Serving on the Board
Please consider joining the other volunteer Hermitage homeowners
currently serving your community! Promote positive change in your community by serving on your Hermitage Homeowners Association (HHOA) Board of Directors (the "Board").
Do you wish to serve your community without the responsibility of being on the Board? Join a committee
To run for the Board for next year, submit your nomination using this online form
before the end of this year. Nominee names, addresses, and bios will be listed on the Board of Directors ballots for that year. Proxy ballots will be mailed to each homeowner in early January. Candidates may also be nominated from the floor at the Annual HOA Meeting to be voted on at that meeting. Our Annual HOA Meeting normally takes place mid-late January during which proxy and in-person ballots will be tallied.
Any Hermitage homeowner or spouse of a homeowner can run for the Board, provided that they reside in Hermitage.
- Attendance at 4 quarterly Board meetings and others as required
- Ability to correspond via email
- Normally a 2-year commitment
- Dues up-to-date
- No previous experience needed
- If interested in Treasurer, it is preferable to have Quicken or QuickBooks experience
| What are the 5 positions?
- President presides at meetings and represents HOA at events
- First Vice-President acts in the President's absence
- Second Vice-President manages committees
- Secretary records meeting minutes
- Treasurer monitors finances
Nominations are not for a specific director position but you may indicate a preference on the form
. Positions are agreed upon by the elected members at the 1st Board meeting
- Serving with the other volunteer Hermitage homeowners can be a great way to get to know more neighbors and make positive changes in Hermitage.
- Being on the Board is less demanding now that our housing management handles the day-to-day operations, dues collection, and enforcement with guidance from the Board.
- 10 Reasons to Serve on an HOA Board
|You wish to make Hermitage a better place to live
||You desire it for attention or power
|You vow to put the welfare of the community first
||You think you will get special privileges
|You believe you can exercise calm and fair judgment
||You have a personal agenda or an ax to grind
|You value integrity and promise discretion
||You hope to use it to benefit you or your friends