The primary responsibility of the Columbia Apartment Association is to keep abreast of city ordinances and the activities of the regulatory agencies that affect the operation of rental housing organizations. The association promotes the best interests of the multi-housing industry through legislation on a local, state and national basis. Through your affiliation with the Missouri and National Apartment Associations your voice in the Legislature and Congress will be heard not only fighting poor legislation but in proposing good legislation.
The CAA works with local government regarding local zoning ordinances, building codes, city and county tax issues, rent control, occupancy permits and mandatory trash pick-up and other issues that may develop with implementation of Tax Reform.
Our association, along with the Missouri Apartment Association (MAA) and the National Apartment Association (NAA), work together to stop or promote legislation as needed. Together, these associations make up a great coalition of apartment owners and managers in Missouri.
Current Issues – City of Columbia
Current Issues – State of Missouri
Missouri Elected Officials
34 Senators and contact information
Kurt Schaefer Republican District 19
163 Representatives and contact information
Boone County Commissioners
3 Commissioners and contact information
City of Columbia Council
7 Wards, Ward Representatives and contact information
City of Columbia Boards and Commissions
The Columbia Apartment Association is concerned with professionalism within the multi-family industry and supports programs and seminars for all phases of management. National professional designation programs are offered on a regular basis throughout the year and are designed to teach and refine skills for on-site managers, assistant managers and leasing consultants. Other programs include courses for apartment maintenance technicians and property supervisors.
Visit missouriapartmentassociation.net for a list of upcoming events in Missouri.