Board Committee Report

As the voice of rural Alberta, the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties (AAMDC) is regularly approached by the Government of Alberta or other organizations to participate on committees or working groups on a wide range of topics. If, in the opinion of the AAMDC Board of Directors, a committee is relevant to the AAMDC and its members, the association will dedicate the time and resources to participate.

As part of their responsibilities, each member of the AAMDC Board of Directors participates on a portion of these committees and working groups. Committee assignments are determined each year, and based on a combination of experience, interest, and cross-training opportunities. As the workloads of different committees vary, some board members have fewer committee assignment, but a higher number of labor-intensive committees.

To increase accountability and transparency to members, the AAMDC Board of Directors will publish a Committee Report twice annually. The report will provide an overview of committee assignments, membership background information, committee mandate, and note current issues being addressed.

To read the Spring 2018 Board of Directors Committee Report, click here.

For more information on a committee, please contact the AAMDC board member assigned to the committee.

As the voice of rural Alberta, the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties (AAMDC) is regularly approached by the Government of Alberta or other organizations to participate on committees or working groups on a wide range of topics. If, in the opinion of the AAMDC Board of Directors, a committee is relevant to the AAMDC and its members, the association will dedicate the time and resources to participate.

As part of their responsibilities, each member of the AAMDC Board of Directors participates on a portion of these committees and working groups. Committee assignments are determined each year, and based on a combination of experience, interest, and cross-training opportunities. As the workloads of different committees vary, some board members have fewer committee assignment, but a higher number of labor-intensive committees.

To increase accountability and transparency to members, the AAMDC Board of Directors will publish a Committee Report twice annually. The report will provide an overview of committee assignments, membership background information, committee mandate, and note current issues being addressed.

To read the Spring 2018 Board of Directors Committee Report, click here.

For more information on a committee, please contact the AAMDC board member assigned to the committee.