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2018 KMCA Membership Drive.pdf

The KMCA Board has approved a Membership Drive that starts today! The drive is to encourage membership in our association with the focus being on cities who have not been members in the last year. To assist with this endeavor, I have attached a list of cities that did not have a member in 2017 (those that are highlighted have paid memberships this year).  I also attached a flyer and our updated brochure that include talking points to assist when reaching out to other clerks. Some things you might want to focus on are:


·         During the drive membership cost is only $35! 

·         Membership gives them access to KMCA member forums where they can ask questions and get help.

·         Membership provides discounted training.

·         Membership provides eligibility for scholarships.


The drive ends on Friday, April 20, 2018. The KMCA member who recruits the most new members, will win a $100 VISA gift card to be awarded at Spring Conference. In order to get credit, the new member must list your name on their Membership Application form.


If you have any questions, please contact me or any of our board members!  Good luck!  


Kathy J. Walker, CMC

Assistant City Clerk

City of Nicholasville

517 North Main Street

Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356

859.885.1121 phone

Become a Member 

To become a member of the Kentucky Municipal Clerks Association, please complete the online registration form, then print the membership form and mail it with a check for $45 for annual dues to the KMCA Treasurer.

  • Complete the online registration form.
  • Print and mail the completed membership form along with dues
  • A KMCA representative will contact you.
  • Networking Opportunities

    Members of the Association have the opportunity to meet other Municipal Clerks from throughout the Commonwealth from cities of similar size who share common issues and/or opportunities. This gives the membership a tremendous information source by allowing the discussions of successes and challenges when faced with common issues. Many clerks who are members of KMCA describe the opportunities for networking through the association as invaluable.

    Earn Certified Kentucky Municipal Clerk (CKMC) status

    In 1982 KMCA voted to award certificates to all municipal clerks and members of the clerk's office who have been a dues-paying KMCA member for a minimum of two years and complete the Kentucky Municipal Clerks Institute. Your membership in KMCA paired with completing the Institute (120 hours of training in three one-week sessions over a three-year period) qualify you as a Certified Kentucky Municipal Clerk (CKMC) with no further requirements or application fees necessary. We strongly believe those who become a CKMC will have learned the benefits of being involved with KMCA and will continue with their membership.

    The more clerks know, the more clerks grow

    The KMCA not only offers educational opportunities, but also allows clerks to serve on state education and legislative committees, local chapter committees, and on IIMC committees. All of these committees can increase the clerks' confidence and leadership abilities. The KMCA is also a voting member of the KLC Board of Directors.