The Community Associations Institute (CAI) is a non-profit organization helping community associations (condominiums, cluster housing, planned unit developments and open space communities) with 31,000 members. The Oregon Chapter serves the 7,000 HOAs in Oregon.
What does CAI do?
CAI provides resources, educational opportunities and advocacy by:
- Serving as clearing house and research center on community associations;
- Assisting members establish and operate successful association communities through publications, workshops, and technical assistance;
- Providing a national and state forum for discussing key issues in the field;
- Focusing attention on the concerns of community associations, managers and vendors.
By joining CAI, you automatically become a member of the Oregon Chapter of CAI as well as the National CAI.
What is CAI Oregon? Find out.
To receive a membership application packet or to find out about volunteer opportunities in the Oregon Chapter, send your request to or CAI-OR, P.O Box 23423, Tigard OR, 97281
2013 Service Directory - The CAI Oregon Service Directory is a great resource for finding and connecting with service providers. It has been updated and looking to fill more listings! Click Here to check it out.
The 2013 Service Directory can normally be found under the "Member Services" menu tab.
Community Associations Roadshow -
Bringing Experts to Your Association for FREE
CAI Oregon now offers convenient, complimentary expert information on topics of your association's choice at your location! Find out more
ON LINE 2013 SPONSOR FORM
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January 30th- Kick Off - Free Event
See event calendar
Updated 2012 Service Directory
See Federal Policy Update(look in Helpful Tools)
Resource Center(Luncheon Slides, Helpful Tools, etc)