Representing the asphalt pavement industry in California since 1953
The California Asphalt Pavement Association





The Board of Directors is responsible for setting policy, governance, approving officers, and hiring and evaluating the Executive Director of the association.  All statutory members (asphalt producers and refiners) have a seat on the Board of Directors, and may also designate alternate directors to attend and vote at board meetings if the primary director is unable to attend. Also, paving contractors, voting as a class, have two seats on the Board, one representing Northern California and one representing Southern California. A nine-member Executive Committee and officers help provide guidance to the Executive Director and meeting agenda development. Details about CalAPA committees are HERE. Standing advisory committees include:



The Technical Advisory Committee of subject-matter experts helps guide the association's approach to specification review and development, oversees training and education and advises the Board of Directors on association positions on technical matters. The TAC also provides consistency with CalAPA's regional Technical Committees and helps formulate association positions and recommendations on technical matters for consideration by the Board of Directors.


The Environmental Committee of subject-matter experts  coordinates industry involvement in the regulatory process, including making policy recommendations to the Board of Directors. The committee helps develop policies and strategies for consideration by the Board of Directors, and facilitates association activities to educate members about regulatory matters, such as air quality and water quality laws, rules and regulations, as well as educating members on best practices in compliance.



The Legislative Committee, working closely with the association's Executive Director and contract lobbyist, helps guide the association's legislative program, makes recommendations to the Board of Directors on positions that should be taken by the association on bills and other legislative matters, and helps organize participation in visits to the state Capitol in Sacramento and the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. do meet with elected representatives on matters of interest to the asphalt pavement industry in California.



The Political Action Committee (PAC) oversees the collection and disbursement of political contributions to candidates for state elective office. The committee recommends to the Board of Directors candidates that should be supported by the PAC fund, and helps coordinate tours of facilities by elected officials and staff members to help them understand more about the industry.


The Audit Committee meets periodically to review the association's financial information to ensure that it is accurate, transparent and complies with all laws and standard practices for accounting by non-profit associations.