The Florida City and County Management Association is a professional organization of practicing public administrators from throughout Florida local governments. The Association was chartered in 1946 as a non-profit corporation to elevate professionalism among the state’s 478 cities and counties, and to promote the council-manager form of government as the form that advances the highest ethical and professional standards.
Association offices are located at 301 South Bronough Street, Third Floor, Tallahassee (32301). Please contact us by telephone at (850) 222-9684 or write P.O. Box 1757, Tallahassee, FL 32302.
Review 2018 State of the Association.
The Florida City and County Management Association is committed to:
- Supporting and promoting the council-manager plan as the form of local government that advances the highest ethical and professional standards;
- Providing education, support, information and regulation to its members;
- Fostering community awareness of the critical issues of governance; and
- Maintaining linkages to the ICMA (Internation City/County Management Association) and other state and national organizations.
FCCMA is divided into eight districts. Below is the FCCMA district map.
Symbol on map represents Local Manager Associations.