Elevating Utah’s Community Associations

Trusted by your neighbors for over 15 years!

The Utah Chapter of Community Associations Institute (UCCAI) is a non-profit organization servicing the educational, business, and networking needs of community associations in the State of Utah.

Members include condominium, townhome, and single family homeowner associations as well as those individuals and companies who provide services and products to those associations.

The Utah Chapter has approximately 200 members. The Chapter and its members represent and are advocates for the approximately 3,500 Associations and the over 350,000 Association Households in the state of Utah.

The Benefits of Membership

What We Do

  • We offer the most resources available about community association management and governance.

  • We are the only Utah provider of education for community managers and other industry professionals which lead to professional designations.

  • We are the largest advocates on behalf of common-interest communities and industry professionals before legislatures, regulatory bodies and the courts.

  • We are part of an international organization with nearly 40,000 members and 64 chapters worldwide.

  • CAI national conducts research and serves as an international clearinghouse for information, innovations and best practices in community association development, governance and management.

2018 LAC of the Year award.

2019 small chapter Best Net Retention award

Our Board of Directors

Robert Rosing

Education Committee Liaison
Ryan Wimmer

Ryan Wimmer

President Elect
Events Committee Liaison
Michael Miller

Michael Miller

Communications/Publications Committee Liaison

Lauren DeVoe

Marketing Committee Liaison
Scott Anderson

Scott Anderson CMCA, AMS

Southern Utah Committee Liaison

LaMond Woods

Jean Crane

Executive Director

Mindy Knudsen

Mindy Knudsen

Executive Director

Committees & Officers

Southern Utah Committee

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Events Committee

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Education Committee

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