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Coroners' Death Investigator Course...

Coroners will meet for a 40-hour Arkansas Medicolegal Death Investigator Certification Course to be held over two weekends in March.


County Clerks Spring 2018 Meeting...

County clerks will meet at the Benton Event Center in Benton.


Treasurers' 2018 Spring Meeting...

The Arkansas County Treasurers' Spring 2018 Continuing Education conference will held at the Benton Event Center.


75 Member Governing Body of the Arkansas Associati...

The 75-member Governing Body of the AAQC will meet at the AAC building, 1415 W. Third St., Little Rock, AR.


Collectors' Spring 2018 Meeting...

The Arkansas County Collectors’ continuing education meeting will be held at the Wyndham Hotel in North Little Rock March 18-20, 2018.


Coroners' Meeting...

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


Judges' Summer 2018 Meeting...

The judges' will meet at the Holiday Inn in Texarkana.


Circuit Clerks' Summer 2018 Meeting...

The circuit clerks will meet at the Hilton Garden Inn in Conway.


Treasurers' Summer 2018 Meeting...

County treasurers will meet at the DoubleTree in Fort Smith.

USDA declares 61 counties In Arkansas disasters af...

Close to all of the counties in Arkansas have been declared as disaster areas by the U.S. Department of Agriculture because of drought conditions.

Hempstead and Nevada Counties crack down on illega...

The Eighth North Judicial District Task Force will focus on the distribution, sale and transportation of illegal narcotics in Hempstead and Nevada Counties.

'Critical Habitat' rules to be reconside...

The federal government has agreed to reconsider rules that restrict property owners’ use of their own land under the guise of a “critical habitat.”

New 911 system in Marion Co., Arkansas, helps poli...

That system was put to the test Tuesday when a boy called 911 saying a person with a shotgun was headed to Mountain Home to shoot up a school.

Legislators pick new Arkansas House speaker...

Shepherd defeated state Rep. Andy Davis, R-Little Rock.

Arkansas Senate's Hendren focused on ethics...

Sen. Jim Hendren was elected to be the next leader of the Arkansas Senate.

NWA officers becoming better equipped to deal with...

NWA Arkansas officers can now better identify someone who would benefit going to a Crisis Stabilization unit rather than put behind bars.

Pulaski County judge reveals plan to aid homeless...

The goal of the housing program is to help people find and keep housing.

New grant program expands availability and usage o...

A ceremonial check presentation and an initial “train-the trainer” program will be held on Thursday, March 8, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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!

Bitter Pill

Arkansas is second in the nation when it comes to opioid prescription rates. Those numbers are edging down, but some say the worst of the epidemic may be yet to come. Read the entire article from the Arkansas Times.

A Prescription for Action

This joint report from National Association of Counties (NACo) and the National League of Cities (NLC) examines how cities and counties can strengthen collaboration with each other and state, federal, private-sector and non-profit partners to tackle the opioid crisis.

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Guardian Pro RFID and AAC Risk Management Fund mitigate risks for Arkansas jails

County Lines Winter 2018