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.
|Soil and Water Conservation Districts||84|
|Housing and Economic Development||36|
|Health and Human Services||26|
|Lake Improvement Districts||20|
|Law Enforcement/Public Safety||17|
|Regional Railroad Authorities||11|
|SWCD Technical Service Areas||
|Parks and Recreation||
|Total Membership (as of January 2021)||