Get Involved With Waterleaf Falls
Please join the fun! We welcome you to join any of our committees. There is a spot for everyone!
President : Tim Komazec
Vice President: Warren McEnulty
Secretary: Eyad Almalood
Treasurer: Lacy Goldberg
At Large: Maureen Olson
Waterleaf Falls Committees
Below is an overview of our committees. Please click on the committees link for more information.
- Keep the entire community informed of important community events, as well as city, state, and county items of interest to homeowners.
• Maintain frequent contact with other committees to report current events
• Coordinate receiving reports from other committees
• Generate a newsletter or coordinate submission of articles on a regular basis to be established by the Board or committee based on “news-worthiness” and cost restraints. The final copy of the newsletter must be approved by the Board of Directors.
• Update on community information related directly to the neighborhood (road closings, construction, school dates, etc.)
• Update on pertinent information in the city (elections, changes in trash days, etc)
To become involved please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Neighborhood watch meets at the HOA Park Pavilion. This committee is active in the safety of our neighborhood. Neighborhood watch is always looking for more block captains to facilitate communication throughout the community. To join or request more information contact WaterleafNeighborhoodWatch@gmail.com.
Neighborhood Watch – Not currently active in 2017
• Foster a cohesive community by organizing fun, interesting events for the entire community so neighbors can meet and socialize each other.
• Brainstorm ideas for association social events & plan events for the year in advance.
• Create welcome baskets to make new homeowners feel welcomed.
• Create an annual budget with an estimated cost for each actual event.
• For each event, create an itemized budget to be approved by the Board of Directors before any spending takes place.
• All activities which HOA funds go toward should be all inclusive of the community members. Examples: garage/yard sales, pot-lucks, back-to-school party, and ice cream socials.
Even if you only have a small amount of time to offer – it is largely appreciated! Contact WaterleafSocial@gmail.com
- [THIS COMMITTEE IS CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS.] This committee will visit new neighbors moving into the neighborhood to welcome them and provide a newcomers packet that provides information on staying connected and getting involved in the community.
- [THIS COMMITTEE IS ANONYMOUS] Homeowners are to complete the nomination form on the Yard of the Month Page. The YoM Committee will then visit the homes that were nominated and choose the top four yards from those nominations. If, however, the committee does not receive any nominations, they will choose the winner(s) by driving the entire neighborhood as they have done in the past.Contact: Waterleafyardofthemonth@gmail.com
- This committee reviews Waterleaf Falls’ Governing Documents for compliance and possible changes. The committee brings back their proposed changes to the Board. Changes will then be voted on by the Members.
To contact them, e-mail: Waterleafbylaws@gmail.com
General Committee Guidelines
The following guidelines apply to all committees operating in the Waterleaf Falls community as designated by the Board.
- The purpose of a committee is to assist and advise the Board.
- The committee must obtain Board approval if dealing with an issue outside its own job description.
- The committee may recommend policies and rules to the Board. The Board is responsible for review policy recommendations and adopting recommendations they feel are beneficial to the community.
- The committee does not have authority to implement policies that have not been approved by the Board.
- Committee recommendations to the Board on policies or actions should be in writing and supported with sound research in order to allow the Board to make an informed decision.
- Unless otherwise directed by the Board, committees should not give direction to vendors or solicit bids from contractors.
- Unless otherwise directed by the Board, committees should not give direction to the property manager.
- The committee should be prepared to report to the Board at each scheduled Board meeting.
- The committee should determine an appropriate schedule, venue and meeting length for its meetings.
- The Committee should designate a member to take notes and keep records of the meetings.