to California’s only professional association especially for communications professionals. Because good government requires good communicators.
CAPIO counts among its 300+ members the communications, marketing and outreach staff of cities, school districts, counties, water and air pollution control districts, parks and open space districts, private PR firms, municipal television channels, police and fire departments, and more—professionals who handle public information and communications duties for these agencies and organizations.
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- CAPIO Bylaws Revisions
The CAPIO Board of Directors is seeking to amend portions of the CAPIO Bylaws to keep in-pace with growing membership and industry trends. Members have until April 13 to review and provide comments on the proposed amendments. The new CAPIO Bylaws will be voted on at the April 16 CAPIO Board of Directors meeting. Click here to view proposed revisions to the CAPIO Bylaws. Please email any comments to CAPIO President Rachel McGuire at RMcGuire@wmwd.com.
- Excellence in Communications Awards Gala – Wednesday, April 15, 2015
CAPIO Awards are presented annually by the California Association of Public Information Officials to honor outstanding public agency information and communications programs. We also recognize two individuals for the Communicator of the Year and the Paul B. Clark awards during this event. The 2015 awards will be presented on Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at CAPIO’s 2015 Annual Conference in Long Beach, California. Read More
- 2015 CAPIO Annual Conference
Plan to join us April 13 – 16, 2015 in Long Beach for one of the best educational opportunities for public information officials in California! Registration will be open mid-January when our conference agenda is announced. Conference highlights will include Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia, pre-conference workshop by Kerry Shearer, lessons learned from 2014 events such as the Napa Earthquake and the San Diego fires, the latest in social media tips, writing skills, personal branding, and more.