OCCMA Exists to:

  • Support professional local government management by increasing the knowledge and ability of administrators and managers;
  • Promote the exchange of information between the members;
  • Sustain the functions, principles and goals of the International City/County Management Association (ICMA).


Welcome to OCCMA from President Spencer Nebel

I thank the members of OCCMA for selecting me to serve as President for the 2020 calendar year. During this past year, I had the opportunity to work with Past President, Marty Wine, who has provided steady leadership and guidance for OCCMA. As a result of Marty’s service, OCCMA has continued work to meet the needs of our members, as well as, focusing on ways to bring a more diverse membership into the profession. On behalf of the members of OCCMA, I thank Marty for her term as president, as well as, the time she has served the Association on the Board of Directors.

In 2020, OCCMA will prepare to host the 107th ICMA Conference in Portland, Oregon, on October 3-6, 2021. Over the years, OCCMA has planned well to host this conference with the goal of providing an enjoyable and rewarding experience for ICMA members and their families attending the conference in Portland in 2021.

The mission of the Board is to support and energize our members in the profession to foster responsible, responsive local government with the objective of improving the sustainability and livability of Oregon communities. To address our mission, the Board has adopted four strategic goals for 2020 which include providing professional opportunities to our members, supporting our members in the profession, providing outreach to foster diversity and inclusiveness in our membership, and hosting the 2021 ICMA Annual Conference in Portland.


Spencer Nebel, President 2020

 Added Bonus


SAVE THE DATE

July 9th @1:00pm-5:30pm,

July 10th @ 8:30am -12:30 pm 

OCCMA Summer Conference Is Going Virtual

Registration is open visit the conference registration page to register and get all the information needed. 

The Professional Development Committee is putting together an excellent educational program.  Watch here and OCCMA newsletters for more information. 

Become a member

OCCMA members enjoy reduced attendance cost at professional development opportunities, quarterly newsletters, access to the Senior Advisor Program and more.

2020 OCCMA Membership Dues Form 

2020 OCCMA Pro-Rated Membership Dues Formafter July 1st

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