The North Carolina Association of Municipal Clerks (NCAMC) is a professional organization of city, town, and village clerks from across the state. The NCAMC is dedicated to the continued growth and development of the municipal clerk, one of the oldest known public servants in municipal government and sometimes referred to as the cornerstone of local government.
In 1975 at the 65th annual convention of the North Carolina League of Municipalities (NCLM), a small group of municipal clerks met to discuss the possiility of organizing a statewide association. In February 1975, the NCLM Board of Directors adopted a resolution approving the organization of the NCAMC and authorizing it as an affiliate organization of the NCLM.
The NCAMC is governed by a Board of Directors elected from the membership across the state. One of the primary goals of the organization is to provide continuing opportunities for clerks to gain knowledge and skills to increase effectiveness and efficiency as they carry out the duties of their Offices.