The purpose of the Communications Committee is to work together with the HOA Board, management, and staff, to inform, engage, and educate residents and other interested parties regarding issues important to their understanding of, and participation in, the neighborhood. Members of the Communications Committee endeavor to ensure that HOA communications increase resident awareness of neighborhood news and events, as well as inform them of the needs and benefits of living in this community. Our commitment is to build a sense of community by fostering two-way communication, while at the same time presenting accurate information in a timely and convenient manner.
Following the publication policies of the HOA, members of the Communications Committee maintain content and design of the neighborhood newsletter, the Association web site, and other Association communications on an as-needed basis. The Committee also makes recommendations regarding the Association’s annual budget for communication activities.
Frequently Asked Questions
- I have news that I feel the community will be interested in. Can I get this added to the website?
- Yes. The content of the news is subject to some discretion. Fill out the contact form with the details and someone will contact you about adding news to the website.
- I know of an upcoming event that I feel the community will be interested in. Can I get this added to the website?
- Yes. The event is subject to some discretion. Fill out the contact form with the details and someone will contact you about adding an event to the website.
- Is the Communications Committee in charge of the community's social media sites?
- We are administrators on some of the social media sites, however the HOA is not represented on them.
- I have an article that I feel the community will be interested in reading. Can I get this added in an upcoming newsletter?
- Yes. The article is subject to some discretion and editorials. Fill out the contact form with the details and someone will contact you about adding an article in an upcoming newsletter.
- Wayne Chatelain