The annual conference draws nearly 2,500 local, state and federal government official attendees and their families.
Nearly 20 continuing education sessions will be offered at the conference, featuring more than 80 speakers from the public and private sectors. The conference also hosts state agency briefings, organization meetings and regional county meetings as well as MACo committee meetings. Several education sessions are approved for the Academy for Excellence in Local Governance course credit.
A 250+-Exhibit Booth Trade Show, featuring the best of commercial, state and county services and products is held in two grand exhibit halls, across the foyer from one another.
Highlights of the conference include the Closing Session Address by the Governor and the Crab Feast on Friday evening.
MACo is strictly a non-partisan organization and does not allow any type of political campaigning at its conferences and events.
Registration, hotel and exhibits information will be available online in the spring.