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June
18+

Treasurers June Meeting...

The Treasurers will meet June 18-20 at the Ozark Folk Center.

June
18+

June Assessors Meeting...

The assessors will meet in Radisson Hotel in West Memphis.

June
26+

County Judges June Meeting...

The County Judges will meet at the Wyndham Hotel in North Little Rock.

July
10+

July Collectors Meeting...

The collectors will meet at the Graduate Hotel in Fayetteville.

August
6+

25th Annual Randy Kemp Memorial Golf Tournament...

The tournament will take place at Ponce de Leon Golf Club in Hot Springs Village.

August
7+

Association of Arkansas Counties Annual Conference...

The Association of Arkansas Counties Annual Conference will be held Aug. 7-9 in Hot Springs.

September
4+

County Clerks September Meeting...

The county clerks will meet at Mount Magazine State Park.

September
11+

County judges September Meeting...

The County Judges Association of Arkansas will meet at Embassy Suites in Craighead County/ Jonesboro.

September
18+

Treasurers September Meeting...

The treasurers will meet at Four Points by Sheridan in Benton County/ Bentonville.

Arkansas governor calls for special session on tax...

Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Tuesday called a special legislative session to take up tax cuts and the budget for the agency overseeing hunting and fishing. The Republican governor said in a post on X that she’s calling for $500 million in income and $50 million in property tax cuts during the special session, scheduled to begin next week on Monday.

Gov. Sanders declares disaster area in Garland Cou...

Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders has declared Garland County a disaster area after severe storms and an EF-2 tornado struck the area on May 8.

AEDC's Rural Services Division awards $806K t...

The Arkansas Economic Development Commission’s Rural Services Division recently awarded grants totaling $806,125 to 29 Arkansas cities and counties. AEDC Executive Director Clint O’Neal, Director of Rural Services Becca Caldwell, and the Arkansas Rural Development Commission presented the grant awards during the 2024 Rural Development Conference, held May 21-23 at Oaklawn Event Center in Hot Springs

AEDC launches Arkansas Site Development Program...

The Arkansas Economic Development Commission (AEDC) is launching the Arkansas Site Development Program to provide matching funding for site development improvement efforts throughout the state. The program is designed to enhance industrial site readiness and competitiveness for job-creating projects in Arkansas. Through the Arkansas Site Development Program, eligible applicants can apply for funding to improve qualified industrial sites’ competitiveness for economic development projects. Eligible applicants for the Arkansas Site Development Program are cities, towns, and counties in Arkansas, economic development organizations, and chambers of commerce.

Arkansas eligible for $20 million in federal flood...

Arkansas was one of three states added to receive federal funds to reduce flood risks this week, FEMA announced Tuesday. Possible through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Arkansas is eligible for up to $20 million. Eighteen other states and one Tribal Nation were selected to receive funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Swift Current Program for Flood Resistance earlier this year.

Boone County officials mourn loss of beloved justi...

Government officials in Boone County are mourning the loss of one of their own. Justice of the Peace (District 5) Fred Woehl died at the age of 70 after suffering a head injury while cleaning up debris after severe weather hit Arkansas over Memorial Day weekend.

Sheriffs from across Arkansas warn about backlog o...

Arkansas sheriffs say local jails often end up serving as mental health facilities. Members of the Arkansas House and Senate Committees on Public Health, Welfare and Labor met Tuesday afternoon in Fort Smith to hear from the Arkansas Sheriffs Association about jail overcrowding related to the Arkansas State Hospital and Department of Human Services court-ordered detainees.

Public-private partnership helps Benton County hou...

Area government, business and philanthropic organizations are partnering to provide short-term financial assistance to Benton County households impacted by the May 26 tornadoes and severe weather.

Gov. Sanders postpones multiple tax, fee deadlines...

Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders has delayed multiple tax and fee deadlines, after severe storms hit numerous counties in northern Arkansas, according to an executive order signed on May 30.

AAC Annual Conference

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Click here to register for the golf tournament.


75 Counties. One Voice.

We serve as the official voice for Arkansas counties. The overall purpose of the Association of Arkansas Counties (AAC) is to work for the improvement of county government in the state of Arkansas. Our website includes information about the AAC and about Arkansas counties in general, including contact information for all elected officials. Information also is available about our membership benefits and services for counties. We also have current topics, such as legislative information and AAC's position on matters affecting county government. A calendar of association events also is available online, as well as links to our many publications. Our nine affiliate associations also are accessible through our website. "Helpful Links" provides a short list of links to other websites of interest. You may also contact the AAC staff through our website and learn a little more about who we are. Enjoy your time browsing through Arkansas counties!


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