Diversified Association Management will be participating in Take a Turkey to Work Day next Friday November 16th, 2018.
Care and Share team members and volunteers will be collecting frozen turkey donations from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the five participating King Soopers locations listed below. The turkeys will be distributed to their partner food pantries and meal sites the very next day.
9225 N Union Boulevard, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
7915 Constitution Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80951
815 Cheyenne Meadows Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80906
3250 Centennial Boulevard, Colorado Springs, CO 80907
102 W. 29th, Pueblo, CO 81008
We are looking forward to supporting a great cause!
If you have ever visited the Diversified Association Management Colorado Springs office, you have likely been greeted by me upon your arrival.
My name is Boots, I am the Director of First Impressions at Diversified. My primary role is setting the tone for our organization. As the first and last person our clients see when they are in the office, I play an instrumental role in ensuring a positive experience.
As a fundamental part of the office, I take HOA management very seriously. I love seeing homeowners who take care of their pets and follow the HOA rules. I have a few tips to keep your pets happy and to avoid pet problems in your community.
1. Keep pets on a leash when walking! It is not only part of the covenants but a city ordinance as well. From firsthand experience, I can tell you not all pets are as sweet and friendly as me.
2. Pick-up after your dogs! Even dogs notice when your community is kept clean and well maintained.
Whether you live in a Condominium, Townhome, or single-family home your dog is part of the community and needs to follow all of the doggy rules listed above.
If you have any other pet-related questions, I would encourage you to stop by and say hello. Free belly rubs, and treats are always encouraged.
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Neighbors are peaceful, and all perceive things the same way. Right?
Well not always. Whether you live in a single-family, condominium or townhome homeowner’s association tension may arise and neighbor-to-neighbor conflict can occur.
It may be a barking dog, loud music at night or a neighbor’s trash blowing into your yard. Diversified Association Management understands this occurs even with the best intention. Here are a few tips in handling neighbor-to-neighbor conflict when you live in a HOA:
1. Talk to your neighbor! At times homeowners may not know that they are doing something that bothers you. Reach out to your neighbor and engage in friendly conversation. They may not be aware of the problem, so come from an open and agreeable mindset. Also, bring a solution to the table. That way conversation is focused on how to solve the issue.
2. When talking to your neighbor face-to-face does not resolve the problem, the next step is to look at your HOA’s governing documents, as well as city/county ordinances. There may be restrictions in place such as required landscape maintenance or noise nuisances. Take this information to your neighbor first, and explain the wish to resolve it together opposed to taking it up with the HOA or other authorities.
3. If all else fails, and the issue fails to follow the HOA’s governing documents or city/county ordinances, contact the proper authority. The homeowner’s association can typically address complaints such as pet waste, noise disturbances, etc. and even the local police department is able to enforce noise after certain hours or illegally parked vehicles. Diversified Association Management does recommend that this is a last resort option.
Our goal is is to support homeowners and inspire and engage the human spirit to foster a sense of community.
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