The Ontario Association of Property Standards Officers is the leading professional association for the field of Property Standards.

The purpose of the Association is to provide training to municipal personnel engaged in the administration or the enforcement of legislation governing the maintenance, occupancy, repair and improvement of property and the environment.

The Association has representation from municipalities and Government agencies from across Ontario. This representation provides our members with a diverse range of experience to draw upon.

Recent News and Highlights

2020 Memberships Are Now Due

Your 2020 OAPSO Membership is now due.

 

Please ensure that you apply for or renew your membership as soon as possible so that you can take advantage of membership rates on training through OAPSO and so you can vote at the AGM.

Click the button below to be directed to the Membership Page. 

2020 Annual Training Seminar and Annual General Meeting

The 2020 Annual Training Seminar and Annual General Meeting will be held at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario from May 24 to May 29, 2020. 

More details, including registration information will be posted as it becomes available. 

The Property Standards Newsletter - Autumn 2019

The Autumn 2019 Edition of The Property Standards Newsletter is now available. 

Please click the button below to view The Property Standard.

Impacted by Bill 204? New to Property Standards?

Find out how the Ontario Association of Property Standards Officers can help. 

 

  • Drafting a Property Standards By-law

  • Property Standards Appeal Committee Implementation

  • Training on Property Standards Enforcement Processes

  • Balancing the Interests of Complainants with the Rights of Property Owners

  • General Support and Advice

To find out more, please click the button below.

Property Standards Appeal Committee Training

The Ontario Association of Property Standards Officers provides Property Standards Appeal Committee Training.

Training includes information about the Building Code Act, Property Standards, the investigative process, powers and responsibilities of an officer, duties of the committee, appeal format, powers of the committee, and communicating committee decisions.

 

For more information about Property Standards Appeal Committee Training, please contact Director Stephen Jamieson.

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