ABOUT CHA

The Board of the CHA comprises of 12 members of the public who are appointed by City Council. Board members can serve for up to nine years on the board. The Chair, Vice-Chairs(s) and Treasurer are elected annually by the board members.

Vision, Mission, Values, and Mandate

Vision: To be the voice of all things heritage for Calgarians.

Mission: To identify, preserve, and promote Calgary’s diverse heritage for future generations.

Values:
  • Collaboration
  • Pragmatism
  • Inclusivity
  • Trust
  • Forward-thinking
  • Civic pride

The Mandate of the CHA Includes:
  • Advising Council on all matters relating to heritage resources in Calgary.
  • Evaluating potential heritage sites and maintaining the Inventory of Evaluated Historic Resources.
  • Promoting public awareness of Calgary’s heritage.

About the Board

The Board of the CHA comprises of 12 members of the public who are appointed by City Council. Board members can serve for up to nine years on the board. The Chair, Vice-Chairs(s) and Treasurer are elected annually by the board members.

The CHA seeks board members with experience in the following areas: heritage conservation, architecture, urban planning, local history/heritage, communications, public and stakeholder engagement, fund development and non-profit governance.

The CHA takes part in the City’s annual board recruitment process in late summer/late fall. If you are interested in joining the board or learning more about being a board members, please contact us.
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