Recent incidents around the display of the Confederate battle flag in some community associations have renewed the need to understand its racial implications and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion.
We need to identify, recruit, attract, and motivate young professionals to our industry. Fostering future leaders is a journey, and we need to make a conscious effort to engage, improve, promote, and inspire our members.
As we celebrate Flag Day, it’s important for community association residents to know the association’s rules on displaying the U.S. flag as well as applicable state laws and restrictions on other types of flags.
As community associations become increasingly diverse, so too should their civility efforts. CAI’s Civility Pledge encourages associations to find common ground and build a lasting framework to facilitate conversations around complex issues.
As more communities open their pools this season, a new CAI report looks at the different ways to keep residents safe without risking legal repercussions.
COVID-19 vaccines have been a frequent topic of discussion for community association leaders. As the U.S. enters a post-pandemic phase, it’s important for board members and community managers to address any ongoing questions and concerns about vaccinations and association operations with residents.