AMO has several categories of Members and Supporters: Municipal Members; Associate Supporters; Affiliate Supporters; District Supporters and Corporate Supporters (Corporate and/or Non profit organizations).
Benefits of AMO membership
- Immediate access to the AMO Watchfile enewsletter, Breaking News and Media Releases. These AMO member communications give you an insider’s look and advance notice on emerging municipal issues and developing provincial government policies and directions.
- Discounts on the AMO Annual Conference. The AMO Conference is held each August.
- Discounts on products and services, including: publications and job ad publishing on the AMO website and AMO WatchFile.
Terms of membership
All supporter applications are subject to the approval of the AMO management. AMO reserves the right to refuse membership at our own discretion and without justification.
Members and Supporters
For a link to municipal websites, click Ontario Municipalities
Township of Adelaide Metcalfe
Town of Halton Hills
County of Oxford
Associations or other organizations representing municipal staff groups may join the association as Affiliate Supporters.
- Association of Municipal Managers, Clerks and Treasurers of Ontario
- Municipal Engineers Association
- Municipal Finance Officers' Association
- Municipal Information Systems Association of Ontario
- Ontario Good Roads Association
- Ontario Municipal Administrators Association
- Ontario Municipal Human Resources Association
- Ontario Municipal Social Services Association
- Ontario Municipal Tax and Revenue Association
- Ontario Recreation Facilities Association
- Ontario Water Works Association
Other associations or organizations whose purpose and interests are complementary to that of AMO may become Associate Supporters.
- Algoma District Services Administration Board
- Association Francaise des Municipalities de L'Ontario (AFMO)
- Association of Local Public Health Agencies
- Bluewater Recycling Association
- Cochrane District Social Services Administration Board
- Conservation Ontario
- Credit Valley Conservation
- District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board
- District of Parry Sound Social Services Administration Board
- District of Timiskaming Social Services Administration Board
- EORN Eastern Ontario Regional Network (EORN)
- Kenora District Services Board
- Mamaweswen, The North Shore Tribal Council
- Manitoulin-Sudbury District Service Board
- Municipal Property Assessment Corporation
- Ontario Building Officials Association
- Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association
- Ontario Sewer and Watermain Construction Association
- Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board
- South Nation River Conversation Authority
- The District of Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board
Municipal district associations whose purpose and interests are complementary to that of AMO may become District Supporters.
- Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities (FONOM)
- Manitoulin Municipal Association
- Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association (NOMA)
Corporate and Non-Profit Supporters
Companies, both Corporate or Non Profit Organizations, who would like to receive communications regarding municipal issues and deliver information to senior municipal contacts to assist in finding sales leads will benefit from being a Corporate Supporter.
AMO seeks relationships with partners whose mission and values are compatible with AMO’s work and its core values. AMO maintains successful partnerships with organizations that offer products, services, and resources to municipal governments. Together, we promote innovative and proven solutions to strengthen local governments and their communities in Ontario.
AMO represents most of Ontario’s 444 municipal governments. Our membership includes northern, central, southwestern, eastern, and GTHA region municipalities representing nearly 80% of the population of Ontario. AMO advocates on issues on behalf of Ontario’s municipal governments that affect all of our members.
As an AMO partner, you can expect:
- A customized relationship tailored to corporate needs
- Preferred partner status of your service to Ontario’s municipal governments
- Access and profile to AMO membership
- A commitment to identify and demonstrate measures of success that are unique to each partnership.
- Stronger understanding of broad range of municipal challenges in Ontario
- Opportunity to interact with a solution-driven municipal sector
Who are AMO’s partners?
- Responsible corporate citizens that support AMO’s values and work
- Leaders in innovation for services that help the sector
- Active supporters of the role of municipal government in Ontario
Municipal sector Quick Facts:
- 2,864 municipal elected positions and 157,000 municipal staff in Ontario
- $46.2 billion combined operational expenditures in 2018
- $11.4 billion combined capital expenditures in 2018
AMO Quick Facts:
- AMO was founded in 1899
- 420 municipal members in AMO
- 43 Board of Directors who set AMO policy agenda to reflect the priorities of Ontario’s municipal governments
- Over 3,250 municipal elected officials and senior municipal staff connected with at AMO events in 2017
- 30 years of experience AMO has in delivering programs, services, and events in Ontario
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CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS FAQs
What opportunities do corporate partners receive?
As a preferred partner, your organization will receive unparalleled access to AMO’s membership. There are different levels of engagement that we can tailor to your organization. For example, the trade show at the AMO Conference, sponsorship of a specific event, or a full partnership to engage with our members throughout the year.
Is there a financial commitment?
AMO will work with our partners to tailor partnerships to your organization. We will work with our partners to find opportunities that are appropriate and consider budgets.
Where can I get a sponsorship partnership package?
AMO will work to customize the specific corporate objectives of our partners while considering the needs of our members. There is no generic package. We believe that the best way to build a partnership is to tailor the experience that works for both your organization and AMO.
What’s the first step?
Contact Judy Dezell, Director of Business Partnerships, Enterprise Centre and LAS.