Housing Is Summit Registration — Terms and Conditions

Registration Costs

Our Early Bird Registration rate is available until Friday, January 28, and our Regular Registration deadline is Friday, May 6. If you have not registered for the Summit by May 6, you can still attend by paying for Late Registration. CLPHA members receive a 50% discount on the Non-Profit & Government Attendee rate.

Each person planning to attend the 202Housing Is Summit must purchase an individual registration. Registration is not transferrable during the two days of the event. If you need to transfer your registration to a colleague prior to the event, please contact us at housingis@clpha.org 

 

 

Early Bird 
(ends 1/28) 

Regular 
(1/28 thru 5/6) 

Late
(5/6 and after) 

Virtual Early Bird 

Virtual Regular 

Virtual Late 

Nonprofit & Government Attendee 
(nonprofit organizations, researchers, government, foundations, schools, healthcare providers, etc.) 

$350 

$450 

$600 

$250 

$275 

$30

CLPHA Members*
(50% off registration) 

$175 

$225 

$300 

$95 

$115 

$135 

For-Profit Attendee 

$450 

$600 

$800 

$350 

$450 

$550 

 

Guest speakers and panelists will receive a discount code – if you are confirmed as a guest speaker or panelist, you should receive a discount code from CLPHA. If you are confirmed to speak and you do not receive a discount code please reach out to housingis@clpha.org. 

*Late registration can only be paid by credit or debit card. Any unregistered guests will need to pay registration on-site at the Late Registration price. 

**CLPHA membership is comprised of approximately 70 public housing authorities across the country. If your organization is not a housing authority, you are not a CLPHA member. Anyone who works for a CLPHA member PHA is entitled to the CLPHA member rate. Not sure if you are a member? Click here for a list of current CLPHA members. If your housing authority is not currently a member but interested in membership, email us at clpha@clpha.org. 

Accepted Forms of Payment
  • Credit or Debit Card: We accept all major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover). Credit and debit cards can be used to pay for Early Bird, Regular, or Late Registration.

  • Checks: All check payments for registration must be received by May 6. No check payments will be accepted after May 6 for Late Registration; all Late Registration payments must be made my credit or debit card.  

  • Early Bird Registration: Checks must be postmarked no later than February 11. Any attendees registered for Early Bird whose checks are postmarked February 11-May 6 must pay the Regular Registration rate. 

  • Regular Registration: Checks must be postmarked by May 6. We cannot accept check payments after May 6; any Regular Registration attendee without a check postmarked by May 6 will be subject to Late Registration pricing and payment method.

  • Late Registration: We can only accept credit or debit card payments for Late Registration. 

Cancellation & Transfer Policy

If you need to cancel your conference registration, please contact our team at housingis@clpha.org.

  • Cancellation requests made by May 6 will be refunded 90% of registration cost.
  • Cancellation requests made between May 6 and May 13 will be refunded 50% of registration cost.
  • No refunds will be issued for registrations canceled after May 13 or for no-shows.
  • You will be refunded with the same payment method used for the original payment (refund to credit/debit card or by check).
  • You may transfer your registration to another person if the request is made via email to housingis@clpha.org by May 6. Please include the contact information for the person to whom you would like to transfer your registration in that e-mail correspondence.  

Switching between virtual and in-person registration:

  • If you would like to transfer your registration from in-person to virtual, please email  by Friday, May 6. Those who transition from in-person to virtual attendance will receive a refund, via your original form of payment of the difference in registration fees between in-person and virtual attendance according to their registration category (CLPHA member, non-profit or government attendee, or for-profit attendee, see above registration fee table). Please note that CLPHA may not be able to process your refund until after the Summit.
  • If you would like to transfer your registration from virtual to in-person, please email  by Friday, May 6 for assistance with transferring your registration. Those who transition from virtual to in-person attendance will need to pay the difference in fees between in-person and virtual attendance according to their registration category.

Covid-19 Specific Cancellation Policy 

  • We understand that COVID-19 pandemic conditions are constantly changing. We will continue to monitor the status of the pandemic and guidelines set by the CDC and local D.C. officials. If it is unsafe to gather in large groups, we will transition the hybrid meeting to a fully virtual meeting and notify all registrants.

  • If we switch the meeting to be held completely virtually, we will convert all in-person registrants to virtual registrants, and refund the difference in the fees. If at that time, registrants would prefer to not attend virtually, they can email housingis@clpha.org for a full refund. 

Summit Health and Safety Policies

As a reminder, all in-person Summit attendees will be required to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19, as well as wear a mask covering their nose and mouth while not eating or drinking. Speakers may remove masks when presenting. For these purposes, CLPHA will follow CDC guidelines and consider attendees to be fully vaccinated if it has been at least two weeks after receiving all recommended doses in the primary series of their COVID-19 vaccination.

In order to expedite the Summit check-in process, we strongly encourage attendees to send proof of COVID-19 vaccination (for example, an image containing the front and back of your vaccination card) via this link before the Summit. You can also show proof of vaccination upon arrival at the Summit venue.

In addition, CLPHA will require that all in-person Summit attendees present proof of a negative COVID-19 viral test result taken no more than 72 hours before the start of the Summit (May 18).  Acceptable tests include an antigen test or a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT), also known as a PCR test. CLPHA will also offer attendees the opportunity to take rapid COVID-19 tests before entering the Summit on May 18 or 19. We will provide more details about how to present proof of a negative COVID-19 test and how to access rapid tests closer to the event.

CLPHA is committed to protecting the health and safety of our attendees and our community, and we are monitoring the evolving pandemic landscape and associated local requirements. As we get closer to the Summit, we may institute additional safety precautions based on the conditions of the pandemic. If it is unsafe to gather in large groups in May 2022, we will transition the hybrid meeting to a fully virtual meeting and notify all registrants. Please see the Registration Terms and Conditions page for information if you need to cancel your registration and how we will handle fees if the event is transitioned to fully virtual.

As a reminder, we are also offering a virtual attendance option for the Housing Is Summit.

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