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.
Know your voting options and make plans—early—for how you will cast your ballot. Check your voter registration status, and request a mail-in ballot as early as possible.
As difficult as the COVID-19 pandemic has been, this crisis has brought people together to find solutions and offer support. It is showing the true strength and value of community.
A well-crafted welcome packet can help community association leaders make a good first impression, cultivate positive feelings toward the community, and potentially get someone involved as a volunteer down the road.
When the widespread threat of COVID-19 in the U.S. became evident in late February, community association board members and managers began asking questions and taking necessary actions.
New technology, demographics, design trends, and more are forcing community associations to adapt—or adopt—rules. What should be considered when determining the right rule for your community?