A free workshop focusing on the needs, interests and issues of homeowner and neighborhood associations in Pima County is only one week away.
Pima County and the Arizona Association of Community Managers (AACM) present “Living Together as Neighbors,” a Homeowners Association Workshop on Saturday, Nov. 5.
The workshop begins with registration at 8 a.m. and runs until 12:30 p.m. at the Ellie Towne Flowing Wells Community Center, 1660 W. Ruthrauff Road, Tucson (east of La Cholla Boulevard). Reservations are requested because of limited seating.
To reserve a seat for your HOA Board or members, email HOASeminar@pima.gov or call 520-243-2939 and leave your name, HOA, number of attendees and your phone number.
This workshop is designed for active members of Pima County homeowner associations. Participant HOAs need not be under management by AACM Certified Arizona Association Managers (CAAM®). It is open to self-managed HOAs as well as neighborhood associations.
The workshop will include:
- A Legislative and Legal Update, including a Q&A, by AACM member attorneys
- “Trim Your Energy Wasteline,” a presentation designed for HOAs by Tucson Electric Power
- “Sustainability for the Desert Dweller,” a presentation by Pima County’s Sustainability and Conservation Office
- “Civility and Civic Engagement: A conversation about where we are headed,” with Kristin Almquist, Community Outreach Director of the National Institute for Civil Discourse at the University of Arizona, and Elva Coor, a member of the Board of Directors of The O’Connor House. Other state and regional civility efforts will be highlighted.
- A panel of AACM CAAM® management professionals will discuss ways in which neighbors and HOA members can work well together in an HOA and neighborhood environment to build better communities.
The Arizona Landscape Contractors Association will have an information booth along with the following Pima County departments and organizations addressing specific subjects: Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteers’ Neighborhood Watch; Community and Economic Development’s Neighborhood Sustainability Program; Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation – Buffelgrass; Department of Environmental Quality; Wastewater Management – sewer information; and Regional Flood Control District – flood insurance.
For more information, contact Duane Krause with the Arizona Association of Community Managers at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 520-334-2004.