A vibrant and prosperous Municipality of Anchorage facilitated by innovative community development and public parking.
We deliver quality development and public parking services within the Municipality of Anchorage.
ACDA brings together resources to create development using innovation, partnerships and sound planning.
ACDA is working to expand the tools available to encourage development in Anchorage.
We're "bookending" downtown with vibrant spaces - K Street Eats and The Rooftop. This is just one way we are revitalizing the community.
We view community development as more than just new construction of buildings, it also means adding value to our community with services and partnerships.
For the last thirty years Andrew Halcro has managed extensively, including roles as the CEO of Avis Rent a Car of Alaska, and most recently as the President of the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce.
Katya Bohman serves Anchorage Community Development Authority (ACDA) as the Finance Director and is responsible for all revenue reporting requirements of the agency.
Melinda Gant is responsible for ACDA's and EasyPark's media and community relations as well as development and project management for ACDA & EasyPark.
Van manages both ACDA and EasyPark branding, signage, outreach materials and more. He also manages special projects and does in-house animation and graphics, which include the new ACDA logo and branding.
ACDA offers competitive wages and an exceptional benefits plan. We offer medical, dental, vision, life, and short and long term disability insurance programs to qualified employees. Paid annual leave and holidays, State of Alaska’s Public Employee Retirement Program (PERS), medical benefit reimbursement program, and a 457 deferred program are also available. ACDA employees are not employees of the Municipality of Anchorage.
ACDA is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, mental or physical disability, veteran status or any other status or classification protected under applicable state or federal law. Individuals needing assistance in the recruitment process are encouraged to contact Human Resources.
Please use the link to see our Open Positions.
Applications are only accepted for currently advertised/open positions. A complete application must be submitted for each position and received by the closing date listed on the position announcement. A resume may be included as an addendum to the employment history section of the application as long as it provides all the information required in this section.
View the Employment Application form and information on how to fill out an application.
The predecessor of ACDA, the Anchorage Parking Authority, was originally created as the first separate public authority on February 28, 1984. That authority was established "to create an environment in the Anchorage area such that parking and parking policies are in a position to influence the community as a whole."
In 2004, the Municipality of Anchorage considered creating a development authority that could aid in developing public lands. On January 18, 2005, the assembly passed an amendment to the original APA ordinance which renamed the authority to Anchorage Community Development Authority with two departments: Development Services & Parking Services.