Community Roles

If you are interested in taking an active role in how the Cooperative works, many committees work together with the Board of Directors and Management.  It is a great way to get involved in the community as well as meet people throughout Avon Hills.  Many friendships and lifelong bonds are created by becoming actively involved in the decisions that are made for the Cooperative.

The Board of Directors is the governing body of the Avon Hills and makes the final decisions for the Cooperative based on Management and Committee recommendations.  All members at Avon Hills are welcome to run for an open position on the Board of Directors at the annual meeting held every May or join a committee that may be of interest. 

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors (commonly referred to as The Board) is a seven-person group of people elected by the membership and is the governing body of Avon Hills Cooperative.  General meetings are the third Monday of the month and are open to any member of Avon Hills.

Communications Committee

The Communications Committee are members that create the Cooperative monthly Newsletter. *

Finance Committee

The Finance Committee is a group of members who oversee the finances of the Cooperative and advise the Board in financial decisions.

Garden Club

The Garden Club is a group of members who enjoy gardening.  They maintain the Cooperative garden and beautify the common areas of the Cooperative.

Home Improvement Committee

This committee is a group of members that will look at large scale capital improvement projects that affect the Cooperative as a whole.

Orientation Committee

The Orientation Committee will meet with prospective purchasers and will review the policies of the Cooperative.  It is important that prospective purchasers fully understand how a Cooperative works so that they understand what they are purchasing.

Social Events Committee

The Social Events Committee is a group of members who will plan community events and activities throughout the year.

Policy Committee

The Policy Committee is a group of members who write the various regulations of the co-op. The policy committee writes the policies but the Board must approve them before they take effect.


If you would like something to be included in the newsletter, you are welcome to place a request through the office.  If you want to write an article in the newsletter, the maximum size is 300 words (much shorter would be nice). Advertisements can be no more than 30 words long and will be included as space allows.  The deadline for submission of ads and articles will be on the Wednesday immediately following the Board meeting of each month. If you can, send your article by email attachment to otherwise send it to the office.