HOA Informational Workshops
Each year, City of Boulder Neighborhood Services hosts Homeowner Association (HOA) informational sessions, a series of classes hosted in direct response to resident requests for additional information related to HOA management, legal updates and networking opportunities.
Inside an HOA is for residents who serve as HOA board members and others who have a desire to better understand the laws and requirements related to HOA management and good governance, as well as to provide networking and interaction for HOA board members across the city.
These workshops will return in 2021. In the meantime, please visit our partners at the State of Colorado to find upcoming public forums and webinars.
HOA Officers Forum
The HOA Officers Forum is a quarterly deep-dive into specific topic areas that Homeowners Association Board officers tackle in their roles. The City of Boulder, in partnership with Altitude Community Law, invites HOA Officers to participate and bring their board colleagues.
HOA Officers Forums will also return in 2021. In the meantime, we encourage you to look at the Webinar options from our partners at Altitude Community Law.
Are you a resident or board member of an HOA? There is a lot to learn and understand about how HOAs work and how to be an effective resident or board member. Neighborhood Services offers HOA Basics twice each year, featuring Shanneyvie Johnson from the Colorado State Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA). Shanneyvie will go over all the basics you need to know and answer questions along the way.
Resources and information
Presentation from Shanneyvie Johnson, State of Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies: HOA: The Basics.
Presentation from Jim Talaga, president of Association Reserves: How to Read a Reserve Study.
All resources provided to HOAs by the State of Colorado can be found here.