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Free ‘Resident’s Guide to Mesa’ class Nov. 9

Posted 10/22/21

“Resident’s Guide to Mesa’ free classes with useful information to support Mesa residents who want to improve their neighborhoods continue Nov. 9.

“Attend these free …

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Neighbors

Free ‘Resident’s Guide to Mesa’ class Nov. 9

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“Resident’s Guide to Mesa’ free classes with useful information to support Mesa residents who want to improve their neighborhoods continue Nov. 9.

“Attend these free classes to gain a better understanding of city services, connect to other people with common neighborhood concerns and walk away with new tools and training to make positive changes in your community,” according to a release.

Register for the following classes at mesaaz.gov/residents/community-engagement/classes-events-resources.

“Guide to Building Community in Your Neighborhood,” 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 9, at the Charles K. Luster Utilities Building’s North Community Room, 640 N. Mesa Drive.

In this 90-minute class, you will:

  • Create an action plan and walk away with tangible next steps to cultivate more community in your neighborhood;
  • Learn how to build community;
  • Learn how Block Watch, neighborhood clean-ups, neighborhood gatherings and the neighborhood registration program can help strengthen your neighborhood;
  • Receive guidance from key city staff about your neighborhood and how to start planning your neighborhood event; and
  • Receive an invitation to an exclusive online neighborhood network group.

“Guide to Becoming a Community Advocate,” 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2022, location to be determined.

In this 90-minute class, you will:

  • Learn the ins and outs of city government and how to become more involved in decision making;
  • Learn how to take on leadership roles beyond your neighborhood and into the community;
  • Learn the impact of serving on city advisory and nonprofit community boards and how to be appointed to one;
  • Hear inspiring stories of local leaders and gain support in exploring your next volunteer leadership role; and
  • Tour Mesa’s council chambers and learn how to participate in public meetings.

“Duties and Responsibilities of Board Members and Amending CC&R’s, Bylaws and Rules,” 11 a.m.-noon Tuesday, Nov. 16, on Zoom.

To register and obtain the Zoom link, email Yvonne Barron at ybarron@mulcahylawfirm.com or attend on Facebook live.

Topics include:

  • How to amend HOA/condo documents;
  • Costs and reasons to amend; and
  • Successful five-step process for amending CC&Rs, bylaws and rules.

“Q and A,” 11 a.m.-noon Friday, Dec. 3, on Zoom.

To register and obtain the Zoom link, email Yvonne Barron at ybarron@mulcahylawfirm.com or attend on Facebook live

Bring your questions, big and small. Class will cover any HOA/condo questions you have and doesn’t end until all questions are answered, This is a free Q&A for board members, managers and owners on HOA/condo law.

Mesa, HOA, condo, law

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