For me, it is hard to believe it is 2014 already!! When I was asked in 2012 to serve on the Board and eventually as an Officer I wasn’t sure what the job entailed. My New Year’s resolution for 2011 was to be more out-going and proactive in meeting new people, which was a challenge at the time being a newer stay-at-home mom of a newborn. I thought serving at home with the HOA would be a perfect fit!
I began my term in 2012 with the goal of breathing new life into the HOA. With an excellent team of volunteers I believe we have done just that! Now it is time to pass the torch once again. I will be stepping down as President this coming July 1st, 2014. More importantly, I firmly believe new leadership is necessary for the HOA to continue as our neighborhood evolves. Should the members approve, I would like to remain on the Board to actively support the incoming President of 2014-2015.
The past two terms of Directors and Officers have stream-lined the process of serving to make serving easier for ourselves and future volunteers. Our record keeping and document storage and retrieval has greatly improved by utilizing new technologies. Our web-site has been revamped and is successfully up and running. We are now regularly using social media to communicate. These are just a few of the many ways we have organized the Board to take the ‘work’ out of serving.
It is important to note that we must have a HOA to fulfill our contractual obligation with the city. The contract was created to allow our bordering wall to be built on the city right of way.
Would you please consider volunteering? The Board meets monthly for an hour and a half excluding December. In addition, we decide as a team what projects we have the availability to take on so no person is forced to serve beyond his or her availabilities. No experience is necessary… living in the neighborhood and being an HOA member qualifies you to serve.
The following are positions available for the 2014-2015 term:
Board of Director
Office of President (Board of Director)
Office of Assistant Secretary (Board of Director)
Thank you to the dozens of volunteers with whom I have served! I look forward to meeeting even more neighbors in the coming year!
for membership July 1st, 2013 to June 30th, 2014. Regency Park I & II Homeowners Association, Inc. is pleased to offer this new payment option. To pay on-line simply click the 'Donate' button below. To join a minimum donation of $75 or more per household (renter or owner) is required.
Payment by check is still preferred. Checks may be written out to Regency Park HOA. Checks may be mailed to:
To find out more, please email RPD75287@ymail.com or come to the Annual Meeting on April 15 at 6:30