NCVOA and NYCOM…Partners in Good Government

The Nassau County Village Officials Association (NCVOA) and the New York State Conference of Mayors (NYCOM) work collaboratively to address ongoing issues and concerns impacting residents and businesses.

Founded in 1910, NYCOM is based in Albany and represents New York State’s 62 cities and over 550 incorporated villages. With a team of municipal experts, NYCOM supports local governments by serving as:

  • A powerful advocate for city and village governments and their residents, particularly  with the state’s Legislative, Executive and Judicial branches of government;
  • A readily accessible source of practical information for all municipal activity;
  • The preeminent provider of training for local government officials; and
  •  Through membership in NYCOM, New York’s cities and villages are better prepared to provide essential services that are efficient and cost-effective.

The NCVOA is proud to join with NYCOM in addressing the needs of village residents throughout the State of New York.  Some of the NCVOA’s mayors are or have been Presidents of NYCOM and members of its Executive Committee.  For more information about NYCOM, go to