Become a Volunteer
Homeowners Associations thrive on volunteers and there are many volunteer opportunities available. The dedication and skills of volunteers are an invaluable commodity.
Which volunteer option is the right choice for you? Are you a born leader with fierce decision making skills? Consider a position on the Board of Directors. Do you have a green thumb? Then the garden club, yard of the month or beautification committee is for you! Are you known for throwing outstanding parties? The Social Committee is a perfect fit for your talent.
Whatever your motivation, there’s a place just for you. Volunteers are in high demand. Find out how you can help and make yourself at home!
Following is a summary of the role each officer may play on the Board of Directors; however, the board may elect to transfer some roles to the manager. For example, the manager may lead the meeting or take the minutes; however, the decision makers are the elected directors, not the manager.
The role of the President is that of a leader. The President typically presides over the meetings, keeps the agenda going and ensures sound decisions are made. The President leads discussions and ensures productivity. The President often signs legal documents such as loans and contracts and serves as a signatory for checks (payments).
The Vice-President shall act in place of the President in the event of his/her absence, inability or refusal to act, and shall exercise and discharge such other duties as may be required of this position by the Board.
The Secretary is typically responsible for the minutes of the meeting; however, the manager is often assigned this task and the Secretary signs the acceptance of the minutes upon board approval. The Secretary may also sign various legal documents such as contracts.
What else might you like to do?
This committee works with the contracted landscape company and Board to ensure the common area landscape is well maintained. The committee may assist with color and plant selection of seasonal installations or simply monitor the service provider to ensure the grounds are well maintained. The committee will communicate to the board should a need for improvement be necessary and work on design specs for new proposals.
The Committee may also assist with community-wide events such as "yard of the month" during the summer months.
What do volunteers do?
If you like this community, if you want to make it even better, they can always use your help. Links to “job” positions are on this page, below:
This community employs a full service management company, C.I.A. Services, Inc., to provide professional community association needs. They handle all aspects of budgeting and financial management, watch over the facilities and contractors, deed restrictions, interpersonal relationships among neighbors and more. They train our key personnel and board members. Learn more about their capablilies and their responsibilities to us: