The Oregon Code Enforcement Association (OCEA) is a professional organization for Code Enforcement officers in cities and counties across the state of Oregon. Members are from government agencies that provide codes for the health, safety, and welfare of its citizens and guests. OCEA also welcomes associate members from other areas.
Members elect officers to two-year terms to manage association administration, finances, training, membership, information, and other areas.
OCEA provides professional support, training and networking for code enforcement officers. We host two conferences each year with job-related training and professional development, and encourage networking among officers from across jurisdictions.
Our members are government code enforcement officers in the state of Oregon, but we also welcome associate members who are retired, work in jurisdictions outside Oregon, or who work in related areas such as planning, zoning, building, and law enforcement.
OCEA provides specialized training, a forum to share information, and a means to promote the service of code enforcement.
An annual membership provides:
Full Membership is available for persons who are actively employed by city, county, state or federal agencies in the capacity of code enforcement within the State of Oregon.
Associate membership is offered to persons actively employed in code enforcement by a public agency outside the State of Oregon, nationwide and internationally. Associate membership is also offered to retired Oregon code enforcement officers. Associate members are invited to participate in all Association activities with the exception of voting or running for office.
If you are an OCEA member and have trouble logging in to the Member Area, please email admin@OregonCode.org for assistance.