New Mexico counties began meeting on an annual basis in 1936 to address their concerns and collaborate on initiatives. In 1968, the New Mexico Association of Counties (NMAC) was officially incorporated and has served as a statewide voice for all counties in New Mexico ever since.
New Mexico Association of Counties is a non-profit, nonpartisan association representing and serving New Mexico’s thirty-three counties. As a result of its work, counties advance the public’s vital interest in effective, efficient and responsive local government. Therefore, NMAC’s mission is to work as a united body by equally representing the interests of all counties to promote effective and efficient county government.
As a professional association of county elected officials and employees, NMAC has served as a statewide voice for New Mexico’s counties since 1968. NMAC supports and promotes the idea that all county elected officials and professional county employees must have the opportunity to act together to solve problems and to work for the progress of county governments in New Mexico.
NMAC supports 21 affiliates that concentrate on areas of specific interests to counties. Affiliates are organizations...
Business Partners are vendors from the private sector that find it beneficial to participate and support the counties....
- Slide Show NMAC Board Meeting
- 2013 Annual Conference Registration Now Open!
- Slide Show District Meetings
- Video Why Counties Matter
- NMAC Board Meeting Positions 2/16/2013
- Legislative Tracking Report
- Multi-Line Self-Insurance Pool Member Representatives Elect Board Members
- New Cyber Liability Coverage
- 2013-2014 Wildfire Risk Reduction Grant Program
- Legislative Priorities
- Sexual Harassment Training for All Elected Officials Statewide
- NMAC Annual Report 2012
- 2012-2013 Wildfire Risk Reduction Grant Finalized (see Public Safety > Fire)