Get together with other local HOA leaders for a CONO-guided discussion about mutual problems & solutions.
It's intended for HOAs with mandatory assessments and some obligations under the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (CCIOA). There is no charge to attend, and it's open to HOAs who are not members of CONO. To the extent practicable, we'll emphasize the needs and challenges of small to medium-sized HOAs (less than 250 residences).
Boardmembers and non-Boardmembers can join us at the CONO Office (309 S. Cascade) on the 3rd Tuesday evening of any month, starting Tuesday, 19 Sep 2017, 5:30-6:30pm. Seating is limited and registration is required. Parking is usually available in the juror parking lot
across the street.
The topics of discussion will include whatever topics people raise within the time limits. Where more time is needed to pursue a discussion for your particular HOA, CONO offers 1-on-1 consulting services - at no charge to CONO members.
You needn't attend every monthly session - just the ones you want (watch for CONO advertisements). But whenever you want to attend, please register in advance. Registration required and seating is limited.
We'd like to know our guests and some of their successes & issues before the meeting, so we can do any necessary research. (We may need a copy of your governing docs if you've not already provided them.) Please complete the registration form below.
Please bring your own refreshments. Water will be provided.
As of 17 Sep, we have 6 HOAs registered for the 19 Sep session. Possible topics to touch upon include:
- fire mitigation efforts
- building a strategic plan
- funding major repairs
- educating members about possible assessment increase
- building energy among owners to get involved in the HOA
- dealing with delinquent owners
- installing community lighting
- nuisances in Common Elements
- handling children issues while complying with Fair Housing Act
- towing cars which have violated parking rules
- regulating dog issues (waste, barking, off-leash)
- transferring some water mains to City maintenance
- how an HOA can have a significant say in land development outside the covenanted area
- extermination of wasps
- amending governing docs (costs, challenges, etc.)