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About MACo
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Overview

The Maryland Association of Counties (MACo) is a non-profit and non-partisan organization that serves Maryland’s counties by articulating the needs of local government to the Maryland General Assembly. The Association’s membership consists of county elected officials and representatives from Maryland’s 23 counties and Baltimore City. MACo’s members determine Association policy and positions on executive and legislative proposals through an elected Board of Directors and a volunteer Legislative Committee. Through MACo’s advocacy, training, education programs, and annual conferences, members are provided with endless opportunities to improve their capacity to serve their residents.


Twelve organizations representing professional county government staffs are affiliated with MACo. These Affiliate Members work to enhance their members’ effectiveness, and assist the Association in formulating its legislative agenda and in structuring conference presentations.

MACo is the only organization serving the needs of county elected officials and governments across the state.

Location

MACo is located off of Main Street in the historic district of Annapolis, just a few blocks from the State House, at 169 Conduit Street, Annapolis, MD 21401.


Member Benefits
The executive director and seven staff members serve the needs and interests of Maryland county government. MACo is governed by a 16-member Board of Directors, including a six-member executive committee. Since 1969, MACo has represented all 24 political subdivisions of the state of Maryland. Among the chief services the association offers to its members are:

Additionally, members enjoy several corporate benefits and cost-savings as defined below:

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