Event Recordings

Webinar and e-Workshop recordings and materials are available for purchase after the event has occured. Below is a list of available events, along with the order form.

e-Workshops Available for Purchase

  • 2022 Council Members Seminar
    ($25 Member & Municipal Non-Member)
  • 2022 e-Workshop for City and Town Managers
    ($50 Member & Municipal Non-Member)
  • 2022 Hot Topic Workshop: Social Media
    ($50 Member & Municipal Non-Member)
  • 2022 Annual Clerk-Treasurers School
    ($25 Member / $50 Municipal Non-Member)
  • 2022 Annual Budget Workshop
    ($25 Member / $50 Municipal Non-Member)
  • 2021 Council Members Seminar: Virtual Budgeting Course and Code Enforcement Workshop
    ($25 Member & Municipal Non-Member)
  • 2021 e-Workshop for City and Town Managers
    ($50 Member & Municipal Non-Member)
  • 2021 Virtual Meetings e-Workshop
    ($50 Member & Municipal Non-Member)

Webinars Available for Purchase

The recording and materials from every Aim webinar is available for $25 for Aim Members and $55 for municipal non-members.


  • Building Assessments for Targeted Redevelopment Strategies
  • Indiana’s Unsafe Building Law: Using the Statute to Eliminate Blight
  • Utility Liens


  • 2022 Legislative Session Recap
  • 2023 Legislative Session Preview
  • After the Career: Your Employees’ Retirement
  • An Open Book: Access to Public Records Act
  • ARPA Updates on Treasury Department’s Final Rule
  • Clean Energy Tax Credits through the Inflation Reduction Act
  • Fair Labor Standards Act and Your Employees
  • Funding through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) – How Communities Can Best Position Themselves to Secure Funding
  • How to Save Money on Your Next Project: Hire the Best with Quality Based Selection
  • Is Your Municipality Paying Its Employees Correctly?
  • Legislative Changes to the Utility Receipts Tax
  • Legislative Process 101
  • Lessons Learned from an ARPA Audit
  • Municipal Social Media Accounts
  • Residential Development: An Essential Economic Development Tool for Municipalities
  • Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
  • State and Local Partnership with the Indiana Civil Rights Commission
  • Staying Safe with Internal Controls
  • Understanding PFAS and the EPA’s New Health Advisories
  • Virtual Meetings


  • 2021 Legislative Session Recap
  • 2022 Legislative Session Preview
  • A New Map: Municipal Redistricting
  • Accessibility 101: The History and Key Compliance Issues
  • Act Now: Solar Energy for Indiana Municipalities
  • ARPA Funding: Timing and Process for Distribution to NEUs
  • Build Operate Transfer (BOT): Effective Funding Option
  • Building a Thriving Community: Leadership, Asset Management, and Communications
  • Cyber Attacks & State Requirements for Incident Reporting
  • Emergency Response in your Community
  • If You Expect It … Inspect It!
  • Mental Health in the Workplace
  • Monitoring your Community Water System for Forever Chemicals (PFAS)
  • Municipal Role in Real Estate Development: Adaptive Reuse
  • Offset Debt with TRECS
  • Public Access & Indiana’s New Electronic Meetings Law
  • Renewable Energy for Indiana Municipalities: From Soup to Nuts
  • Sheltering-at-Home: Steps to Mitigate COVID-19
  • The American Rescue Plan Act: An Overview of the Department of Treasury’s Guidance
  • The Importance of Effective Benefits Education
  • Unbe-lease-able! Owning Equipment While Spreading Costs Over Time
  • What We Learned from the Water Loss Audits


  • 2020 Legislative Session Recap
  • 2021 Legislative Session Preview
  • Bidding Public Works Projects: Common Pitfalls and Considerations
  • Code Enforcement 101
  • Connecting on Social Media
  • Developing Internal Controls
  • Emergency Management and After-action Assessments
  • HEA 1131: Water & Sewer Main Extension Rule
  • Lead Service Line Replacements: A Municipal Experience
  • Mental Health in Your Community
  • Navigating Development Project Curveballs: Change Orders and Contingency
  • Regulating Police Conduct: What Indiana Municipalities Need to Know
  • Tax Increment Financing: What You Need to Know
  • The Basics of Media Relations
  • The Digital Battlefield: A Look at Cyber Security in Local Government
  • The Impact of Fraud on Municipalities
  • Using the SRF to Rehab, Repair, and Replace Wastewater
  • Using the Sun: The Advantages of Solar for Municipalities
  • Utility Board Structures: Does Your Board Comply with State Law?
  • What’s Your Score? The Hoosier Resilience Index
  • You’ve Been Served – Now What?


  • 2018 Legislative Session Recap
  • 2019 Legislative Session Preview
  • Community Canvas: Creating Public Art
  • Conflict Resolution within Municipal Government
  • How to Connect in 280 Characters: Legislators, Citizens, and Communities
  • Parks, Recreation, and the ADA
  • Planning and Design for Active Living
  • Planning for the Holidays in the Workplace
  • The Opioid Epidemic in Indiana: Linking Municipal Officials to Information and Resources
  • Up in the Air: Drones in the City
  • Utilizing Next Level Jobs to become Hubs of Talent


  • 2019 Legislative Session Recap
  • 2020 Legislative Session Preview
  • A Bill Becomes Law – Now What?
  • Are You Covered? Liability Insurance for your Municipality
  • Easements
  • Grants from Start to Finish
  • How to Keep Public Meetings Under Control
  • Managing a Municipal Utility: Best Practices & Implications of HEA 1347
  • Newly Elected Officials Training for New Office Holders
  • Opportunity Zones
  • Past Due Notices and Disconnects: Creative Solutions for Handling Utilities
  • Records Retention: Paper & Digital
  • You Won the Election – Now What? Keeping Out of Trouble with the 1st Amendment Rights of Employees


  • 2017 Legislative Session Recap
  • 2018 Legislative Session Preview
  • Don’t Cause a Tiff: Understand the New Requirements for TIF Annual Reporting
  • Gun Permits & Regulations
  • Highway Annual Operational Report Updates
  • Social Media in the Workplace
  • Staying Out of Trouble: INDOT’s Conflict of Interest Rule
  • The Misconceptions of TIF
  • Using Crowdfunding to Finance Quality of Place Projects
  • Utilizing the Community Rating System (CRS) Program
  • Zoning Code Enforcement