The work of architects is essential to the well-being of every citizen. The voice of AIA architects, as thought and action leaders, is essential to designing a better future for our country, states, cities, townships and neighborhoods. By advocating solutions within the built environment to address issues like school safety, climate change and affordable housing, architects are at the forefront of solving these critical challenges.
STATE AND LOCAL ISSUES
Architects must have a seat at the table when important civic decisions are made and must play a vital role in crafting public policy solutions that address the most prominent issues facing states and cities.
The more architects work with state and local elected officials, the greater the positive impact on these and other important issues facing the profession, the business, and our communities.
The AIA Delaware Government Affairs Committee welcomes all interested AIA Delaware members who wish to participate in AIA Delaware's advocacy efforts. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to become engaged.
The AIA represents the interests of architects before federal government and policy-making bodies.
By taking action, being involved in their communities, and engaging legislators, Citizen Architects are the driving force behind AIA's advocacy efforts.
AIA is the voice of architecture to legislators at the federal, state, and local level. Here you can engage your legislators and use AIA tools and resources to develop skills as an advocate to build power for architects.
Learn more at aia.org/advocacy.