Oakland County Clerks Association

Stack of the old paper documents in the archive.

Founded in 1973, the Oakland County Clerks Association (OCCA) is a dynamic and influential organization comprised of more than 85 members from 61 Oakland County Communities.

Our organization seeks to promote professional development of municipal clerks by offering opportunities to share ideas, cultivate relationships and gain greater insight and understanding through our quarterly meetings.

A standing committee of the OCCA is the Legislative Committee which provides a collective voice for the membership on all pending or proposed legislation that pertains to the responsibilities or functions of the municipal clerk.

OCCA is governed by a five-member executive board with equal representation from a city, village and township whenever possible.


Lunch and Learn Photos – May 18, 2023

Join us for the July 13, 2023 Lunch and Learn at Meadow Brook Hall. Registration and networking start at 11:00 a.m. with lunch being served at 11:30 a.m. There will be a complimentary tour of the grounds starting at 2:15 p.m. If interested, please not your tour RSVP on the registration form. Hope to see you there!

Join us for the OCCA “Lunch and Learn”, May 18, 2023, at Ginos’s Santia Banquet Center in Keego Harbor.

The 2023 Membership Notice is now available!!

Please click https://theocca.com/membership/ for the fillable form and remit by March 15, 2023


MAMC Clerk of the Year!

OCCA applauds the strong Oakland County representation for the MAMC coveted Clerk of the Year! The following clerks were nominated because they represent their communities with continued diligence and integrity in the clerking profession! Congratulations to all three ladies!

Their full bios can be found at https://michiganclerks.org/clerk-of-the-year/

Laura Pierce, City of Auburn Hills

Cheryl Rottmann, City of Madison Heights

Laura Pierce, City of Auburn Hills

2022 OCCA Holiday Bowling Party!