The Apex Property Owners Association (APOA) is a non-profit organization whose members are comprised of owners of property in the Apex community. The APOA exists to represent the interest of property owners on a diversity of topics and issues in relation to government agencies, Apex Mountain Resort and various other parties. APOA strives to support the sustainability of the resort community and the environmental resources of the Apex area.
It only takes a few minutes to join the APOA.
- Apex Fire Brigade – November 2016 Newsletter
- Apex Waste Transfer Station – Open House Dec 5, 2016 (At Apex) & Dec 6, 2016 (In Penticton).
- APOA Fall Newsletter 2016
- HRVA (Hazard Risk Vulnerability Assessment)
The APOA through the RDOS is conducting an HRVA workshop for the Apex property area.
You might ask what is an HRVA and why are you doing this. HRVA stands for: Hazard Risk and Vulnerability Assessment. An HRVA is a systematic approach to identify hazards, evaluate risk and incorporate appropriate
- Minutes to Sept 7, 2016 Board Meeting
APOA SEPT. 7, 2016 BOARD MINUTES
1227 Kilwinning Street, Penticton BC
PRESENT: Barry Leigh, Julia Valenti, Jen Albrechtson, Colette Stoof, Robert Mclennan, Dianne Pew, Suzie Anderson, Guest Shona Schleppe (RDOS), regrets: Theo Kellner
CALL TO ORDER: Meeting called to order 3:04 PM by President President Barry Leigh
- MINUTES OF JUNE 1 MEETING
- Minutes to June 1, 2016 Board Meeting
APOA BOARD MEETING, JUNE 1 2016
1227 Kilwinning Street, Penticton
PRESENT: Jen Albrechtson, Arnie Erickson, Diane Pew, Barry Leigh, Julia Valenti, Suzie Anderson Robert Mclennan Regrets: Theo Kellner, Colette Stoof
Guest: Shona Schleppe, Area D Rural Services Manager
CALL TO ORDER:
Meeting called to order by President Barry Leigh at 3:35 PM
- MINUTES OF APRIL