Contact Information: First and foremost, your HOA website must have easily accessible contact information, including phone numbers and email addresses for HOA board members, managers, or other designated contacts.
Community Rules & Regulations: This information should be easily located on your website and updated as needed. Doing so helps to ensure that all residents are aware of the community’s rules and regulations.
Calendar & Upcoming Events: Having a calendar of all upcoming HOA events is a great way to keep members informed and engaged. Not sure what to include on the calendar? For starters, consider monthly board meetings, annual general meetings, social events, and community workdays.
Financial Reports & Budgets: Keep members up-to-date on the financials of your HOA by providing budget reports, meeting minutes, and other important documents. Doing so will help maintain transparency and build trust between HOA members and board members.
By-Laws & Rules: It’s important to ensure that all HOA members understand the rules and regulations of your community. Having a clearly articulated set of by-laws and rules helps keep conflict at bay and keeps everyone informed.
Maintenance & Repairs: Keeping your community in good condition is a priority for all HOAs. Establishing a protocol for reporting maintenance issues, setting up preventive maintenance schedules, and keeping track of repairs will help ensure that your community remains in the best possible shape.
Board & Committee Elections: Having clear rules and regulations regarding board and committee elections can help maintain civility and fairness among members. Outlining how members of the board and committees are to be elected, as well as setting clear term limits, can help keep your community running smoothly.