Welcome to the Alberta Professional Planners Institute

Welcome to the Alberta Professional Planners Institute

Our Mission:
We are the face of the planning profession within Alberta, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. We serve the public interest by providing regulation, advocacy, promotion and services for our members.

Our Vision:
Excellence in the planning profession.

Our Values: 

  • We value ethical practice.

  • We value diversity.

  • We value resilient communities that support the wellbeing of their residents.

  • We value the public interest and believe in public participation in planning.

  • We value a fair and democratic process.

  • We value environmental integrity and social and economic sustainability for the wellbeing of future generations.

  • We value continuous learning of members for the benefit of communities and the profession.

 

What's New!

Call for Volunteers!

APPI has been invited to put forward non-binding nominations for potential appointment to the Calgary Planning Commission and the Calgary Urban Design Review Panel.

If you are a Registered Professional Planner (RPP) and interested in being considered as one of APPI’s non-binding nominations to serve in one of these capacities, please send an email to the APPI office confirming your interest and attach both a cover letter and a personal resume of no more than two single-sided pages by 3:00 PM on Thursday,  August 27, 2020.

APPI is pleased to announce the 2020 Student Education Scholarships Winners
Congratulations!

Click here for information and recipients.

  

Thank you to all planners for your hard work leading and implementing strategies to manage the COVID-19 crisis.

APPI administration are working remotely to maintain services and support our members.

For full up-to-date direct information from public health officials regarding the COVID-19 Coronavirus situation here are helpful resource links:
•    Government of Alberta alberta.ca/covid
•    Government of Canada

Think about reaching out to friends, family, and people in the community to provide or ask for support.

Stay well, stay safe, and stay in touch.