The date is approaching fast and we’re making preparations.
Don’t miss out!
The Fall Conference has come and gone, but keep in touch as we are already planning the Spring 2024 Conference.
OCEA Fall Conference 2023
October 5th & 6th
7760 N Hwy 101
Gleneden Beach, OR
2023 Salishan Fall Conference Class Schedule
7:15-8:00am Breakfast & Announcements
8:00-9:00am Codes We Enforce
9:00a-12:00pm Code 4 Street Safety, De-Escalation Techniques
1:00-4:00pm Code 4 Street Safety, De-Escalation Techniques
4:00-5:00pm Tips and Strategies; Enforcing Codes
8:00a-10:00am Drones and Code Enforcement
10:00-12:00pm Vehicle Sales, Dismantling and the intersection with Code Enforcement,
Chief of Investigations Larry Purdy, DMV Business Regulation
1:00-3:30pm Situational Awareness with Animals and Bite prevention and latest trends of animal related issues. Oregon Humane Society, Veronica Broadley
3:30-4:30pm Oregon Department Human Services. Expectations, Strategies and Resources.
4:30-5:00pm Raffle & Closing Comments.
Please register and pay by September 15th so we can guarantee sufficient space and materials.
OCEA Member - 2 Day Conference: $235
Non-Member - 2 Day Conference: $335
Single Day Attendee: $150
Conference fee includes training 8am-4pm & breakfast and lunch on training days.
Conference fee does not include lodging.
Salishan Coastal Lodge
7760 North Hwy 101, Gleneden Beach, OR 97388
Make your reservations directly with Salishan. Identify yourself as attending the OCEA Conference to receive a discounted rate plus tax.
50% of the registration fee is refundable if the cancellation is received at least 14 days prior to the conference date. Substitutions will be accepted.
To register by mail, please complete online form and mail a check payable to "OCEA":
Oregon Code Enforcement Association
ATTN: Andrea Hall
PO Box 297
Canby, OR 97013
(Make sure you indicate on the check who the payment is for.)
Hope to see you there!
Files coming soon.
OCEA holds two training conferences each year, one in the spring and one in the fall. Sessions focus on topics important to code enforcement.
Bulletproofing Relationships and Marriages
Recreational Marijuana, Rules and Regulations
Sovereign Citizens and Constitutionalists
Squatters in Foreclosed Homes
Life of a Code Case
Animal Abuse and Neglect
Dealing with Difficult People
OCEA is in the process of updating certification levels and requirements.
Attendance at each conference counts toward training credits and your accreditation.