The ACHD Director oversees the day-to-day operation and management of the ACHD workforce.
Bruce S. Wong, a retired U.S. Air Force Colonel, became Director on February 7, 2011. During his tenure, ACHD adopted an Integrated Five-Year Work Plan
to provide more transparency and to display the link between the District’s capital construction program and daily operations and maintenance activities.
The District also added flashing yellow arrows at intersections to improve traffic flow, placed reflective pavement markers to enhance nighttime driving,
introduced green turn boxes and painted lanes to increase cyclist safety, expand bicycle and pedestrian travel lanes,
increased community program funding and focused maintenance and traffic operation strategies.
Bruce S. Wong
Mary May1st Vice President
Sara Baker2nd Vice President
A five-member Commission governs the ACHD. For 2019, the Commission members are: Rebecca W. Arnold (President),
Sara M. Baker (2nd Vice President), Kent Goldthorpe, Jim D. Hansen and Mary May (1st Vice President).
The term of office for each Commissioner is based on a rotation schedule designated by state law.
The Commission generally meets on the first, second, and third Wednesday of the month at noon. An evening meeting
occurs on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. and every effort is made to schedule items of potential
public interest for the evening meetings. No meetings occur on the fifth Wednesday of any month. Special meetings
are scheduled as needed.
Here, you'll find the latest ACHD news. For road conditions, visit the Road Work in the Area or Traffic Cameras pages.
League of American Bicyclists again names the Ada County Highway District a Silver-Level Bicycle Friendly Business
Commission elects officers for 2019
Two Commissioners to be sworn in
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Rebecca ArnoldVice President