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.
The ADOA is celebrating its 35th Anniversary this year. Brazeau County and the Town of Drayton Valley are hosting the conference in September. Currently the ADOA has approximately 325 members. An “active” member must be a person performing the duties of a Development Officer (DO) in the Province of Alberta, or supports the local Municipal Planning Commission. An “associate” member can be anyone who is interested in our association, a retired Development Officer, a person that doesn’t act as a DO in Alberta but does so in another province or territory, or may be a person who works as a consultant or in another government agency. Associate members have voting privileges at the Annual General Meeting held annually at our conference.
If you are interested in becoming a member, please fill in the membership form add a cheque for $125 for the membership fee and mail to: ADOA, Box 164, Sangudo, AB T0E 2A0
contact our membership chairman/liaison:
County of Vermillion River
Diane Burtnick, Executive Assistant
ADOA Administration Office
- All new members receive the ADOA Development Authority Manual.
- All members have access to the ADOA website and forum.
- All members receive notification the ADOA Communicator newsletter is on the website.
- All members in good standing can attend the annual conference.
- All members have access to educational opportunities and grants.
Alberta Development Officers Association
Executive Assistant: Diane Burtnick
Box 164 Sangudo, AB T0E 2A0
Phone: (780) 913-4214
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