Member Organizations

Lincoln County Courthouse exterior

Minnesota Counties Intergovernmental Trust serves county governments and other associated county-level public entities, such as soil and water conservation districts, agricultural societies (fair boards), historical societies, health and human services, libraries, public safety entities, solid waste operations, etc.

MCIT Members Consist of Counties and Associated Public Entities

MCIT member organizations are varied but share key characteristics:

  • Entities applying for membership must demonstrate they are entitled to the immunities and the tort limits offered in Minnesota Statutes Chapter 466.
  • Entities requesting membership must also demonstrate a commitment to risk management and loss control. MCIT reserves the right to decline membership to any entity that may pose a threat to the fiscal health of MCIT.

Minnesota counties have been and will remain the cornerstone of MCIT; however, other public entities and associated organizations are eligible for membership. MCIT membership currently consists of the following entities.

Counties 81
Soil and Water Conservation Districts 84
Agricultural Societies 55
Historical Societies 40
Housing and Economic Development 36
Health and Human Services 26
Water Management 23
Lake Improvement Districts 20
Collaboratives 18
Law Enforcement/Public Safety 17
Solid Waste 12
Regional Railroad Authorities 11
Libraries 10
SWCD Technical Service Areas
Health Plans
Hospitals/Nursing Homes
Parks and Recreation
Miscellaneous Entities
Total Membership (as of  June 2021)