What are the benefits of membership?
There are numerous benefits to being a member of the NCAMC. Visit the membership page for additional information
How do I become a member?
Complete the application and send it in with the appropriate dues. Additional information can be found on the membership page.
How do I change my membership information, such as my mailing address?
Contact John Phelps, North Carolina League of Municipalities (NCLM), at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (919) 715-3920.
What are Regions and Districts?
The NCAMC has delineated the State into four Regions and 12 Districts. To determine your Region and District, look for the name of the County where your city or town is located on the District Map.
As a member, will I have to attend any meetings?
Business meetings for the membership are held twice per year, once at the City and County Clerk School and again at the NCAMC Annual Conference. All members are encouraged to attend; however, it is not mandatory.
How often do the Officers and the Board of Directors meet, and how will I know what decisions the Board makes on behalf of the members?
The Board meets quarterly in Raleigh at the NCLM Building. Meeting dates are available on the events/calendar page. The President provides an overview of decisions and an update on projects and initiatives via the monthly Minute by Minute Newsletter.
If both the Clerk and the Deputy Clerk are members of the Association, do they both have the right to vote on issues at the business meetings?
Yes, the right to vote is reserved for active members of the NCAMC, which includes both the Clerk and Deputy Clerk. The NCAMC Constitution contains additional information.
If I relocate to another municipality as clerk, does my membership stay with me?
No, the membership stays with the City.
What is the Minute by Minute?
The Minute by Minute is a newsletter published by the NCAMC to provide information to our members on a monthly basis.