||Medical Marijuana: Overview & Panel
The conference closing breakfast will provide attendees with the opportunity to learn about the regulations and licensing procedures surrounding medical marijuana. The opening presentation will feature Lyndall Fraker, director, Medical Marijuana Program, MO Dept. of Health & Senior Services. Afterwards, panelists will include Mara Perry, director of planning & development, Webster Groves; Eric Walter, general counsel, Mo-Cann Trade Assoc; and Kenneth Heinz, attorney, Curtis, Heinz, Garrett and O'Keefe.
To qualify for the Annual Conference Scholarship an official representing the municipality cannot have attended the Annual Conference in the past 4 years. Click HERE for more information and the application to apply. Deadline is July 8.
MOCCFOA MASTER ACADEMY
Separate registration required through MoCCFOA website. Click HERE for more information and registration.