Livingston County will celebrate National County Government Month (NCGM) during April to showcase how the County creates healthy, safe and vibrant communities.
To align with NCGM’s “Counties THRIVE” theme, Livingston County plans to showcase each of its departments via social media to demonstrate how it helps to improve people’s lives every day.
In addition, Livingston County will continue to promote the National Association of Counties’ (NACo) “I Love My County Because” art contest. This is an opportunity for children and young adults ages 18 and under to create artwork during NCGM for NACo’s 2023 “Counties Matter” calendar. For a full list of eligibility criteria, rules and submission guidelines, please visit www.naco.org/ncgm.
“Livingston County is proud of the programs and services we provide to our residents,” said County Administrator Ian M. Coyle. “Our efforts, combined with efforts of counties across the country, are helping American communities respond to public service and public health needs. I encourage all county residents to participate in National County Government Month outreach events to learn how the County can assist you and your loved ones.”
Since 1991 the National Association of Counties (NACo) has encouraged counties across the country to raise public awareness and understanding about the roles and responsibilities of counties.
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