RPCO Members and Links to Organizations

The Regional Planning Commissioners of Ontario (RPCO) is a group of senior officials from upper- and single-tier municipal governments across Ontario. They meet on a regular basis to discuss planning issues of mutual interest, and advocate positions on behalf of the member municipalities to provincial and federal governments.

Read the RPCO Charter for more details about the vision, membership structure and opportunities for positive change.

Current RPCO members

 Curt Benson
 Director Planning Services & Chief Planning Official
 Halton Region 
 Bruce McAllister
 Director of Planning Services
 City of Chatham-Kent
 Todd Salter
 General Manager
 City of Guelph
 Jason Ferrigan
Director of Planning Services
 City of Greater Sudbury
 Jason Thorne
 General Manager, Planning and Economic Development
 City of Hamilton
 Lanie Hurdle
 Commissioner of Community Services
 City of Kingston
 John Fleming, Vice-Chair
 Director of Land Use Planning
 City of London
 Stephen Willis
 General Manager
 City of Ottawa
 Kerri Voumvakis
 Director Strategic Initiatives, Policy & Analysis
 City of Toronto
 Thom Hunt
 Executive Director & City Planner
 City of Windsor
 David Parks
 Director of Planning, Development & Tourism
 County of Simcoe
 Samantha Hastings
 Commissioner of Planning & Economic Development
 District of Muskoka
 Craig Manley
 General Manager of Planning & Economic Development
 Haldimand County
 Brian Bridgeman, Vice-Chair
 Commissioner of Planning and Economic Development
 Durham Region
 Rino Mostacci, Chair
 Commissioner, Planning & Development Services
 Niagara Region
 Adrian Smith
 Acting Director of Integrated Planning
 Region of Peel
 Paul Freeman
 Chief Planner
 York Region
 Michelle Sergi
 Director, Community Planning
Region of Waterloo
 Paul Moore                                                                 
General Manager, Community Development                  
City of Brantford
 Andrea Bourrie
 Director of Planning & Building Services
City of Barrie

Links to other organizations:

Ontario Professional Planners Institute
OPPI events, membership and current policy issues

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