HOA Academy and Classes
FREE HOA CLASS
January 16th (1-3:00pm)
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New 2017 Arizona Case Law Makes It Difficult to Levy and Collect Fines
Presented by Mulcahy Law FirmDid you know that a recent Arizona Court of Appeals decision will likely have a major impact on a community associations’ ability to validly assess and collect monetary penalties (aka fines)? This class will discuss the following minimum requirements in order to validly assess monetary penalties (aka fines), legally proper methods to collect fines from owners and alternative options to pursue enforcement of violations (e.g. suspending voting rights; suspending rights to use common areas/facilities; exercising self-help; ADRE complaints; injunctive relief lawsuits, etc.). A free fine schedule will be provided to each attendee.
Next HOA Class will be held on May 10, 2018. Topic: TBD
Upcoming HOA Academy - March 3, 2018 (registration will begin late January)
Last year’s HOA Academy topics were:
- HOA Basics
- Social Media
- Parking Lot- HOA Problems and Issues of the Attendees
- How to Effectively Handle Rental Properties
- HOT Topics - Pros & Cons
- Peoria Environmental Resources Division
- Peoria Police Department's Victim Assistance Unit
HOA Academy Mission
The mission of this Academy is to educate HOA board members, management teams, and all interested homeowners. The information provided by the Academy will enable students to maintain vibrant, healthy and responsive homeowners associations. The City of Peoria is proud to partner with Ekmark & Ekmark and Mulcahy Law Firms to offer this dynamic one day training course once a year.
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Neighborhood Grants Program - Currently Open (first come, first serve)
- Grant Applications are currently being accepted on a first come, first served basis. The application process can take up to 30 days to be approved.
- Projects cannot begin until the application has been approved and the contract has been executed. NOTE: All projects must be completed by June 15, 2018.
Download a copy of the Neighborhood Grants Application (PDF)
The City of Peoria's Neighborhood Grants Program is designed to assist neighborhood-based improvement projects to prevent the decline of neighborhoods throughout the city. Neighborhood groups and associations who are active partners in their community and interested in improving the quality of life of their neighborhoods are encouraged to apply.
- Neighborhood Grants Brochure (PDF)
- Neighborhood Grants Guidelines (PDF)
- Traditional Neighborhood Requirements (PDF)
- Tips for Applying for a Grant (PDF)
- See Examples of Community Projects (PDF)
- Sign up for Email News about the Neighborhood Grants Program
Neighborhood and HOA InformationHOA Interactive Map View Peoria's HOAs on an interactive map. Click on the HOA of interest and view the contact information! HOA Contact List Need to get in touch with the main contact for your HOA? Click on the link above for a list of known HOA contacts in Peoria. Register Your Neighborhood
Make sure that we have the most current information on your community so that we can continue to update our HOA Contact List. Additionally, every community MUST be registered to apply for the Neighborhood Grants Program.
Why Register My Neighborhood?The Community Assistance Division maintains a directory of traditional neighborhood associations and homeowners associations. This information is used to facilitate the flow of information regarding neighborhood issues to and from City Hall. If you are a resident in a community governed by a homeowner association, or if you are a member of a traditional neighborhood association, we ask that you take a moment and register your association by completing/updating the Neighborhood Registration Form. Because of the constant changes in leadership we need your help to keep our list up to date to better serve you.
Have Questions? We have answersCommunity Developmen Community Assistance Division
9875 N. 85th Avenue, 1st floor
Peoria, AZ 85345
Phone: (623) 773-5140