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Coroners' Meeting...

Arkansas coroners will meet Sept. 11-15, 2017 at ALETA in Camden, Arkansas.


Treasurers' Meeting...

Association of Arkansas Treasurers' will meet Sept. 13-15 at Mount Magazine.


County Judges' Meeting...

County judges will meet Sept. 20-22 at the DoubleTree in Fort Smith.


County Clerks' Meeting...

Arkansas county clerks meeting will be held Sept. 27-29 at Winthrop Rockefeller Institute.


Circuit Clerks' Meeting...

Arkansas county circuit clerks will meet Oct. 18-20, 2017


Judges' Road Seminar...

The County Judges' road seminar will be held Oct. 24-26 at Lake DeGray.


Collector's Winter 2017 meeting...

The collectors' winter 2017 meeting will be Dec. 6-8 at the Embassy Suites in Little Rock.

Plans advancing for new Phillips County jail...

County Judge Clark Hall, Phillips County JPs and law enforcement officials are asking voters to rededicate the 1-cent sales tax that was once referred to as the “Harbor Tax.”

President declares federal state of emergency over...

Prior to the president’s announcement, governors of six states had already declared public health emergencies in response to rising numbers of overdose-related deaths

JPs approve bike trail proposal...

A $3.2 million federal grant for the so-called Southwest Trail would pay for 80 percent of the project's first phase, which includes an engineering study, an environmental impact study and defining the trail's route.

4 Arkansas counties to receive funding for Crisis ...

Each of the four counties that applied to open Crisis Stabilization Units (CSU) will receive up to $1.6 million from the state to operate a sixteen-bed CSU facility.

County officials weed out concerns over Natural St...

County officials are weeding out their concerns over the Natural State's medical marijuana facilities as future growers and sellers continue to work on their applications.

Enhanced coroner training to help put opioid crisi...

At a joint legislative committee meeting Wednesday at the Statehouse Convention Center, Arkansas lawmakers saw death investigation improvements have been made over the years, but much more work still needs to be done.

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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