Political signs can quickly spring up in community associations. Boards should look to state laws and their governing documents to create or revise rules on their display.
A homeowners association in Charlottesville, Va., has transformed its Little Free Library into a pantry stocked with free food for neighbors who are struggling—a gesture of community goodwill during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many community associations are organizing activities and events to entertain residents while observing social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reopening amenities and common areas during the COVID-19 pandemic is a complicated decision for community association leaders. Boards and managers need to ask not only can various amenities be opened, but should they?
Some community association boards have sought guidance about whether using reserve funds is appropriate to address potential cashflow issues caused by COVID-19. Here are some things to consider.