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Leon County wants your ideas and feedback! Share your thoughts with us by clicking the link below. We’re looking for your suggestions on how we can improve County services and programs. From Parks and Recreation, to Library Services, to VolunteerLEON, we’re looking for bright ideas straight from the citizens of Florida’s Capital County.

Submit your Bright Idea

Can’t remember that one great idea just now? Download the newly designed Citizens Connect mobile app from the App Store or Google Play and you can send us your bright ideas on the go. We look forward to hearing from you and collaborating for a better tomorrow!

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Library Lecture Series

The Leon County Library Lecture Series is another way to engage citizens through a variety of topics, ranging from arts and culture, to science, sports, and history. Our third lecture in the series is sure to engage and inspire:

Importance of Crucial Conversations and Accountability 

When: Thursday, Aug. 24, at 7 p.m. 

Who: Dr. Stacy Nelson, Sr. Master Trainer at VitalSmarts

Where: Leon County LeRoy Collins Main Library, 200 West Park Ave.

Dr. Nelson brings more than 30 years of experience in leadership development to the VitalSmarts faculty. A recipient of the Zapara award for excellence in teaching, Nelson consistently receives accolades for his charismatic presentation style and highly effective training design.

Serving as a personal coach to many hospitals, educational institutions, and corporate executives, Nelson is frequently invited to deliver keynote speeches at local and national conventions. Nelson has become a trusted leader in corporate training and organizational performance. He helps teams and companies increase organizational effectiveness, achieve bottom-line results, and become measurably more vital.

All Leon County Library Lecture Series events are free and open to the public.