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A Guide to Getting Homeowners Involved in Your Community

February 26, 2020

Committed volunteers are the backbone of a homeowners’ association (HOA). The strength of a community is in its members, and there’s no better way to create a sense of community than to engage homeowners as active volunteers.  

As a board member, it’s your responsibility to encourage homeowners to not only attend meetings, vote, and pay dues, but to also take an active role in the governance of their community by serving on committees, running for board positions, and participating in association activities. 

From recruiting new board members to finding someone to grill burgers at the next neighborhood cookout, these tips will help you connect with homeowners and get them involved in the community.

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