Administrative Municipal Associations in Alberta
A list of other provincial municipal associations in Alberta.
|Alberta Assessors’ Association (AAA)|
We are an association that focuses on our members who have an interest in property assessment valuation. A significant number of our members are practicing assessors who contribute their expertise in the valuation of property for taxation purposes in Alberta. The Association also provides related products and services to our members, the public and Alberta municipalities.
|Alberta Association of Chiefs of Police (AACP)|
The purpose of this association is to give the Alberta Chiefs an opportunity to meet on a regular basis and sharing information and concerns of mutual interest within the province.
|Alberta Association of Community Peace Officers|
To serve and protect
|Alberta Association of Recreation Facility Personnel (AARFP)|
The Alberta Association of Recreation Facility Personnel is a provincial organization dedicated to providing excellence in training and professional development for individuals involved in the operation of recreation facilities.
|Alberta Building Officials Association (ABOA)|
ABOA is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the use and understanding of building codes and standards, demonstrates the effectiveness of code enforcement by municipalities, and recognizes the important role that Safety Codes Officers play in enforcing the Alberta Building Code.
|Alberta Development Officers Association (ADOA)|
The ADOA consists primarily of Development Officers from both urban and rural municipalities in Alberta. As well, there are members from the private sector and others including municipal planners, independent planners, surveyors, and engineers.
|Alberta Federation of Police Associations|
The Alberta Federation of Police Associations is a professional police association dedicated to addressing local, provincial and national police association issues.
|Alberta Fire Chiefs Association (AFCA)|
As a progressive organization we offer creative solutions promote and support life safety, preventative and protective services based on the values and principles of our members.
|Alberta Fire Fighters Association (AFFA)|
|Alberta Municipal Clerks Association (AMCA)|
To provide a forum for exchange of ideas among the municipalities of Alberta, a means for presentation of suggested amendments in legislation to senior government, a link for the promotion of mutual understanding and fellowship among the members and to work in conjunction with any other organization having as its objective the betterment of administration of local government.
|Alberta Municipal Enforcement Association|
The AMEA is a non-profit professional
|Alberta Municipal Health and Safety Association (AMHSA)|
The Alberta Municipal Health and Safety Association (AMHSA) is a non-profit association dedicated to reducing the human and financial costs of workplace illness, injuries and property damage.
|Alberta Public Works Association|
The Alberta Public Works Association continues to be a leading voice of the public works community for all levels of government.
|Alberta Rural Municipal Administrators Association|
ARMAA is a fraternal organization which brings together the senior administrative staff of Alberta’s rural Municipalities for the purpose of improving the professional service delivery to all Albertans.
|Alberta Water and Wastewater Operators Association|
To contribute where possible to the training of its members and persons employed in the Water and Wastewater field.
|Association of Alberta Agricultural Fieldmen|
Agricultural Fieldmen have always been central to the success of Agricultural Service Boards. They develop, implement, and control programs designed to carry out priorities and policies set by their Agricultural Service Board.
|Economic Developers Alberta|
Economic Developers Alberta (EDA) is your economic development network in Alberta, dedicated to advancing the economic development profession in the province of Alberta by providing an active network of communications, information and education.
|Government Finance Officer’s Association (Alberta Chapter)|
The Alberta Government Finance Officers Association is a professional organization whose purpose is to enhance the practice of governmental finance in the Province of Alberta.
|Local Government Administration Association|
The Local Government Administration Association (LGAA) is an organization whose membership is made up of municipal administrative personnel.
|Society of Local Government Managers|
The professional Society of Local Government Managers regulates the practices of local government managers and ensures its members act in the best public interest.