Events

2020 Legislative Conference

January 27-29
Desmond Hotel
Albany County
 

54th Annual County Finance School

April 29-May 1
Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel
Syracuse, Onondaga County


2020 Fall Seminar

Sept 30 - Oct 2
Crowne Plaza
Lake Placid, Essex County

NYSAC News Magazine

Published three times a year, NYSAC News magazine is the official publication of NYSAC. Each issue features in-depth articles about timely issues of interest to New York's county leaders. County leaders, researchers, academics, association leaders, state lawmakers, NYSAC staff, and other experts contribute articles to each issue.

Hardcopies of the magazine are mailed to all NYSAC members, or view electronic versions of recent issues below. 

Upcoming issue: Winter 2020

Theme: Legislative Guide
Deadline: November 27
Submission tips & tricks.

For this issue of the magazine we're looking for articles focused on topics such as: 
  • Public policy issues (local, state, and federal) impacting counties,
  • Advocating for your county, 
  • Statewide issues, challenges, and opportunities for counties,
  • Innovative county programs and services,
  • Leaders who have made a difference in their counties.
Articles should be 500-750 words and can be sent to Nicole Correia (ncorreia@nysac.org). Submissions should include an author headshot as well as any supporting charts, photos, or images (these should be high res files - 300 dpi, jpg, tif, or eps file format). 
For information about advertising in the magazine, click here.

Fall 2019: Exploring NY's Counties

Click here for a flippable electronic version of this issue.

View the PDF.









Spring/Summer 2019: Connecting Communities 

Winter 2019: Legislative Guide

Recent issues (click link to view PDF) 

Fall 2019: Exploring NY's Counties (or see above)
Spring/Summer 2019: Connecting Communities (or see above)
Winter 2019: Legislative Guide (or see above)
Fall 2018: Innovative Counties
Spring/Summer 2018: Healthy Counties 
Winter 2018: Legislative Guide
Fall 2017: Workforce Development
Summer 2017: Counties Working for You (online only)
Winter 2017: Legislative Guide