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 $750.

3.What do I receive for my membership?
Associate members receive numerous benefits from joining the association, including advance registration for the exhibit show at our annual conference and the opportunity to submit proposals for workshops at our annual conference. In addition, associate members receive:
  • A discount on advertising in CountyLines
  • A free copy of our annual directory and the chance to purchase additional copies at a discounted rate
  • A free subscription to CountyLines
  • Free access to our mailing lists of county managers and commissioners.
  • Listing in the directory, conference program and once a year in CountyLines.
  • The chance to register for our conferences and meetings at the county rate.
  • Priority registration for a booth at Annual Conference and any other exhibit opportunities.
  • Opportunity to attend select Association meetings and receptions.
  • First chance at sponsorship opportunities.

4.How do I sign up?
You can register and pay online using our online application, or download the membership application and submit it, along with the $750 annual application fee, to the association at: 
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.