Due to emergency conditions, it has been concluded that it is in everybody’s best interest to postpone, until further notice, our CBOAC 54th Annual Business Meeting and Conference, scheduled to commence on October 30th thru November 1st, 2017 in Santa Rosa, CA.
After reviewing the reports and speaking with our Building and Fire Official colleagues in the region this Wednesday morning, the current emergency conditions are still quite volatile within Santa Rosa and other neighboring and regional communities affected by the wildfires. As you may suspect, there are other logistical situations such as power, water, roadways, workforce housing, the airport, air quality, etc. that have been impacted and will likely continue to affect the area for quite a while after the fires have been contained. We apologize for any inconvenience this situation may cause.
Regarding the Flamingo Resort and Conference Center…
The Flamingo Hotel in Santa Rosa has been evacuated by Cal Fire. The mandatory evacuation remains in force at this time. If you have a reservation for today, it has been cancelled. If you have made a reservation through a third party such as Expedia, Orbitz, Trivago, Hotels.com, Hotel Tonight, and Priceline, this reservation is cancelled.
Many third parties ignored our shut down order on Monday morning. For this, we are truly sorry. The hotel informed all third parties to shut down bookings at 9AM on Monday.
Any pre-paid reservation for this week must be refunded by the website or app where the purchase has been made.
Stay safe. Hotel Management
(Please note that the message above is subject to revision as necessary by the Hotel Management. We suggest that you continue to contact the Hotel to verify the status of your particular reservation.)
CBOAC anticipates rescheduling the event, however a firm decision has yet to be made and will be forthcoming as soon as possible.
Regarding CBOAC 2017 ABM sponsorship or conference attendance payments…
If you were planning on sending any checks or other documents to our Treasurer, please cancel that mailing. Our Treasurer is among the many who are currently subject to notice of evacuation.
We understand that you may have financial and other concerns. We will try to address your concerns as quickly as possible. If you desire to roll forward your CBOAC 2017 ABM sponsorship or conference attendance payments towards the 2018 CBOAC Annual Business Meeting and Conference , please feel free to contact us to make the arrangements. We completely understand if you would rather have a refund of your CBOAC 2017 ABM sponsorship or conference attendance payments. Please direct your requests via email to me, in consideration of the Treasurer’s current status. We will make every attempt to process requests as soon as possible.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you should have any questions.
Respectfully, Tony Creter
2017 President, CBOAC
Building Official, County of Alpine
50 Diamond Valley Rd., Markleeville, CA 96120
It is time for annual membership renewal for 2017 or if you are interested in being a member, please click the following link:
pdf 2017 Membership Application (PDF) (523 KB)
The County Building Officials Association of California is pleased to announce that its 2016 Annual Conference and Business Meeting was a success!!
Thank you to all of our Premiere, Platinum and Gold Sponsors we could have not done it without you.
Congratulations to our new officers and award recipients!!
Dear CBOAC Members and Guests:
I wish to express my sincere gratitude to the members of the County Building Officials Association of California for having the confidence in allowing me to serve as its 54th CBOAC President.
As the building official for the smallest county by population in the State of California, I am humbled by your support. It is with the power of networking that allows smaller jurisdictions to be recognized and can gain from the experience of fellow building inspectors, building officials and past CBOAC Presidents.