About the KMCA
The Kentucky Municipal Clerks Association is a professional organization dedicated to developing trust in municipal government. It provides opportunities for education, professional development, personal growth and leadership. We encourage new and innovative ideas to enable members to fulfill and discharge their official duties for promoting the office of the Kentucky Municipal Clerk.
The goals established by the KMCA are:
- Provide a forum for enhancing the performance of the Municipal Clerks;
- Encourage professional growth and development;
- Promotes the interchange of ideas and provides support systems for members.
Every two years the state organization elects four officers and the regional chapters appoint a representative to the governing board.
The state organization meets twice each year, the annual spring conference and the fall meeting. The fall meeting is held in conjunction with the annual Kentucky League of Cities convention. The state also meets with the Ohio, Tennessee, Indiana and Michigan organizations annually at the Region V conference. This allows for continued training and professional development of the Municipal Clerk.