Hotel Information
The workshop will be held at the Historic Menger Hotel, located at 204 Alamo Plaza in San Antonio. The hotel has extended a room rate of $126 (single/double) through December 30, 2022 or until the block is sold out. The hotel offers valet-only overnight parking at the discounted rate of $15 plus tax per day with in/out privileges. For self-parking options view the map of nearby self-parking lots here.

Online Reservations – Visit Menger Reservations – no code required
Reservations by Phone
– Call 210-223-4361 or (800) 345-9285 and refer to the TML Newly Elected City Officials’ Workshop.

Additional Self-Parking Options
Parking apps like ParkWhiz or ParkMe may offer additional options. View these and other parking apps in your app store.

Registration Fee
Online/By Mail: $175

Non-member: $205

The registration fee includes online access to handouts, a light continental breakfast, and buffet lunch. Due to limited seating, this workshop is open to registered attendees only and not guests. If special circumstances require bringing a guest, please contact us at to discuss space availability and pricing.

Cancellation/Substitution Policy
If you are registered and cannot attend, we encourage you to send a substitute. If you cannot send a substitute, a $45 cancellation fee will be assessed if your request for cancellation is emailed to by January 6. No refunds will be allowed after January 6. Substitutions are always welcome. Transfers to other events are not permitted.

Health and Safety
Please view the most up-to-date COVID public health recommendations here:

Name Badges/Handouts
Name badges will be available when you check in onsite. Access to online handouts will be provided at least one week prior to the event.

Special Accommodations
If you are in need of assistance of any kind, including dietary restrictions (such as allergies or sensitivities to particular ingredients), mobility, or audio or visual aids, please contact

TML Code of Conduct
The Texas Municipal League (TML) holds educational events to encourage the open exchange of ideas, support professional growth and development, and strengthen Texas cities. We are committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment at our events that represents the diversity of the cities we serve. Please review and honor our code of conduct for attendees – members, speakers, volunteers, guests, and staff – and help us create a positive experience for all participants. Please take a moment to review these important guidelines here.

Texas Municipal League Institute (TMLI)
Elected city officials can earn Texas Municipal League Institute (TMLI) credit by attending this workshop. CEU forms will be available onsite. For more information on the TMLI program, visit Certification for Elected Officials, or contact us at

Dress Code
Dress casually and comfortably. We recommend that you dress in layers for your comfort as meeting room temperatures tend to fluctuate.

Please contact us at 512-231-7400 or at