2021 Conference Survey

The Board of Directors has begun planning for our annual conference. We'd like to better understand your thoughts and concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and its potential impacts on our organization's efforts to keep you safe during our activities and events. Your feedback is vital to our planning efforts. To this end, we would appreciate you taking 5 minutes to complete the following survey. Your responses are voluntary and will remain confidential.

All responses are due on or before Tuesday, February 16, 2021.


COVID-19 Response

Our hearts go out to all those impacted by COVID-19. There is no question this is a time of great uncertainly. While we don't know exactly what the future may hold, we feel confident that by sticking together and supporting each other we will emerge from this stronger than before. 

In light of the hardships currently faced by the industry and to protect the safety of our members and friends, the Board of Directors has decided to cancel this year's annual conference in Charleston, S.C. We look forward to offering other virtual content throughout the year.

For additional thoughts, please read the President's Letter here: CPMA Letter from the President - April 2020


“The Carolinas Parking and Mobility Association (CPMA) is a professional association of parking administrators, practitioners, suppliers, vendors and consultants formed for the purposes of acquiring knowledge; encouraging professional development; providing mutual support, and creating an environment for professional interaction.

Membership is open to government bodies, authorities, colleges, universities, hospitals, airports, corporations, other types of businesses and individuals associated with the parking industry, and to others supporting the organization’s objectives.

The CPMA is affiliated with the International Parking and Mobility Institute, and seeks to appeal to both the large and small institution, municipality, operator or business person with an interest in both national and regional parking related issues.”