Metropolitan Mayors Caucus

The Metropolitan Mayors Caucus is a membership organization of the Chicago area's 275 cities, towns, and villages in the seven-county region. Founded in 1997 by then Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley and leading Mayors from nine suburban municipal groups, the Mayors Caucus pushes past geographical boundaries and local interests to work on public policy issues. The Caucus provides a forum for metropolitan Chicago’s chief elected officials to collaborate on common problems and work toward a common goal of improving the quality of life for the millions of people who call the region home.