Happy homeowners need to speak up about their community association experiences, particularly when legislative updates are being considered. We have a voice that matters in the process. Learn how to use it.
The Highlands Ranch Community Association, a master planned community of more than 32,000 homes and 2,000 commercial venues in the Denver suburbs, prides itself on governance and service for its more than 100,000 residents. That dedication recently earned the community the CAI Rocky Mountain Chapter association of the year award.
If an association installs a charging station meant to be shared, it may need to create rules or regulations governing access to it. Rules could include things like who can use charging stations, when, and for how long.
The TradeMark Condominium, a 28-story, high-rise community evokes a warm, inviting, and family-like atmosphere that belies its location and exterior. Together, the management, leadership, and residents of TradeMark have created and nurtured an excellent example of what a community association strives to be.
Community associations need to prepare for electric vehicles as more drivers bring them home and expect to plug in. Board members and managers can plan to either provide charging stations as an amenity or offer residents guidelines to install their own.