What is the National Special Districts Coalition?

The National Special Districts Coalition is the only national organization representing and advocating for all special districts at a national level.

Organized in 2018, a group of five state special districts associations in California, Colorado, Florida, Oregon and Utah established a memorandum of understanding aimed to share resources, best practices and openly network to identify solutions to common problems for special districts across state lines. In 2021, the coalition expanded its mission to include federal advocacy for special districts receive equitable access to critical programs available to local governments.

NSDC consists of associations, organizations, and businesses each representing and supporting special districts across the country. Uniting special districts and stakeholders as one voice, NSDC fosters strong national collaboration to strengthen and advance essential community service enhancing American communities’ quality of life.


Coalition Executive Membership

The Coalition represents special districts providing all types of services to their communities across the country. NSDC’s membership is regionally diverse with regular state membership in California, Colorado, Florida, Oregon, South Carolina, Utah and Wyoming. The Coalition is governed by its executive members. Through at least 2023, these members consist of the founding five associations.

CSDA_logo_resized.jpgCalifornia Special Districts Association
Contact: Neil McCormick, Chief Executive Officer
(916) 442-7887
[email protected]


logo_fasd.pngFlorida Association of Special Districts
Contact: David Ramba, Executive Director
(850) 999-1937
[email protected]


logo_sda.pngSpecial Districts Association of Colorado
Contact: Ann Terry, Executive Director
(303) 863-1733
[email protected]


logo_sdao.pngSpecial Districts Association of Oregon
Contact: Frank Stratton, Executive Director
(800) 285-5461
[email protected]


logo_uasd_2.pngUtah Association of Special Districts
Contact: LeGrand Bitter, Executive Director
(801) 614-0405
[email protected]