. About SCOHA .
  The Scottsdale Council of Homeowners Associations (SCOHA) is an educational, non-profit organization composed of Scottsdale homeowners associations. SCOHA's goal is to provide a place for HOA board members to gather, analyze, exchange, and distribute information important to the community associations in which they live. SCOHA supports its members' communities through education in order to protect their members' investments in their homes and their quality of life. Since its founding in 1974, SCOHA's membership has grown to over 80 associations. 

Our luncheon meetings are usually held on the fourth Tuesday of each month, except June, July, August, and December, at McCormick Ranch Golf Club, at 11:30 a.m.

If you are considering joining SCOHA, we invite you to attend one of our luncheons to see what we're all about - and we'll even pick up the tab for this first visit. Contact Andrea to reserve a spot.


Click HERE to find links to the latest "Legislative Changes and Implementation Manual," "Law Summary," and "Condo & Planned Community Statues in Arizona" documents, courtesy of Carpenter Hazlewood.
  Upcoming events
  September 24: a representative from the City of Scottsdale will present. Probably about City Planning.
    October 22: Curtis Ekmark will give us our annual litigation update. (Try to attend but try NOT to be in his topics!)
  November 19 - Fair Housing update, including service animals
     
     
 
     
     
         
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