Welcome to the Oklahoma Code Enforcement Association!
This website contains information about OCEA, including conferences, classes, and more! Learn how OCEA offers understanding and perspective to code issues.
Calendar of Events/Announcements!
Bullet list of events/announcements:
- Basic Code Class (NOW FULL): the next class will be held on January 28-30, 2015 at the MNTC. All classes start at 9am. Please contact OML using the 'Contact Us link to enroll. All classes are held at the South Penn Campus of the Moore-Norman Technology Center, located at 13301 S. Pennsylvania Ave., OKC, OK 73170
- Spring Conference: Will be held in Lawton, on March 5-6, 2015 at the Hilton Garden Inn. Registration information, agenda and more information is located in this document..
- Property Maintenance Class: the next class has not yet been scheduled. This is now a three day class rather than a two day class. All classes start at 9am. Please contact OML using the 'Contact Us link to enroll. All classes are held at the South Penn Campus of the Moore-Norman Technology Center, located at 13301 S. Pennsylvania Ave., OKC, OK 73170
- NEWSLETTER: Click here for the most current version of the OCEA Register, Our newsletter is called the OCEA Register, which was created and first published on 2/14/13, by Janita Hatley, OCEA Secretary. If you have a story to publish, please submit the story and related photos to Janita, whose contact info is available on the "Officers" list.
- Click here to see the new AACE video & brochure for its newly launched Importance of Code Enforcement Campaign!
- OCEA received a commendation from Governor Fallin for all the hard work that was put into hosting the 2013 AACE Conference in OKC! Congratulations to all that participated in making the AACE conference an event to remember!
Try a new book called "The Art of Code Enforcement", the first of its kind. All proceeds from book sales will be donated to AACE.
Employment Opportunities: Code Officer Position in McAlester (Full-time)
*MNTC" is the acronym for Moore-Norman Technology Center