Welcome to the Oregon Association of Municipal Recorders’ (OAMR) website. OAMR is a professional organization dedicated to enhancing "the quality of our office" and to encouraging "dedication to our profession..." by providing quality educational sessions and promoting professionalism within the recorders' office.
OAMR was established in 1983, and currently has an active membership of more than 220 public servants throughout the state of Oregon. Of these, 65 have attained their Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) designation, and an additional 34 have achieved the prestigious title of Master Municipal Clerk (MMC).
Membership in OAMR offers many benefits in the areas of leadership, communication, training, networking, and professional growth opportunities. Please take a few minutes to explore our website. You'll find information on upcoming meetings; scholarship opportunities; training sessions, including on-the-road workshops; newsletters; and many other resources.
On behalf of the 2014-2015 OAMR Board, I encourage you to join OAMR. If already a member, I urge you to stay involved within the organization. Every member of OAMR is valuable and has knowledge to share. I encourage you to send your comments, suggestions and questions.
Best wishes for a great year!
Amy Sowa, MMC, 2014-2015 OAMR President
Congratulations ladies and keep up the good work!
Click here for a list of certifications prior to those listed above.
EMAIL LIST: If you would like to be included in the OAMR email list for notices and updates please register by clicking here. Each participant will be responsible for entering and updating their own information. The email address for sending information to the members on this list is firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to check the archives for previously discussed items please click here. If you do not know your password, please email Internet Committee Chair Melissa Kiefer.
LISTSERV PROTOCOL: Responses to professional questions should be sent to everyone on the listserv with the exception of "ditto" and/or "my city too" which should be sent to the individual only. Emails of a personal nature including "thank you" and "congratulations" should be sent to the individual only. Email addresses can be found on our membership page for individual responses. Please click here for a more detailed usage guideline.
Most of the documents on this website are in Adobe pdf format. If you have difficulty accessing them or filling out a form, please download the latest version of Adobe Reader by clicking here.