If you rent a home in our community, you’re part of our community association, and we welcome you. We’d like to meet you at one of our board meetings.
Sometimes we can’t reach you with our newsletters, especially if you’re leasing from an out-of-state owner or a corporation. If this is you, please let our manager or a board member know your name, address, email address and phone—and we’ll include you on all our mailing lists.
In case your landlord hasn’t passed along this information, here are a few tips to make living in our community enjoyable and stress free:
- All residents—owners and renters—must comply with association rules and regulations. They’re reasonable rules that protect property values, preserve the nature of our community, and make more life enjoyable for everyone. If you need a copy of our rules, please check our website, contact the manager or a board member. The association has the legal authority to enforce all rules, equitably and consistently. We don’t like to take action against those who may not have received this important information, but it’s our obligation to do so.
- Renters are entitled to all the privileges of association membership except voting. We can’t extend those privileges to you if we don’t know who you are. Contact our manager or a board member and let us know how to reach you. That gives you the advantage of knowing what’s going on in the community.
- You don’t have to own your home to be interested in your community. If you’d like to volunteer for a committee or other type of service to the association, we can’t wait to meet you. Responsible, service-minded residents are the backbone of our association regardless of their ownership status.
- If your lease is about up, and you’re moving away, we’re sorry to see you go; but, please notify the manager or tell a board member.
So, welcome to our community. We want you to enjoy your experience here—perhaps enough to become an owner some day.