The New Mexico Association of Counties (NMAC) supports 21 affiliate groups that are comprised of elected and non-elected county employees. The groups were formed to provide better networking, help promote and monitor legislation, and provide education among New Mexico counties and their members.
1. Formulate and present legislative resolutions and proposals to the NMAC Board of Directors and NMAC staff in promoting and monitoring legislation that will be beneficial to the counties
2. Secure harmony of action in working toward common goals among counties, officials, and affiliates in the State of New Mexico in matters that affect the rights and liabilities of counties, and to use subject matter expertise of affiliate members to assist the NMAC Board of Directors and staff in working toward common goals among counties
3. Coordinate educational activities among the membership
Each affiliate elects a Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary and Treasurer for serve a 2-year term. The NMAC Advisory Council is comprised of the Chair of each affiliate, the Vice President of the NMAC Board of Directors, and the NMAC Executive Director who serves as Ex-Officio. The Advisory Council meets one month prior to the NMAC Legislative Conference in January and one month prior to the NMAC Annual Conference in June to present and discuss resolutions and legislative proposals throughout the legislative life cycle.
Assessors, Clerks, Commissioners, Probate Judges, Sheriffs, Treasurers
Attorneys, Cooperative Extension Service, Detention Administrators, DWI Coordinators, E-911, Finance & Purchasing, Fire & Emergency Managers, GIS/RA, Health Services, Human Resources, Information Technology, Land Use, Managers, Public Works, Risk Management