The Association of Indiana Counties (AIC) was established in 1957 for the betterment of county government. AIC's purposes and goals are to seek the betterment of county government through: representation of counties at the Indiana General Assembly; research and dissemination of information; communications through publications and seminars; professional training and educational programs; liaison between counties, state and federal agencies; and technical and managerial assistance.
While there are a number of agencies and groups offering assistance to county government, AIC is the only entity that represents the legislative needs of Indiana counties.
Meet the elected county officials who direct Association policy and management. An Executive Committee oversees administration and presidents and vice presidents from the six AIC districts
also serve on the board.
Meet the Association staff who organize the various programs & activities for members and associations. The staff has varying responsibilities from lobbying and legislative efforts to coordinating conferences & special events. Click on their name for contact information.
All of Indiana's 92 counties are members of the AIC. Membership consists of entire counties rather than individual office holders.
We are conveniently located in downtown Indianapolis less than one block from the Indiana state capital at 101 West Ohio Street in the Old National Bank building.Click above on "location" for a map to our office.
The Association Bylaws direct the direction and drive policy for the Association. The bylaws cover the power and duties of various officers and staff.
Find the latest news and information about the Association.
Legal Counsel for the Association of Indiana Counties