New Year’s Resolutions for Your Gated Community
Your gated community in Ventura is secluded from the common person and it needs to be secure in order to guarantee your security.
New Year’s resolutions are things one makes in order to better their lives, but often fall short. If an entire community, however, makes a resolution, the people in it may encourage one another to see it all the way through. Here are a few New Year’s resolutions your gated community in Ventura can make to make it a safer and better place for you to live.
Assess Volunteer Skills in Community
Your association is a business, and you must have qualified people who run it. There are many boards across the nation who find that they lack people, power, and/or the necessary skills to keep the community in tip-top shape. A property management company can help you manage the association more effectively.
Examine Board Communication
If members of the board fail to share information with all directors, a communication failure is bound to happen. In order to best avoid any issue (and even those outside of gated communities), communication must be open and must be encouraged throughout the community.
Gauge Fiscal Health of Association
In order to ensure that your association can keep you safe and sound, it needs to have enough money in the bank. Is your delinquency rate under your control? Could your collections be better? Are the assessments up to standard? You must balance the association’s current and future needs to create a vibrant community.
Your business deserves to be a place where you, your employees, and customers should feel comfortable and secure. Contact the security professionals at Cornwall Security Services, serving Ventura County and the surrounding Westlake areas, for more safety and security practices.