We appreciate your continued support of professional local government management and thank you for choosing to renew your ICMA membership.
Welcome back! If your rmembership lasped and you wish to be reinstated, please call us at: 800-745-8780 or 202-962-3680 (in Washington DC).
The online dues renewal option is available only for credit card payments (Visa, Mastercard, and American Express). The online tool will walk you through a series of screens, prompting you to confirm your current name, title, employer, and address information and to input your payment information. Note that if you are renewing on behalf of an ICMA member, you must log in using the member's e-mail address and password.
If you plan to submit your dues payment via check or money order, mail payment and dues invoice to: ICMA Membership Renewals, PO Box 79403, Baltimore, MD 21279-0403. This address is a bank lockbox and should be used for payments only. Mailed payments should include a copy of your membership invoice to ensure proper credit to your membership. If you or your office have already cut a check for dues payment, you do not need to renew online.
Purchase orders are not considered payment. ICMA recognizes that many local governments require a signed purchase order to process payment. Send purchase orders to the ICMA Finance Department for signature.
If you want to mail any other type of information to the organization, send it to: ICMA; 777 N Capitol Street, NE, Suite 500; Washington, DC 20002.
General Membership and Dues Information
As a professional association, ICMA membership belongs to the individual, not the organization. Therefore, membership may not be transferred from one person to another. ICMA will not provide a dues refund if a member leaves current employment. ICMA membership travels with you throughout career advancements, between jobs, and into retirement.
Contact Member Services if you would like to join ICMA, establish a new membership for a colleague, or have questions about ICMA membership services, benefits, and rights.
Members in Transition
If you are a local government chief administrative officer or assistant chief administrative officer and are fired or forced to resign your position in local government and are "in transition ," ICMA will waive your membership dues for a specific period while you seek another position in local government. To receive a waiver, contact Member Services. Staff will also advise you on other options and special services available to members “in transition.”
Change in Position
If you accept a position in another sector or retire from full-time employment, you may continue your ICMA membership. Call or e-mail Member Services to find out the appropriate fee for your membership renewal.
Voluntary Contributions to the ICMA's Future of Professional Management
We appreciate your dedication to excellence in local governance. As you are renewing your membership dues, consider making a contribution to the Future of Professional Management.
A new umbrella fund that combines Life, Well Run and the Fund for Professional Management. ICMA’s Future of Professional Management fund helps:
- advocate for professional local government management
- support the adoption and retention of the council-manager form of government
- raise public awareness about the profession, and
- inspire a new generation of future local government leader.
Each of these efforts was made possible through the generous support of individuals and organizations that understand the value and benefits that professional local government management contributes to communities everywhere.
As a convenience, you may submit your contribution to the Fund along with your renewal payment. Contributions to the Fund are federally deductible as a charitable contribution.
Contact ICMA Member Services Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. U.S. Eastern Time:
- Address: ICMA Member Services; 777 N Capitol Street, NE, Suite 500; Washington, DC 20002
- Phone: 202/962-3680
- Fax: 202/962-3565 ATTN: Member Services
- E-mail: email@example.com