Covid-19: Be In The Know!

As the United States and the world in general face unchartered territory due to COVID-19, common interest communities around the country are also trying to figure out what they can do, what they can’t do, and what they should do.

To assist you with trying to figure all this out and making decisions on how your community should move forward with business, below is a compilation of prior FAQs, and a few new ones, that may help.   GO TO ARTICLE.

State of Colorado Public Health Order 20-24: Stay At Home Requirements

As you likely know, Governor Polis issued a state-wide lockdown last night, which took effect at 6:00 am today.  I started receiving phone calls late last night from managers and board members wondering what this meant for their associations, their boards, and their ongoing activities and projects. While there is a lot to consider inGo to Article

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Sample Resolution Regarding Moratorium on Collections

As discussed in our last blogpost, the near future will likely bring many cases of homeowners unable to pay their assessments in a timely manner.  As such, many boards may be looking at a moratorium on the collection of delinquent assessments, as a way to help homeowners catch up.  In an effort to assist thoseGo to Article

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COVID-19 – MORE FAQs

As we continue to move through the unchartered territory of the coronavirus, we will try to keep you up to date on the various questions sent our way. Here are a few more: What is the fiduciary duty of the Board when it comes to the general welfare of the residents and keeping them healthy?Go to Article

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More Alternatives to Conducting an In-Person Meeting Due to COVID-19

Delays, rescheduling, and closures due to COVID-19 will be a common theme in the next few weeks. Given the level of heightened concern regarding exposure to, and impact from, the virus, it is ok for you to delay any meetings/events that could result in the congregation and/or ongoing close proximity of people. And, if youGo to Article

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Kudos to Nextdoor: Community Building During COVID-19

I will admit that most of the time in my industry (which is HOAs) Nextdoor is not exactly seen in the best light.  While it is supposed to be a neighborhood-networking site, more often than not my involvement with Nextdoor is in response to the question of: “How does the board respond to misinformation onGo to Article

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Covid-19: Considerations for Community Association Boards – Part 2

This webinar was presented March 19, 2020 by Associa and can be seen on YouTube by clicking the link above.  Melissa Garcia is one of the panelists.

Covid-19 and Your HOA: An Update for HOA and Condo Boards on How to Navigate and Prepare for Operational Challenges in Your Community from Coronavirus.

This webinar was presented March 23, 2020 by HOAleader.com and can been seen again on demand by clicking the link above.  Melissa Garcia is one of the co-presenters.

Altitude Community Law Covid-19 Protocols

As we monitor the evolving COVID-19 virus (coronavirus) developments, we are reaching out to our clients and colleagues to advise you of the steps we are taking and to assure you of our continuing availability to serve your legal needs.   GO TO ARTICLE.

Sample Resolution re Moratorium on Late Fees – Interest

See a sample Resolution regarding Moratoriums on Late Fees – Interest.

Tips for Online Board Meetings

Are you holding online board meetings?  See our tips for a successful online board meeting.

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