About ACCG

ACCG is a nonprofit instrumentality of Georgia’s county governments.  Formed in 1914 with 19 charter county members, today ACCG serves as the consensus building, training, and legislative organization for all 159 county governments in the state.

Its mission is to enhance the role, stature and responsiveness of county government in Georgia.  Since counties are the level of government closest to the people and serve all the people of the state, ACCG promotes the ability of Georgia counties to provide public services responsibly, efficiently, and cost effectively through cooperative legislative action, education of public officials, provision of quality member services and technical assistance, and increasing public awareness of critical local government issues.

Georgia’s county governments constitute the direct membership of ACCG.  This encompasses 159 counties represented by more than 810 county commissioners.  The Association’s constituency also includes 400 appointed county clerks, managers, administrators, and attorneys and more than 80,000 full-time and part-time employees.  Non-governmental entities, including private businesses and corporations, may also participate in many of ACCG’s activities as Associate Members.

 More information at accg.org