Committees are created and appointed by the Board of Directors. Ad-Hoc Committees are primarily task-based and focused on specific and timely projects per the Board’s direction. Committees change as community needs do, and most are open to participation by all residents, regardless of HOA membership/home ownership.
If you’re interested in serving on a committee, download and fill out the Committee Interest Form (PDF) and return it to the Onsite Manager.
- Architectural Review Committee (ARC): Reviews and approves applications for changes to exterior of homes and lots.
- Audit Committee: The Audit Committee is comprised of the Board, but the Finance Committee will also review the annual audit and make recommendations.
- Communications Committee: Supports the Board’s communications efforts and makes recommendations on enhancements and improvements to communication channels.
- Community Systems Response Committee: Responds to community and utility systems issues with Lordon Management during non-business hours.
- Emergency Preparedness Committee: Makes recommendations to Board regarding common area emergency preparedness and provides emergency preparedness information to community.
- Finance Committee: Reviews the annual budget, the Reserve Study, and the audit, and makes recommendations to the Board.
- Landscape Committee: Concerns itself with all plants within the common areas of the community.
- Pool Testing Committee: Tests pool chemistry when not tested by staff or pool vendor.
- Social Committee: Plans, organizes, and hosts community social events and provides hospitality services at community meetings. Committee meetings are open to all residents.
- Utility Infrastructure Planning (UIP) Committee: Researches and makes recommendations regarding utility infrastructure upgrade projects.
Ad Hoc Committees
- Gym Committee
- Insurance Committee
- Security Camera Committee
- Commercial Loan Committee
- Playground Committee
- Pool Committee
- Executive Pool Committee
- Volleyball/Basketball Count Committee