Photos from Washington, D.C. and counties across the country.

This Week in Photos: Aug. 18 – 24

The NACo-NCCAE Knowledge Management Forum brings together senior representatives from NACo and its partner state associations for strategic discussion on shared legislative priorities, with a focus on research and communications approaches.

2019 NACo-NCCAE Knowledge Management Forum

County News - Aug. 19, 2019

County News - Aug. 19, 2019

Greene County, Mo.

Greene County’s seal was established after the county court held a design contest that was won by Robert White, an art teacher. 

Behind the Seal - Aug. 19, 2019

Marvin Meyers

Board Member
County Surveyor
Roscommon County, Mich.

Number of years involved in NACo: 10

Years in public service: 29

Profiles in Service - Aug. 19, 2019

NACo officers

  • NACo First Vice President Gary Moore, judge/executive, Boone County, Ky. is planning to attend the Association of Arkansas Counties (AAC) conference being held Aug. 21-24 in Garland County.


Kevin Carr (third from left) takes a break from recording steps at the Annual Conference in Clark County, Nev. Frank, Sammy and Dean seem impressed.

On the Move - Aug. 19


Why did the CROOK COUNTY jail inmate cross the road? Because the county finished work on a new jail, a stone’s throw from the old one. Nineteen inmates walked across the street to their new, larger accommodations, accompanied by sheriff’s deputies. The new jail sports 85 beds, much larger than the 16 beds and overflow holding cells of the old facility, KTVZ News reported. In a few weeks, the 26 inmates housed in JEFFERSON COUNTY’s jail will join them, though not likely on foot. Crook County jail deputies accompanied inmates in a walk across the street from the old jail to the new county jail on a recent Monday evening. Photo courtesy of Crook County Sheriff's Office

News from Across the Nation - Aug. 19

When counties react to disasters, other employees step up to cover vacancies and ensure continuity of services, allowing colleagues to fully engage in response activities without distraction.

Natural Disasters: Not a Sprint — a Marathon

Broward County's Play Conservation Pays and Win! online game promoted water conservation and taught residents about climate change and sustainability.


Broward County Natural Resource Specialist Stephanie Kedzuf plays the Play Conservation Pays and Win! game that was part of a campaign by the Broward Water Partnership to promote water conservation and environmental sustainability. Photo courtesy of Broward County

Online Game Engages Public in Water Conservation

County Classifieds

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