The Purpose of Community Associations

What is this entity that collects your assessments, mows the lawn and occasionally throws a party? One way to think of our community association is as a service organization that provides three types of services to owners and residents.

Boardwalk Association Management Partners with Hayden Homes

BOISE (November 26, 2018)— Boardwalk Association Management is pleased to announce its role as the exclusive provider of association management services for all Hayden Homes-developed communities in southern Idaho.

Boardwalk provides community management assistance for homeowner associations (HOAs), including day-to-day business operations, financial management, communication with property owners, leadership of HOA strategic operations, and common area maintenance.  

Why We Contract for Professional Landscaping

Maintaining common areas is one of the board’s most basic responsibilities. To fulfill that responsibility, the board has contracted with a professional landscaping company. Before signing the contract, the board sought bids from several potential companies, carefully considered the competence and expertise of each company, checked references, and compared fees.

Solutions for Barking Dogs

Dogs left alone all day get bored and restless, and many find relief in barking.

The Essentials of Due Process

Inevitably, from time to time, community rules are broken. When this happens, the association informs residents about the problem and follows what is known as due process procedure.

Homeowner Rights and Responsibilities

Being in an HOA, you have certain rights—and responsibilities.


Considering Joining the Board?

If you’re considering running for your board, take a few moments to ask yourself the following three questions:

Working to Protect your Money

One of the most important responsibilities of the board is to manage the association’s funds—your money. We take this responsibility seriously; these are the procedures we insist on to protect your money:

Ten Reasons to Volunteer for the Association

1. Protect your self-interests. Protect your property values and maintain the quality of life in your community.

2. Correct a problem. Has your car been towed, or do you think maybe maintenance has been neglected?

3. Be sociable. Meet your neighbors, make friends, and exchange opinions.


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