ARDC has three divisions: ARDC Planning, the Arrowhead Area Agency on Aging, and the Duluth-Superior Metropolitan Interstate Council.
ARDC Planning serves as a regional and community planning consultant working to further northeast Minnesota as a great place to live, work, play, and learn.
The Arrowhead Area Agency on Aging (AAAA) works as a catalyst in building communities where seniors live with dignity, mutual respect, and shared responsibilities across generations and cultures.
The Duluth-Superior Metropolitan Interstate Council (DSMIC) supports policy decisions and multi-modal infrastructure projects that provide effective transportation in the Duluth-Superior metropolitan area.
ARDC’s division directors lead staff to bring communities, residents, and agencies together with the goal of a better northeast Minnesota for all.
Andy Hubley, AICP, leads ARDC Planning’s land use planning and transportation planning efforts in the seven-county Arrowhead Region of Minnesota.
Kristi Kane coordinates AAAA’s efforts in planning, technical support, and development of aging services for the seven-county Arrowhead Region of Minnesota.
Ron Chicka, AICP, directs the DSMIC’s overall administrative functions and provides oversight for transportation planning efforts in the Duluth-Superior metropolitan area.