Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C. 2019 Fall Community Association Classes

We are excited to announce our Fall class schedule! We look forward to seeing you there!



OCTOBER

Glendale HOA Academy:
10/15- 5:30- 7:00 p.m.- HOA Communication & Social Media

Associations who communicate early and often with their owners have the fewest problems. Technology is an important part of our day to day lives. There are increasingly more technological advances available to community associations. The Arizona legislature has included the use of technology into new state laws. Online voting, association websites, online payments and virtual meetings have been created to make information, communication and accessibility easier for the association membership and board of directors. This class will show Boards how to communicate with their owners and will discuss how associations can effectively use technology to run their associations.

Location: Glendale Adult Center- 5970 W Brown St, Glendale, AZ 85302

To register: Please contact the City of Glendale at 623.930.2044

Glendale HOA Academy:
10/22- 5:30- 7:00 p.m.- Life Balance 101: Tips for Board Members on How to Survive Your Time on the Board

Being on a Board is rewarding, but, it is also stressful. This class will give board members tools to manage stress and effectively handle negativity directed towards the Board and the Association. We will discuss what Boards should do if the news media contacts the Board regarding a problem in the Association. Finally, we will show class attendees how to prioritize Association tasks to accomplish goals.

Location: Glendale Adult Center- 5970 W Brown St, Glendale, AZ 85302

To register: Please contact the City of Glendale at 623.930.2044

Glendale HOA Academy:
10/29- 5:30- 7:00 p.m.- Lets get along! Association Boards and Owners can work together!

When you live in an association, you encounter many different personalities. This class will provide attendees with a free DISC personality assessment and will teach attendees how to better understand themselves and others so that everyone can get along and work together.

Location: Glendale Adult Center- 5970 W Brown St, Glendale, AZ 85302

To register: Please contact the City of Glendale at 623.930.2044


NOVEMBER

SW Valley HOA Summit:
11/5- 6:00- 8:00 p.m.- Troubleshooting Negative Reaction to Community Topics & How Owners and Boards can Implement Positive Changes in Your Community Association

Is your Association’s Board thinking about implementing something controversial (a special assessment, mandatory repainting of homes or a large capital improvement project)? This class will address the best way for a board to troubleshoot possible negative reactions to controversial community topics. This class will teach you everything that a Board needs to know to have a strong and effective board.

Location: Avondale City Hall- Mojave Room, 11465 W Civic Center Drive, Avondale, AZ 84323

To register: Please call 623.333.2701

Surprise HOA Academy :
11/6- 6:00- 8:30 p.m.- Emerging Trends in the Community Association Industry

Emerging Trends in the Community Association Industry:

• Rental Property Issues (VRBO)
• Prohibiting Sex Offenders from Living in Associations
• Owners Requesting Electric Car Charging Stations
• Transparency by Boards
• Pet Issues
• Increase in Number of Fair Housing Act Violation Cases and Preventative Measures
• Technology in Associations
• Changes in Demographics
• Rise in Environmental Issues
• Updating of Outdated Association Documents

Location: Public Safety Building Auditorium, 14250 W. Statler Plaza, Surprise, AZ 85374

To register: please call Ruby Sitea at (623) 222-3242 or email Ruby.Sitea@surpriseaz.gov

Mesa HOA Academy :
11/7- 1:00- 2:30 p.m.- Fair Housing & Pet Issues

Do you understand the terms reasonable modification and reasonable accommodation? The board of directors should! This class will provide you with a clear understanding of the association’s requirements with regard to the Federal Fair Housing Act and other federal laws. Additionally, we will cover the importance of reviewing governing documents for possible amendments needed to ensure that the association is in compliance with state and federal laws. This class will also cover how to best handle barking dogs, the liability for an association when there is an accident that involves a dog, how to create legal pet rules that work, service animals and how to handle chickens, pot-bellied pigs and goats.

Location: Dobson Ranch HOA (La Casita)- 2719 E. Reyes, Mesa, AZ 85202

To register: CLICK HERE