Precise conductance measurements have been performed for lithium perchlorate, lithium tetrafluoroborate, lithium hexafluoroarsenate, sodium perchlorate, and sodium tetraphenylborate in 2-methoxyethanol–water mixtures at four different mole fractions, i.e., 0.056, 0.136, 0.262, and 0.486 of 2-methoxyethanol (69.73 ≥ D ≥26.55) at 25°C in the concentration range 0.0004–0.0642 mol-dm−3. The limiting molar conductivity Λ°, the association constant KA, and the association distance R for the solvent mixtures have been evaluated from the conductance concentration data using the 1978 Fuoss conductance equation. The single-ion conductances have been estimated using the “reference electrolyte” tetrabutylam-monium tetraphynylborate(Bu4NBPh4). The analysis of the data indicates that for most salts ion association is appreciable in the solvent mixtures with a mole fraction of the cosolvent of 0.262 or higher. The results have been interpreted in terms of ion-solvent interactions and structural changes in the mixed solvent media.