Frequently Asked Questions

1.What is the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners?
Founded in 1908, the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners (NCACC) is one of the most successful and active statewide local government associations in the nation. The NCACC was established for the betterment of county government in North Carolina. All 100 counties – and not individual county officials – are members of the association. It is this strength in unity that makes the association so effective. The NCACC is the only organization that represents all 100 county governments in North Carolina.

2.How much does an associate membership cost?
The annual fee is $1000.

3.What do I receive for my membership?
The benefits you will receive by joining the NCACC as an associate member are many, including:

  • Access to commissioners and managers (Upon signing up, Associate Members receive an Excel file of contacts one time)
  • NCACC Membership Directory access, available through NCACC’s members only app, NCACC Connects
  • Priority notice of sponsorship opportunities, including early registration for NCACC Annual Conference exhibit booth space
  • 10% discount on CountyQuarterly ad space, 19% if purchased annually for all issues
  • Website listing as “county services provider” with description, logo, contact information, and website links
  • Listing in all CountyQuarterly issues
  • Presence on NCACC app, NCACC Connects, including exclusive members’ only access to live directory, news, and calendar
  • Listing in NCACC Annual Conference program
  • Subscription to CountyQuarterly for duration of associate membership
  • Recognition at all NCACC Board of Directors meetings on slide pre-presentation (5 to 6 meetings per year)
  • Chance to register for NCACC conferences and meetings at the county rate
4.How do I sign up?
You can register and pay online using our online application.
NCACC, attn. Matt Gunnet
215 N. Dawson St.
Raleigh, NC 27603

Membership is on a yearly basis and must be renewed each year.

5.Can anybody become an associate member?
No. The North Carolina Association of County Commissioners (NCACC) retains the right to refuse associate membership status to any applicant for any reason including, but not limited to, companies or firms whose business competes with services offered or endorsed by the NCACC. Furthermore, the NCACC retains the right to terminate its associate member relationship with any associate member for any reason and at any time. Should NCACC choose to terminate its associate member relationship with any associate member, membership fees will not be returned, in whole or in part.