One of the primary functions of the AIA California Council is to represent AIA Members before the California State Legislature, which writes and votes on laws that impact the architectural profession, firms, employees, our communities, and the built and natural environments in California.

In order to successfully propose positive changes to state law, the AIACC annually surveys its Membership for suggested changes to state law and for other issues affecting architects and government relations.

This survey helps AIACC prioritize the governmental advocacy agenda for 2019.  The results will be reviewed by the AIACC Advocacy Advisory Committee (AAC) and as part of the AAC’s October addenda there will be a discussion regarding the establishment of short and long-term advocacy goals which will be recommended to the AIACC Board of Directors.

Please complete the survey by Wednesday, September 26.

Thank you for your time to complete this important survey.  Your participation makes it possible for the AIACC to advance an advocacy agenda that benefits architects.