County Executives of America

County Executives of America County Executives of America (CEA) County Executives of America is a non-partisan association dedicated specifically to chief elected county officials.

Our organization has spent over 40 years helping county leaders reach their goals. Whether you are interested in strong advocacy, economic development, grant and appropriations research, legislative and regulatory analysis, or if you simply want to participate in a working dialogue with your colleagues across the country, County Executives of America can help you.

Our organization has spent over 40 years helping county leaders reach their goals. Whether you are interested in strong advocacy, economic development, grant and appropriations research, legislative and regulatory analysis, or if you simply want to participate in a working dialogue with your colleagues across the country, County Executives of America can help you.

Mission: County Executives of America's mission is two-fold: 1. To help county governments serve the American people in the most responsive, most efficient way by acting as a national voice for its leaders and representing its interests on all levels of government. 2. To develop, promote, and preserve the core philosophy of federalism and devolution. Indeed, there is no faster growing government in the nation, nor one with as much potential to truly influence the course of public policy at home and abroad. From coast to coast, from border to border, county executives are abuzz with policy entrepreneurship. In fact, we believe the most ambitious policy experiments, such as regionalism and international economic partnerships, are taking place at the local level first. County Executives of America aims to foster an environment in which such experiments can be nurtured and grown into effective government programs.

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Ensure Unused Medications are Gone for Good SAFE Project has partnered with Deterra to provide free at-home drug disposa...
10/06/2020

Ensure Unused Medications are Gone for Good

SAFE Project has partnered with Deterra to provide free at-home drug disposal - https://deterrasystem.com/safe/

October 1 – 31, SAFE Project and the creators of the Deterra® Drug Deactivation System are teaming up to bring at-home drug disposal to households across the US – for free. With access to take back sites limited during COVID-19, people can go online and request a Large Deterra Pouch to permanently and safely deactivate unused prescription or over-the-counter medications from the comfort of their home.

Help us stop the cycle of drug abuse, misuse and diversion: Request your Deterra Pouch at DeterraSystem.com/SAFE and spread the word on social media using #GoneForGoodUS.

https://www.capitalgazette.com/politics/ac-cn-hogan-letter-reopening-20200507-20200507-wi6ul36bfbhpplvjqqskzjagie-story....
05/08/2020
Eight Maryland county executives call on Hogan to be more inclusive on reopening discussions

https://www.capitalgazette.com/politics/ac-cn-hogan-letter-reopening-20200507-20200507-wi6ul36bfbhpplvjqqskzjagie-story.html

The “Big Eight” Maryland county executives want a voice in reopening Maryland, and they’ve said so directly to Gov. Larry Hogan. But when he announced Wednesday that beaches and parks would reopen, golf and recreational boating was again permitted all starting in less than 24 hours, local lead...

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CEA has a membership solely comprised of top-level elected local government officials. This includes those leaders of city-county jurisdictions, boroughs (New York City), parishes (Louisiana), and judicial jurisdictions (Texas, Kentucky). All members must be duly elected by and fully represent their entire constituency, responsible for county budgets and services, and have authority for civil employees. Non-elected local government officials such as county administrators or managers are not eligible for membership. CEA spans the entire nation. There are about 700 out of just over 3000 U.S. counties that follow a "county executive" government structure. CEA represents those counties that maintain a county executive style of government, giving it a presence in 45 U.S. states. CEA welcomes public-private partnerships. Through its Associate Member Program, CEA works with members of the private sector to build public-private partnerships that will improve communities across the nation. CEA welcomes all civic-oriented businesses to join or make contributions to the organization. Associate members are fully-fledged members with the opportunity to learn about local government and how it influences the lives of the American people.

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