I’ve been a member of my homeowner’s association board for the past couple of years, and have re-discovered the time and energy it takes to ensure a neighborhood looks and runs its best, cost effectively.
With all the legal and financial challenges some neighborhoods are facing , Scottsdale has taken a pro-active approach to educating it residents.
SPRING 2009 NEIGHBORHOOD COLLEGE REGISTRATION AVAILABLE
Registration is now available for Neighborhood College, a series of free classes where residents and neighborhood leaders can learn how to better understand and address neighborhood issues.
- April 2 – Homeowners Associations (HOA) From the Inside-Out & Reviewing Arizona’s New HOA Laws
- April 6 – HOA Board Meetings – How to run them legally, fairly, smoothly and expeditiously
- April 20 – Self-Managed or Professionally-Managed…How To Select a Management Company That’s Right for You
- April 23 – Hit a Home Run with Neighborhood Watch
- April 28 – Code Enforcement Basics
- April 30 – What You Need to Know to Amend Your Documents
- May 4 – Computer Crimes. It Could Happen to You and Your Family – Learn How to Prevent It!
- May 7 – Be a Life Saver
- May 12 – The ABC’s of CC&R Enforcement
- May 14 – HOA Budgeting, Financials and Reserves & Insurance
Pre-registration is required for all classes. Most classes are held from 6 to 8 p.m. Get specific class descriptions, locations, and register by calling (480) 312-3111 or visiting www.ScottsdaleAZ.gov/education.