Houston Community Management Services, an Associa company, is pleased to announce the launch of Associa Community Watch, the company's latest value-add service, is available in its Houston area communities.
Associa Community Watch is designed as a safeguard for communities and their residents and will feature eco-friendly, state-of-the-art, highly visible service vehicles ready to provide routine common area inspections, event oversight and covenant review for communities.
"At HCMS, our homeowners' well-being is always top of mind," said LeJean Griffith, Vice President of Houston Community Management Services. "With the addition of Associa Community Watch, we are able to offer efficient and specially tailored services to help ensure that our communities' needs are taken care of. This presence and peace of mind will be unmatched the in Houston area."
The Community Watch vehicles will be outfitted with the latest in mobile and wireless technologies to update community and resident records on site. Additionally, each vehicle will be equipped with real-time, secure access to association records and other vital community information that can be generated on demand to maximize efficiency.
The service can also operate a "good neighbor" program, available for individual owner needs, designed to help those residents in need of assistance. Community Watch can help stranded motorists, including battery jumps, and assist with other routine vehicle maintenance. The drivers will also look out for those four-legged members of an association and have leashes available to help pets in distress.
Another feature that can be available is specially designed radar units which will help maintain road/traffic safety within a neighborhood. The units can track speeds, take supporting pictures, and issue violation letter on behalf of the association. As a commitment to energy efficiency, the vehicles and additional service equipment are partially powered by solar energy.
Associa Community Watch will feature a full menu of services to assist communities and homeowners with their specific needs. The programs are designed to be available both day and night and on call for association patrols, after hours lighting and facility audits, and monitoring of both clubhouse and pool closings.
Community members also have options to arrange for bonded and specially-trained professionals to check in on elderly relatives or other home bound residents, or even run a quick neighborhood errand.
Additionally, service features can be added to allow for the vehicles to keep an eye on the home of a vacationing family and report any suspicious activity. Community Watch can also oversee vacant homes.
All Community Watch vehicles will be emblazoned with the Associa Supports Kids (ASK) seal and contain information about the program. The ASK program educates parents and children about safety and sponsors youth sports activities to help kids stay active. As part of the ASK program, the vehicles can provide parents and children with important safety tips for in and around the home. For more information, visit www.AssociaSupportsKids.org.
For more information on Community Watch and its menu of services, please call 1-855-MY-ASSOCIA (1-855-692-7762) or visit with your nearest Associa management affiliate. Complete information on Associa Community Watch, can be found at the official website: www.AssociaWatch.com.
Houston Community Management Services, AAMC, provides community association management and developer services to Houston area. Since 1979, its sole focus has been to deliver performance that enriches communities and enhances the lives of the people it serves. To learn more, visit www.houcomm.com or find them on Facebook by visiting www.Facebook.com/HouComm.
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