Call for Nominations to the Homeowner Representative Board

Hello Neighbors,
The HRB is the University Hills Homeowner Representative Board, a community-elected body of volunteer residents. The HRB advises the Irvine Campus Housing Authority on community matters and advocates on behalf of residents to build community. Each year, four of the HRB’s seven members are elected to serve a one- or two-year term.
Over the past several years, your Homeowner Representative Board has been increasingly active in making University Hills a welcoming and enriching environment. Members have assisted in the negotiation of a group discount for solar panel installation, provided consultation on amenities for new communities being constructed in Uhills, contributed to a traffic and safety improvement plan, consulted on the development of a new community website, and supported efforts to protect our environment by advocating for the use of nontoxic pest control.
Please consider volunteering your time, talent and effort to your community by serving on the HRB. The HRB meets once a month with a minimal amount of subcommittee work associated with service as a board member. Your community will thank you.
All prospective HRB nominees must be residents of University Hills.
At the HRB’s request, interested participants should send a short candidate statement to
andrew.herndon@icha.uci.edu or kim.encinas@icha.uci.edu by Friday, January 31, 2020. The statement should include brief information about yourself and your reasons for volunteering on the HRB. Voting will take place in late February, and those elected will be seated at the March, 2020 HRB meeting.

Answers to FAQs

  • HRB meets from 4pm to 6pm, on the first Tuesday of each month, at the Community Center. Some discussion is conducted by email between meetings.
  • HRB has seven members — six serve staggered two-year terms. The seventh member serves a one-year term.
  • The HRB is supported by the Welcoming & Wellness Committee, Sustainability Committee and Entertainment Committee. For those not interested in an HRB board seat, the HRB welcomes your participation in these committees.
Feel free to email us with any questions you may have.
Thank you,
Hobart Taylor
HRB Chairman

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