The Complete Guide to Community Association Committees

August 25, 2020

Serving on your association’s board of directors is a big responsibility that requires a lot of time, effort, and resources. Governing and leading a community isn’t easy, and as a part-time volunteer, it’s hard to accomplish everything—there simply aren’t enough hours in the day! 


That’s why establishing committees to help share and divide the workload is so important. With support from various committees, board members can focus on fulfilling their duties more efficiently and effectively. Committees are a part of the basic framework of a community. Created for a specific purpose, committees offer homeowners a way to get involved in the community without feeling overwhelmed or assuming the full responsibilities of a board member. Read this ebook to learn more about committees, their benefits, and more.

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