Insurance and Safety Programs
After conducting a rigorous due diligence process, the New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC) has chosen to partner with the following companies as preferred service providers. NYSAC believes these superior programs that can help counties save money and provide exceptional services.
The New York Municipal Insurance Reciprocal (NYMIR) is a non-profit municipal insurance program governed by local government officials for New York’s local governments- counties, towns, villages and cities.
New York Municipal Insurance Reciprocal
School Bus Stop Arm Camera Safety Program
Verra Mobility is a global leader in smart transportation. NYSAC has partnered with them to create a school bus stop arm camera program that helps protect students getting on and off the school bus safely by reducing the number of school bus passing violations.
School districts within a county that enacts a school bus stop arm cameran program can use Verra Mobility to increase student safety in their communities.
More than 15 million drivers endanger children by illegally passing a school bus throughout a 180-day school year, according to the National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services.
School bus stop arm cameras are proven to positively change driver behavior and enhance road safety by reducing accidents that occur when drivers pass school buses with their stop arm extended.This program helps to protect volunteer firefighters by offering financial support should they receive a cancer diagnosis, while keeping costs low for taxpayers and the program responsive to recovery needs. NYSAC has worked with other statewide municipal associations (the Association of Towns and the Conference of Mayors) and fire service associations (FASNY, AFDSNY, and the New York State Association of Fire Chiefs) to develop and sponsor the program.. Click here for Q&A about eligibility and features of the program.
common practice in the public sector market. These fees help to stabilize dues for our member counties and benefit member counties through our ability to improve and expand the services, education, and training that we provide.