About the HOA Board
Volunteer for Board of Directors or a Committee
The Board of Directors and our Committees are an important part of our association operations. Board of Director and Committee members help keep our community vibrant; and, by augmenting paid staff, they save the association thousands of dollars each year. The association just wouldn’t be what it is without our active and effective board of directors and committees. They deserve our sincerest thanks.
However, to be successful, our association needs to cultivate fresh ideas and encourage additional resident involvement in our board of directors and committees; so, we’d like your help on the board of directors or one of our committees.
The Board of Directors decisions would be much harder if it were not for our Committees gathering information, offer new ideas and opinions. Serving on Committees provide a training ground for future board members. All committees are advisory to the board unless given specific decision-making authority by the board or CC&R’s.
The board provides each committee with a job description, goal and mission statement to help it succeed as a community resource.
Our association has three types of committees:
- Administrative committees, like our architectural control committee, communication committee, and technical committee, are set out in our association’s bylaws and CC&Rs. They are ongoing, permanent and often have clearly defined power and authority.
- Standing committees, such as our finance and block watch committees are established by the board for an ongoing and specific purpose. These committees generally make recommendations to and act under the supervision of the board.
- Ad-hoc committees, such as our social committee, are established by the board as needed for specific projects and tasks. When the task is complete, they go on to the next activity.
So, please think about running for the board but if you want to learn a little more about association operations first, or if you're interested in helping improve your community or just want to get out and meet neighbors, we would be thrilled to talk to you about our committees and how you might be able to help. Contact any member of the board or call the manager for more information.