If you are a municipal elected official or senior administrator and want to shape the direction of AUMA’s policy and advocacy work, you will want to apply to participate on one of the following AUMA committees:
- Infrastructure and Energy Committee looks at matters pertaining to municipal infrastructure and its financing; municipal infrastructure related grants and transfers, tangible capital assets, asset management, transportation and public works, roads and bridges, rights of way including utilities, energy policies and market access, and disaster planning and emergency management.
- Municipal Governance Committee looks at matters pertaining to the Municipal Government Act and related legislation, property assessment and tax policy, municipal revenue and cost sharing, intermunicipal cooperation, the municipal sustainability strategy, roles and responsibilities of municipalities, citizen engagement, indigenous relations, and convention resolutions.
- Safe and Healthy Communities Committee considers issues relating to health and safety (including emergency medical response and police funding), social programs (FCSS, poverty reduction, affordable housing and homelessness), culture and recreation, and welcoming and inclusive communities.
- Sustainability and Environment Committee reviews matters pertaining to water, climate change, clean air, brownfields, solid waste management, land use planning and cumulative effects management, and municipal sustainability planning.
- Small Communities Committee provides input on opportunities and challenges affecting the sustainability of small communities. This Committee is also responsible for providing a small communities perspective on key AUMA policy initiatives.
- Audit and Finance Committee is responsible for ensuring the overall integrity of financial systems and practices for AUMA and its associated entities.
- Investment Advisory Committee is responsible for using appropriate methodologies and processes to ensure the internal investment funds and those held in trust or by agreement are well-managed and operate in compliance.
Participating on a committee provides an opportunity to influence the direction of policy and programs while ensuring your municipality’s interests are addressed. In addition, you will gain greater awareness of AUMA/AMSC initiatives and can increase your network and leadership skills.
The window to submit your interest in a 2020/2021 committee has closed.
To submit your interest in 2021/2022 committees, fill out the form below.