Sitting on the board of your homeowners association is a rewarding way to get involved in your community, get to know your neighbors, and personally ensure that your property values are preserved and protected–for the immediate future and in the long run. Many residents want to serve on their HOA board but aren’t sure where to start. We have discovered that there are certain traits that make for excellent board members. Here’s what to look for if you’re thinking of serving on your community’s HOA board.
The drop box is located at the front of the office door. You can drop off all correspondence including your HOA Assessment Payments in the form of Check, Money Order or Cashier's Check. *Please always include your name and property address so we can contact you if needed. It is important to include your address with all written correspondence including mail so we can contact you. There has been numerous times when there isn't a return address and we cannot get ahold of that Homeowner.