Arizona City/County Management Association

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The Arizona City/Council Management Association is a government sector lobbying association in the state of Arizona. It was founded in 1954 and is a nonprofit that includes city, town and county managers and other local government administrators. It has approximately 360 members and is staffed by the League of Arizona Cities and Towns.[1] The organization was incorporated in 1998.

Purpose

The stated mission of the ACMA is to "strengthen the quality of local government."[1]

Sponsors

The association has several corporate partners.[2] These include:

  • APS
  • Granicus
  • IQM2
  • RBC Capital Markets
  • Sever Trent Services
  • SRP
  • Southwest Ambulance
  • Waste Management
  • Southwest Risk Services
  • Arizona Lottery
  • Greenberg Traurig
  • Pinnacle One
  • Davidson Fixed Income Management
  • Southwest Gas Corporation

Affiliates

About city/county management

There are 90 incorporated cities and towns in Arizona, 84 of which utilize the council-manager form of government.[1] The council-manager form of local government is comprised of elected officials in the form of a council, board or other governing body, who appoint the local government administrator to implement their policies.[1]

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