83rd Annual Conference

Clovis, New Mexico
Wednesday, June 19, 2019

This website is for County Members and Government Agency representatives only. 
NMC Business Partners, Sponsors, and Exhibitors
should register through the Sponsors and Exhibitors website located HERE.

83rd Annual Conference
Wednesday, June 19, 2019 - Friday, June 21, 2019

Clovis Civic Center
(575) 935-5000
801 Schepps Boulevard
Clovis, New Mexico 88101
United States

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 Welcome to Curry County!

New Mexico Counties (NMC) and Curry County are delighted to welcome our county members and collaborative partners to the 83rd Annual Conference, scheduled for June 19-21 in Clovis, New Mexico. The NMC annual conference provides an ideal opportunity for our members to develop affiliate legislative initiatives, network with their peers on important issues facing New Mexico’s county governments, share best practices, and participate in professional development training. In addition to the annual golf tournament, 5K fun run, and heavy equipment ROADEO, the conference also includes an exhibitor showcase featuring products and services specifically designed to meet local government needs.

We encourage you to take a moment to explore Curry County and discover the history, the culture, and the people that make Curry County a unique part of the Land of Enchantment. A largely agricultural community, it is noted for its role in early rock music history and for nearby Cannon Air Force Base. The Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe Railway system helped to establish Clovis over a hundred years ago, and the railroad continues to be a major hub of operations in the area. Also notable is the Southwest Cheese Company, the largest cheddar cheese producer in North America.

Established in 1909, Curry County was named after George Curry, Territorial Governor of New Mexico (1907- 1910). Curry County is 1405.9 square miles, making it one of the smallest counties in New Mexico.  In 1906, Santa Fe Railway engineers were ordered to locate a town-site in the newly developing ranch and farm land of Eastern New Mexico. They looked upon an unending sea of waving prairie grass reaching to the horizon in every direction and chose the site that would one day be called Clovis. For the time being, however, it was known as Riley’s Switch. The Santa Fe Railroad began its first transcontinental traffic through the open prairie land, and in 1907 the town-site known as Clovis, New Mexico was founded. At the time, no one could have known that almost 100 years later, the stretch of farm grazing land would become a booming city.


For more information, please visit www.currycounty.org OR www.clovisnm.org.







 

Contact Information

Payment Instructions

  • Conference participants may make an online payment by credit card or select the check option at the time of registration. All checks must be received by Friday, June 7, 2019 to be eligible for the reduced registration fee. 
    NMC does not accept purchase orders.

    Please mail payments to:

    New Mexico Association of Counties
    Attn: Charlotte Martinez
    444 Galisteo Street 
    Santa Fe, NM 87501

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