ACCG has produced several publications to assist counties in their day-to-day operations on a variety of topics. Each publication is routinely updated to ensure that timely and accurate information is available for county use.
Handbook for Georgia County Commissioners
ACCG and the Carl Vinson Institute of Government have partnered to produce the 5th edition of the Handbook for Georgia County Commissioners with content written and reviewed by experts in their field. The Handbook is considered to be the most comprehensive reference guide to county government available. This edition of the Handbook includes over 600 pages of citations for hard to find statutory authority, best practice tips, organizational charts, statistics and most importantly, information that will assist in the day-to-day operations of the county. The Handbook for Georgia County Commissioners is available for purchase through the ACCG Storefront.
ACCG Guidebooks are available for download or purchase through the ACCG Storefront. The guidebooks cover topics from county constitutional officers to local option sales tax to assist counties in their day-to-day operations on a variety of topics. Each publication is routinely updated to ensure that current and accurate information is available for county use.
- Charting a Course for Cooperation and Collaboration
- Constitutional County Officers Guide
- Salary Guide: Guide for Computing County Official Salaries
- A Guide to Local Government Construction Projects
- Handbook for Georgia County Commissioners
- Identity Theft Program
- LOST Guide
- Meetings Organization and Public Access for Counties
- Model Emergency Management Ordinance and Agreements
- Open Meetings/Open Records Guide
- Parliamentary Procedure for Counties: A Guide and Model Ordinance
- SPLOST Guide
- Populations Acts
- Local Constitutional Amendments
2016 Salary Guide: Guide for Computing County Official Salaries
The Guide for Computing County Official Salariesis now available. It provides directions for calculating county official salaries that go into effect on January 1, 2017. This guidebook is published annually by ACCG to assist counties in calculating salaries of certain county officials, as well as state officials who receive supplements to their salary from the county. The procedure set forth in this guidebook has been reviewed and approved by the Constitutional Officers Association of Georgia (COAG), the Magistrate Council of Georgia and ACCG.