Join us in Lancaster this summer! The CCAP Annual Conference and Trade Show is the Association's premiere educational event, hosting more than 500 county members, vendors, exhibitors, guests and speakers over the four-day Conference. The Conference program is packed with dynamic speakers, interesting and timely breakout and roundtable sessions, dedicated time to spend in the Exhibit Hall with vendors interested in doing business with counties, and an awards dinner honoring county personnel for their contributions to county government. We encourage members to bring their families to historic and beautiful Lancaster County to enjoy all of the wonderful hospitality, attractions and fun summer activities that the county has to offer! Sponsorships and exhibit booths are available to vendors.
2022 Annual Conference Schedule
CCAP Committee Meetings
The CCAP policy committee meetings will be held virtually in the weeks prior to the Conference start. All CCAP members who are not otherwise members of committees are welcome to observe the meetings, and can find the details on meeting date/location and login credentials (PDF) for virtual attendance posted in the members only site (login required). Meetings will also be listed on the CCAP Calendar. Vendors should follow the Vendor Committee Guidelines (PDF) in regard to their participation.
CCAP Events Mobile App
CCAP will not be providing a printed program for the Annual Conference. Instead, we will be using the CCAP Events Mobile App that you can access on your smart phone or tablet. Instructions for using the app will be sent to all registered attendees prior to the Conference. Attendees will also be able to access the Conference information through the app website.
CCAP Academy Program Credits
Participants in CCAP's Academy for Excellence in County Government are eligible to receive up to four Academy elective credits for attending a breakout during each educational time slot. Participants must submit a Verification of Attendance Form which will be included in the Conference registration materials indicating each session attended. Forms must be submitted after the Conference to Mandi Glantz to obtain transcript credit.
Explore Lancaster County
Beautiful and diverse Lancaster County is ready to welcome you and your families this summer! From lush farmland, musical theatre and outdoor adventures to the bustling downtown with so many restaurants and shopping opportunties, Lancaster has something for everyone!
Visit DiscoverLancaster for more information on what to do while you’re here! We can’t wait to see you in August!
Message from the CCAP President
Commitment to Well Being
CCAP considers the safety of its members, especially in-person Conference attendees, our top priority and we remain committed to hosting a safe event for all participants. The Commitment to Well-Being (PDF) will require attendees, staff, speakers and vendors to comply with safety precautions and recommendations specified by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the CDC. As safety standards continue to evolve, the Commitment to Well-Being will be updated and those updates will be communicated to all attendees.
As of March 2, 2022, CCAP Annual Conference attendees and staff are not required to wear a face covering at the Conference. However, CCAP strongly encourages attendees and staff to wear face coverings at the Conference. In no case will disrespect for an individual’s choice to wear, or not wear, a face covering be tolerated. We will continue to monitor the conditions and recommendations and will post updates to our website as well as communicate directly with registered attendees if time-sensitive correspondence is warranted.