How to Join NACo

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    How to Join NACo

    How to Join NACo

    Member benefits are just an invoice away!

    Who can join NACo?

    County governments. Once a county is a member, benefits extend to all county elected officials and staff.

    How does my county join?

    Joining is as simple as requesting an invoice. If your county would like to learn more about NACo or request an invoice to join, please complete this webform.

    Join now

    NACo provides an opportunity for counties to work together to handle issues faced by counties every day. We are stronger together than apart.

    — Nick Crossley, Director of Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency, Hamilton County, Ohio

    How much are my county's dues?

    Dues are based on a county's 2010 Census population numbers and follow the calendar year — January through December.

    Can my county join anytime throughout the year?  

    Yes. Your county dues will be prorated, depending on when you request an invoice.

    How long does it take to become a member once I have requested an invoice?

    A county is considered a member once your county’s membership dues are paid in full.

    What happens once my county becomes a member?

    Every elected official and county staff will receive:

    • a welcome email

    • a short series of informational emails on NACo member benefits, programs and resources and tips on how to become involved

    • CN Now, our online newsletter and NACo emails
    Will I be assigned a login to access NACo resources?

    Visit My NACo Portal to access your NACo account.

    Note: it is important to use your county email.

    Once you log in, you can:

    • Update your contact information;

    • Register for webinars;

    • Apply for a presidential appointment;

    • And more
    Not a county but want to engage with NACo?

    Become a corporate partner. Click here to learn more.

    Consider exhibiting at our Annual Conference. Registration will open in winter 2022.

    County governments are the members of NACo. Once a county is a member, the benefits extend to all of the county's officials and staff.
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How to Join NACo

Member benefits are just an invoice away!

Who can join NACo?

County governments. Once a county is a member, benefits extend to all county elected officials and staff.

How does my county join?

Joining is as simple as requesting an invoice. If your county would like to learn more about NACo or request an invoice to join, please complete this webform.

Join now

NACo provides an opportunity for counties to work together to handle issues faced by counties every day. We are stronger together than apart.

Nick Crossley, Director of Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency, Hamilton County, Ohio

How much are my county's dues?

Dues are based on a county's 2010 Census population numbers and follow the calendar year — January through December.

Can my county join anytime throughout the year?  

Yes. Your county dues will be prorated, depending on when you request an invoice.

How long does it take to become a member once I have requested an invoice?

A county is considered a member once your county’s membership dues are paid in full.

What happens once my county becomes a member?

Every elected official and county staff will receive:

  • a welcome email

  • a short series of informational emails on NACo member benefits, programs and resources and tips on how to become involved

  • CN Now, our online newsletter and NACo emails
Will I be assigned a login to access NACo resources?

Visit My NACo Portal to access your NACo account.

Note: it is important to use your county email.

Once you log in, you can:

Not a county but want to engage with NACo?

Become a corporate partner. Click here to learn more.

Consider exhibiting at our Annual Conference. Registration will open in winter 2022.

 

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Member Benefits

Get more information on the many benefits of NACo membership with our membership blueprint.

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Contact

  • Director of Membership  
    (202) 942-4221
  • Associate Membership Director  
    (202) 661-8832

Stronger Counties. Stronger America.

About NACo

The National Association of Counties (NACo) strengthens America’s counties, serving nearly 40,000 county elected officials and 3.6 million county employees.  Founded in 1935, NACo unites county officials to:

  • Advocate county priorities in federal policymaking
  • Promote exemplary county policies and practices
  • Nurture leadership skills and expand knowledge networks
  • Optimize county and taxpayer resources and cost savings, and
  • Enrich the public’s understanding of county government.

Mission

Strengthen America’s counties.

Vision

Healthy, safe and vibrant counties across America.

TOLL FREE

888.407.NACo (6226)
x221

EMAIL

membership@naco.org