Become a member today!

AMCA was founded in 1961. Our mission is to promote excellence and professionalism through support, communication and educational opportunities for each member. AMCA is committed to maintaining a high standard of leadership, respect, and integrity in all aspects of our operations and in our professional and business conduct. We strive to reflect the highest ethical standards in our relationships with members and provide educational and networking opportunities for the betterment and enrichment of the “Clerk” profession.
The Arizona Municipal Clerks’ Association offers educational opportunities, networking solutions and mentoring to its members to promote professionalism, leadership and proficiency to the clerk profession.
Benefits and opportunities AMCA membership brings to you:
  •  Arizona Municipal Clerk Election Certification
  •  Certification - International Institute of Municipal Clerks
  •  Regional Meetings with your professional counterparts from nearby cities
  •  The AMCA newsletter
  •  Networking and Mentoring
  •  Clerk's Listserve - an invaluable tool for communication with your Arizona Municipal Clerks instantly
  •  Membership Directory
  •  Committee Directory
AMCA members can:
  •  Serve on Association committees
  •  Serve on the AMCA Board
  •  Participate in nominating Clerk of the Year
  •  Be eligible for scholarships and travel stipends
  •  Attend education and trainings at reduced member rates
Dues Information 
Full Member  (Municipal, District or County Clerk or Deputy/Assistant Clerk) 
Full Member dues from a city/town with a population of more than 20,000 is $175.00. 
Full Member dues from a city/town with a population of less than 20,000 is $100.00. 
Associate Member  (Other governmental employees--with no voting rights) 
Associate Member dues are $75.00. 
Retired Member dues are $15.00. 
Student Member dues are $25.00. 
Dues for new members joining after January 1 are one-half of the applicable annual dues. 
Policy:  Membership and membership rights belong to the individual member, not to the employer. If a member no longer meets the criteria for membership as defined by the Constitution, the member shall be converted to a retired member status as per the Constitution.   The exception would be if the member changes agencies. If the new agency does not have two voting members as defined by the Constitution, the voting rights may transfer with the member to his/her new agency. If the new agency already has two voting members, the transferring member does not retain their voting rights.  Under no circumstances shall a refund of membership dues be granted. 
To become an AMCA member today, click HERE to apply online or fill out the form below: