The CUPA Forum is a statewide association of CUPAs and Participating Agenicies that implement the Unified Program. The organization works to update and continuously improve the Unified Program for the agencies, businesses and communities we serve.
The CalCUPA Forum objectives include:
The CUPA Forum provides a single, strong, consistent voice statewide, and is organized into four regions that works cooperatively with the State agencies.
CalEPA and its Boards, Departments, and Offices (BDOs) participate in regional meetings and Technical Advisory Groups (TAGs).
The CUPA Forum Board, CalEPA and the BDOs comprise the Unified Program Administration and Advisory Group (UPAAG), a management level group that works on policy level issues and long-range planning.
There are four CUPA Forum regions. Regional Forums generally meet bimonthly to quarterly. These regional meetings serve as a way for local agencies to communicate with each other, provide information to and from the Cal CUPA Forum Board and to hear from state agency representatives on issues that impact the local agencies.
The California Unified Program Training Conferences provide professional training in subjects related to enhancing Unified Program implementation and to improve consistency and coordination between the 84 CUPAs and 32 participating agencies (PAs) throughout California.
For more information, you can send an email directly to: ConferenceManager[at]calcupa.org, call 530-676-0815, send mail to P.O. Box 2017, Cameron Park, CA 95682-2017, or use our general contact form.